Breaking News: RNC headed by woman with total amnesia

Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel:

During three-decades worth of sexual harassment allegations, Harvey Weinstein lined the pockets of Democrats to the tune of three-quarters of a million dollars. If Democrats and the [Democratic National Committee] truly stand up for women like they say they do, then returning this dirty money should be a no brainer.

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From The Atlantic (January 2017):

Donald Trump is now president and not just a private citizen, but that doesn’t mean he’s free of the controversies that dogged him in his former life.

Last week, a few days before Trump’s inauguration, former Apprentice contestant Summer Zervos sued him in New York state, accusing the president of defamation. Zervos, who’s represented by the famous lawyer Gloria Allred, was one of the several women who accused Trump of sexual assault or misconduct prior to the election. She claims that he kissed her and pressed his genitals against her non-consensually. Trump denied those claims, saying all of the women who had accused him had made their stories up. So Zervos sued him for defamation.


Even before the release of a 2005 video in which he boasted about sexually assaulting women—“Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything,” he said, as well as “I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star they let you do it. You can do anything”—there’s a long line of allegations against Trump. Jill Harth says Trump assaulted her in the 1990s. Trump’s ex-wife Ivana Trump once suggested he had raped her, though she has since recanted her story. Former Miss Utah Temple Taggart said he kissed her on the lips inappropriately. But since the release, more women have come forward. Two told The New York Times that Trump had assaulted them, one saying he tried to put his hand up her skirt on a flight in the 1970s and another saying he forcibly kissed her. A Florida woman says Trump groped her. A former People reporter recounted an alleged assault at his Mar-a-Lago debate, and says he told her, “You know we’re going to have an affair, don’t you?” Several former teen pageant contestants said Trump walked in on them while they were naked or partially dressed.


The Boston Globe’s Matt Viser reports on the mess of the American Dream pageant in 1992. After years of attending beauty pageants—Trump seems to have always enjoyed the company of beautiful, scantily clad women—he decided he wanted to get in on the business himself, meeting with George Houraney and Jill Harth, a couple that ran the American Dream pageant. It was an ill-fated effort. Harth and Houraney alleged that Trump started making passes at her almost immediately. On one occasion, Trump allegedly asked them to bring some models to a party. Harth alleges Trump groped her at the party. In a limo afterward, another model said she heard him say that “all women are bimbos” and most “gold diggers.” Trump reportedly joined another model in bed, uninvited, late at night. On other occasions, he forced Harth into bedrooms and made passes at her, she said. But after the contest, Trump broke off dealings. Harth sued Trump, alleging sexual misbehavior, while the couple together sued him for breach of contract.


While married to Ivana Trump, Donald Trump became angry at her—according to a book by Harry Hurt, over a painful scalp-reduction surgery—and allegedly forcibly had sex with her. Ivana Trump said during a deposition in their divorce case that she “felt violated” and that her husband had raped her. Later, Ivana Trump released a statement saying: “During a deposition given by me in connection with my matrimonial case, I stated that my husband had raped me. [O]n one occasion during 1989, Mr. Trump and I had marital relations in which he behaved very differently toward me than he had during our marriage. As a woman, I felt violated, as the love and tenderness, which he normally exhibited towards me, was absent. I referred to this as a ‘rape,’ but I do not want my words to be interpreted in a literal or criminal sense.”




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8 responses to “Breaking News: RNC headed by woman with total amnesia

  1. Probably says and does all the imbecilic things now because he can’t let out his inner inappropriate sexual inclinations. Just joking here or maybe not but who knows other than the fact that something is very wrong in his upper story and this is not fake news.

    I remain mystified about how Model T got elected. Are morals so lax now that people don’t give a wit about morality, honesty and integrity?

    • I remain mystified about how Model T got elected.

      1. Minority vote suppression by Republican state governments
      2. Russian interference
      3. The $#!%@*% Electoral College — remember he actually lost by three million votes

      We’ve had immoral politicians and show-biz people before, but usually it wasn’t public knowledge and the hypocrisy wasn’t as brazen as it is now.

      Several Democrats, by the way, are indeed giving away money they got from Weinstein to charity, especially charities that help women victims of violence and abuse. The day Republicans follow suit with money associated with Trump will be the day Satan starts commuting to work on a snowmobile.

      • I agree with you again but many minorities did not vote because I did my own un-official poll of non-whites that I came across. My sis’s nursing home, the bank, grocery store, Walmart, friends. Quite a few white women that I know also did not vote. The reason: laziness, acceptance that is was status quo, didn’t want a woman for president and Clinton was a liar. No joke. People were/are not intelligent enough to discern who really was the lying candidate. I feel that minorities and white women gave the edge to Trump but I am not denying also your 3 valid reasons. I call it a “trumped up” election. I watched 60 minutes and saw the interview with the computer guy who denied that he had used bots and trolls on the Internet to help Trump’s election. Just out of curiosity I read all the comments from so called real people and it was always many thousands who said negative things about Clinton. And it is still going on especially on Yahoo posts/articles and the so called commenters continue to call it fake news and also criticize the writer for being biased and a liberal. I think we have been had and I don’t see a way out of it. Folks are becoming numb to politics and have the attitude of “what ever will be, will be.”

      • 1. Agree
        2. Agree
        3. Agree
        4. A lot of voters are stuck in the 19th century and don’t think womenfolk should ever be President.

        I think the Dems should give the Weinstein donations to charity, but do that quietly, so when the Rethugs want to make a big deal over them, Dems will have a counterpunch–Gave those donations to charity a while ago. Take the donations of Twitler’s money (well, his charity’s money, since we know he doesn’t spend his own money) that he gave to Dems over the years, and donate them to women’s charities as loudly and publicly as possible. Ooooh! They can donate them to Planned Parenthood! 😆

  2. Mike

    She’s the Uncle Tom of women. Her and Kanye should get together. Both are ignorant soulless traitors who worship a racist pedophile. Republicans today really are the spawns of satan.

    • Hi Mike,

      Welcome to The Raisin!

      Any women, especially one in the national public eye, who accepts changing her name to please some insecure tiny-handed man does not deserve her position. Of course, once ROMNEY Daniels accepted and promoted Twitler after he bragged about grabbing women without their consent, she should have been forced off the national stage as a service to little girls everywhere.

      Thanks for stopping by. VOTE!!!!