In what must be a reassuring to Alabamians, Doug Jones has decided to split ways with Democratic Party leaders in calling for President Trump’s resignation regarding allegations of sexual harassment.
In an interview on Saturday with CNN’s Jake Tapper, Doug Jones made clear that the American voters cast their ballot for Donald J. Trump, regardless of the allegations.
Jake Tapper asks Doug Jones the following:
“In the wake of Al Franken’s resignation some of your democratic colleagues have been calling for President Trump to resign because of the allegations against him, including Senator Corey Booker, Democrat of New Jersey, who recently campaigned for you in Alabama. Do you agree with Senator Booker that President Trump should resign over these allegations?”
Doug Jones responds:
“You know Jake, where I am on that right now is… those allegations were made before the election. So people had an opportunity to judge before that election. I think we need to move on and not get distracted by those issues. Let’s get on with real issues that are facing people of this country right now. And I don’t think the President ought to resign at this point. We’ll see how things go. But certainly those allegations are not new and he was elected with those allegations front and center.”
Americans voted for Donald Trump knowing full-well the allegations leveled against him however, voters were unaware that liberal-progressive activist and high profile attorney Lisa Bloom aggressively sought cash payments for those allegations to be made public. Lisa Bloom coordinated donors to pay-off the mortgage of one accuser coupled with commissioning a Go Fund Me page in what appears to be incentive to level public accusations of misconduct against then candidate Donald Trump. The same accusers have started to resurface in the face of the numerous public accusations of sexual misconduct that have swept the nation.
In recent weeks, congressional democrats have been bucking their senators and house members that stand accused of sexual misconduct in a coordinated effort to pressure President Trump to follow suit and resign. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) took her efforts a step further in that she publicly stated former President Bill Clinton should have been impeached or resigned over his sexual misconduct allegations, which is the exact opposite of the position she took at the time of the allegations. Both a convenient and expedient change of heart.
As Democrat politicians show their true colors and forgo due process, they reveal their true intent of regaining power at any cost. Democrats are showing the American people that they are willing to completely disregard the Constitution in their pursuit of overturning the results of a fair and democratic election. Even if that pursuit entails pressuring what might turn out to be a falsely-accused Democrat senators or house members to resign their seat.