If they were not so passionate and obsessed with taking out Judge Roy Moore, then Al Franken would not have been in this position unless he kept his hands to himself and actually practiced some good morals like some lefties in the blue states do. I am in agreement with Mark Levin, that this is a last-ditch effort to thwart Justice Roy Moore should he win the Alabama Senate election.
I have had it with these Democrats. They claim they are for women but all they are selling them is Free Love, and these feminists want abortion on demand because they believe that it will be for their own personal gain when it comes to status and career advancement (and their sex life as well). Meanwhile, the men can get their sexual gratification and pressure their partner to murder their unborn child if one was conceived. The population control people from their angle can murder the unborn babies that are not fit to live in our world. You can thank this group of men and women for convincing the women to support abortion aka pre-born baby murder.
If Al Franken was sincere, he would have stepped down as U.S. Senator today, and become a private citizen once again tonight. Your government is full of pimps and whores. Pure and simple. The progressives love Franken as much as they give love to the Clinton’s, and the Obama’s.
These people only seek to win and gain more and more power over us; and with that power, they will abuse us like those who came before them (Nero, Marx, Stalin, Castro, etc etc). People, there is a God and we shall be accountable to him. You will either be governed by him and/or his law (which Roy Moore tends to do) or by people that will only want to take God’s place. Many have tried. Some failed and others ruled for a time until they finally kicked the bucket. Guess who eventually wins kids?
“We all know what’s happening here — the Alabama election is on Tuesday. Roy Moore might win,” Levin said.
“If Roy Moore is elected, you’re going to hear the calls for him to resign immediately, which of course he won’t do. Mitch McConnell has already said he’ll go to the Senate Ethics Committee, but you’re gonna hear demands for [Moore’s] expulsion and his resignation. And Roy Moore is not going to resign if he’s elected; that’s abundantly clear.”
Stephanie Kemplin, who came forward last week with the allegation that Sen. Al Franken (D., Minn.) groped her in 2003, said Thursday that she was “appalled” by Franken’s speech announcing his resignation.
When Franken announced on the Senate floor on Thursday that he would resign, he said some of the accusations levied against him are false and others he remembered “differently.” He also accused other individuals, such as President Donald Trump, of worse offenses. Kemplin, an Army veteran, said Franken’s speech shows he still refuses to own up to his actions.