Monday, November 27, 2017


Yesterday’s kabuki theater on Meet The Press was one for the ages.  Nancy Pelosi  Palsi called the 88-year-old bag of bones pants dropper, John Conyers (D-MI), an “icon” who has “done a great deal to protect women."
During the interview, Palsi would not say whether Conyers should be removed as the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, but opined he would “do the right thing.”
Conyers is a member of the Congressional Black Congress (CBC).  Palsi, according to an aide “worked behind the scenes with the CBC to lay the groundwork for him to step aside gracefully,” because her interview with Chuck Todd was so catastrophic and she’s scared shitless of the CBC.
She issued a “clean-up” statement to save her zero-tolerance credibility.  The claims against Conyers represent a serious abuse of power.  Having Conyers step down will not take the heat off Democrats because her paw prints are all over the non-disclosure agreements from her time as Speaker of the House.  Someone noted, “The dinosaurs are facing extinction at their own game.”
From Judicial Watch’s Corruption Chronicles:
Conyers’ wife, disgraced Detroit City Councilwoman Monica Conyers, served three years in prison for bribery. Now it’s hubby’s turn to be in the scandal limelight. Affidavits filed by four former employees and scrutinized by reputable news outlets, show an alarming pattern of sexual misconduct by Conyers. 
In the documents the workers say they saw the congressman repeatedly making sexual advances to women on his staff, including touching them inappropriately with leg and back rubs and requesting sexual favors. The woman who received the secret settlement filed a wrongful dismissal complaint in 2014, claiming she was fired for rebuffing the congressman’s repeated sexual advances. In 2015 she was paid $27,000 from Conyers’ taxpayer-funded office budget in exchange for her silence. 
His office would “rehire” the woman as a “temporary employee” despite her being directed not to come into the office or do any actual work, according to the document cited in the news report that broke the scandal last week. A law clerk representing the woman described it as a “designed cover-up.”

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