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ed note–Here’s where things with the whole ‘Hurricane Harvey’ thing get a little bit sticky, no pun intended.

That the recent revelations concerning Sen. Al Frankin’s sexual assault (s) of the past is part and parcel of HH is without question. Had the original news involving Weinstein not hit the fan a month ago, we would not be hearing about this now.

In this case case however, it is more than likely that it was NOT Trump, Inc that originally set the ball rolling with regards to Franken, but rather the other side.

The real target of the whole ‘Frankenstein’ aspect to this is Roy Moore, who is running for a US Senate seat for the state of Alabama, and all can rest assured that were he not running for this Senate seat, we would not all be witnessing all the present noise involving the sexual indiscretions which Trump’s enemies have conjured up against him.

First, let’s talk about Franken. He’s an obnoxious Jew who used to be a macher in Hollywood. He’s a liberal and supports every liberal cause that already exists and even those that haven’t yet been invented. He’s a piece of garbage and definitely represents ‘the swamp’ which Trump, Inc intends to drain.

However,  the one thing that makes him problematic to Judea, Inc and its designs is that he has come out VERY PUBLICLY against Impeachment of the president, citing as his reason for doing so the fact that VP Mike Pence–who would take over as president were Trump impeached and then convicted–is a ‘zealot’.

Franken did not just choose this word, ‘zealot’ because it happened to have a nice ring to it. Certainly, as a Jew, he understands the VERY Judaic connotation associated with this term, as it was the term specifically given to a group of warmongering Judaic religious terrorists in the 1st century AD whose foolish rebellion against Rome brought about the destruction of Judea/Israel in 70 AD.

Therefore, as far as Franken’s role as a cog within the wheel of Judea, Inc’s machinery against Trump and its plans of having him removed, he’s a problem. Remember as well that it is the Senate where the entire Impeachment process takes place.

Therefore, all can assume that suddenly, out of the blue, sexual harassment charges involving Al Franken–which took place years ago and which only received the light of day NOW, were done in the capacity of keeping the momentum against Roy Moore moving forward, a Trump ally, who, if he were to be elected to the Senate, would prove an EXTREMELY problematic element in terms of impeachment.

Remember that just because Hurricane Harvey might have been loosed by Trump as part of his ‘drain the swamp’ strategy against Judea Inc, this does not mean that Judea, Inc would not be willing to engage in the very same tactics and even against one of their own, and anyone who doubts this should revisit the case involving the late Paul Wellstone of Minnesota, the Jewish Senator who came out VERY PUBLICLYagainst the invasion and destruction of Iraq following 9/11, whose time in the US Senate was abruptly cut short by a tragic plane crash and whose seat in the Senate was taken over by–drum role please–Al Franken, who both looked up to and admiredWellstone.


When Donald Trump finally tweeted, after days of silence, about a case of sexual harassment, it wasn’t about the shocking stories of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore and teenage women, but about Minnesota’s Sen. Al Franken.

And while Franken’s conduct is appalling (it came with photographic evidence showing Franken appearing to grope the breasts of a sleeping Leeann Tweeden), the presidential tweet offered a revealing insight into Donald Trump’s own thoughts about women.

“The Al Frankenstien picture is really bad, speaks a thousand words. Where do his hands go in pictures 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 while she sleeps?” wrote Trump, who in an audio recording released during the 2016 campaign bragged to Access Hollywood host Billy Bush that when “you’re a star,” women will let you “grab them by the pussy … you can do anything.”

Moore and Franken are just two of many men in politics and entertainment whose reputations and power have been damaged by sexual misconduct allegations. Franken, a former comedian, is the first in this current wave to have worked in both realms. This is something he has in common with President Trump.
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More than a dozen other women have alleged sexual misconduct against Trump. Among them are pageant contestants, an “Apprentice” hopeful, and several whom he encountered at random. During the election Trump threatened to sue every one of the women who made public claims. However no suits were ever filed. (Similarly Roy Moore has threatened a lawsuit against the Washington Post, which first reported claims against him, but hasn’t followed through.)

One factor that may be inhibiting the President and his lawyers is the massive record of his own statements, which paint a picture of a man that is every bit as disgusting as the Franken-Tweeden photo. It is comprised of the kind of vulgarities people generally avoid and the press, including CNN, would prefer not to publish. But Trump is an insistently vulgar man, and he is now President. These factors make a descent into his gutter unavoidable.

In 1991, Trump said, “You know, it doesn’t really matter what [they] write as long as you’ve got a young and beautiful piece of ass.”

In 1992, according to a New York magazine article, he said of women, “‘You have to treat ’em like s—.”

In 1993 he acknowledged his womanizer image and said, “It’s fortunate I don’t have to run for political office.”
It is too extensive to recapitulate here, but Trump has a long record of calling women gold diggers and rating their appearance, claiming that he is sexually magnetic, and even joking about the attractiveness of his daughter (“If Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her.”)

The culmination of all of this was the “Access Hollywood” audio recording, in which he also described to Billy Bush pursuing a married woman (“I moved on her like a bitch.”), and critiqued her “phony tits.”

Trump’s sordid past is, without doubt, one factor that has kept him quiet during the Moore scandal. But when the latest disturbing story of sexual harassment veered toward a Democrat and a fellow entertainer, he couldn’t resist commenting. Here, we get a peek into his mindset and a character flaw that is every bit as disturbing as his views on women.

As he signaled when he said during last year’s campaign that he could “shoot somebody” and not lose any support, Trump revels in getting away with his ghastly behavior.

This impunity — see how I can misbehave and avoid being accountable! — is an expression of power.

Trump respects it in other men, like Vladimir Putin — and perhaps Roy Moore. Until Thursday, Franken enjoyed the same power but then lost it. In the process, he lost Trump’s respect and became a weakling. This made him an irresistible target for Trump’s twitter attack.

He acted because he is certain he won’t be held accountable and his life experience, which led to the presidency, confirms it.

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