Word has it that he is also working on a Death Star program – these people are not even from the same universe as the rest of us.
As with so many mass shootings before, the fringe right is racing once again to generate some theory — any theory — to cast doubt on the circumstances of last week’s Parkland, Florida, shooting.
After the star pre-emptively denied the claim of wrongdoing, journalist and author Susan Braudy has spoken out about alleged misconduct
Trump sends ‘ugly and suggestive’ tweet about senator Kirsten Gillibrand after she called on him to resign over sexual misconduct allegations
““Lightweight Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, a total flunky for Chuck Schumer and someone who would come to my office ‘begging’ for campaign contributions not so long ago (and would do anything for them), is now in the ring fighting against Trump,” the president tweeted.
Gillibrand – who along with three male Democratic senators has called on Trump to resign over the numerous sexual misconduct accusations against him – responded on Twitter minutes later. “You cannot silence me or the millions of women who have gotten off the sidelines to speak out about the unfitness and shame you have brought to the Oval Office,” the New York senator wrote.
Hours later, Gillibrand told reporters on Capitol Hill that Trump’s post was “a sexist smear attempting to silence my voice. It’s part of the president’s effort at name-calling.”
She added: “I will not be silenced on this issue. Neither will the women who stood up to the president yesterday, and neither will the millions of women who have been marching since the women’s march [in January] to stand up against policies they do not agree with.”
Trump singled out Gillibrand while ignoring the male senators who have also called on him to step down: the Vermont senator Bernie Sanders, the New Jersey senator Cory Booker and the Oregon senator Jeff Merkley.”
In the breast-beating over the fallen of #MeToo, where’s the sympathy for women, who have endured harassment and lived with fear every day?
Another week, and more resignations and firings over sexual harassment – including a truly strange departure from Republican congressman Trent Franks
Events since Weinstein’s unmasking have laid bare how privileged people silence their accusers – and even envy them their victimhood, argues writer and sociologist Anne Karpf
A list of the accusations made against Donald Trump, all of which he has denied