The Party That Claims To “Protect Women” Pattern Continues: LA DA Won’t Prosecute Michael Avenatti
See if you can spot the pattern.
If only the case of former New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who was accused of choking women, had been investigated as thoroughly as the bizarre lies and claims about Brett Kavanaugh’s high school years.
The investigation was conducted by Nassau County DA Madeline Singas, who was appointed by Governor Andrew Cuomo, New York’s current Dem.
Like Keith Ellison, Schneiderman is getting a pass from his own political faction which claims to fight for women, when it isn’t choking them.
To recap, a lefty Democrat who beat and choked women a few years ago is immune. But Republicans have to answer for allegations from high school.
“Donald Trump represents a historic threat to women everywhere,” Phil Murphy had declared.
Murphy was running for governor of New Jersey against a Republican woman. And he had decided to fully back the Women’s March, a rally of radical leftists led by Farrakhan supporters, one of whom, Linda Sarsour, had been accused of covering up sexual abuse and harassment in her old workplace.
“Women aren’t afraid to fight back — and neither am I,” bragged the leftist Democrat. “I’ll fight to stop sexual harassment and assault.”
3 months later, Al Alvarez, a top Murphy aide, originally in charge of Muslim and Latino outreach, allegedly tried to rape one of the feminist candidate’s campaign volunteers.
The Los Angeles district attorney declined to prosecute attorney Michael Avenatti on felony domestic abuse charges on Wednesday and referred allegations that he roughed up his girlfriend to the city attorney for a possible misdemeanor case.
Avenatti, 47, was arrested on suspicion of felony domestic violence last week after his girlfriend told police he abused her at his Los Angeles apartment following an argument.
This is the party that protects women.
Article posted with permission from Daniel Greenfield