So Cory Heidelberger goes after Noem for not holding Trump accountable:
Democratic candidate for U.S. House Rep. Paula Hawks led off last night’s televised debate by revealing that she was a victim of sexual assault by a man in a position of power over her during college. This revelation had no impact on Republican Rep. Kristi Noem’s support for her party’s nominee, sexual predator Donald Trump.
He ends the post with a line straight out of the Moral Majority:
The moral example set by our President matters… to everyone but Kristi Noem. It’s time to end Donald Trump’s political career. It is also time to end Kristi Noem’s.
So with all of the media talk about Trump's immoral behavior, you would think this would also be an issue:
Leslie Millwee, a former reporter for local Arkansas TV station KLMN-TV, has accused former president Bill Clinton of sexually assaulting her three times in 1980, while Clinton was governor of Arkansas, Breitbart News reports.
Millwee told Breitbart she interviewed Clinton about 20 times publicly and also met with him in KLMN-TV's newsroom. She said he groped her and rubbed his genitals on her while they were alone in KLMN-TV's small editing room.
"He came in [to the editing room] behind me, started hunching me to the point that he had an orgasm," she told Breitbart's Aaron Klein. "He’s touching, trying to touch my breasts and I’m just sitting there very stiffly, just waiting for him to leave me alone. And I’m asking him the whole time, 'Please do not do this. Do not touch me. Do not hunch me. I do not want this.' And he finished doing what he was doing and walked out.
I am sure Cory, Hillary, and the Democrats don't want to bring up the positions they took in the 1990's:
Millwee said she considered coming forward in the late 1990s, during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, but she was intimidated after seeing how the media treated other women who accused Clinton of sexual assault.
"I almost came out during the Monica Lewinsky and Kathleen Willey situation," she said. "I watched that unfold a little bit. I was very prepared to go forward then and talk about it, and I watched the ways the Clintons and Hillary slandered those women, harassed them, did unthinkable things to them, and I just did not want to be part of that. I had very small children at the time, I had a job at pharmaceuticals, it was a very conservative situation. I didn’t want to do anything to bring harm to my career and my family."
Millwee said she decided to finally go public now because she believes that the media still has not held Clinton accountable for his alleged sexual assaults. A Breitbart spokeswoman said Millwee reached out to Breitbart on her own "months ago after Hillary's ad that sex assault victims have a right to be heard."
"It seems like a good time to talk about it because I think there’s still no accountability in the media for the behavior of the Clintons," she said. "If it affects the media, affects the election, so be it. I’m sure I’m not the only woman that went through this kind of thing with Bill Clinton.
Yes, there are those who does understand Cory's logic:
After the video of Donald Trump’s comments about grabbing women surfaced, Canadian author Kelly Oxford tweeted and asked women to post their stories of sexual assault. Nearly 10 million women responded.
As a woman, I wanted to add my voice. But I did not participate in Oxford’s thread because it was contextualized as joining the sorority supporting Hillary Clinton’s candidacy for the first female President.
But I will not vote for her. I am not with her. Because I feel betrayed by her.
When news broke that President Bill Clinton had indulged in an “inappropriate relationship” with Monica Lewinsky in the Oval Office, I was stunned.
As Lewinsky’s story unfolded, I felt a slight solidarity: I served both as an intern, and later full-time in the Reagan White House. Similarly in the Clinton White House, Lewinsky began as an intern, before taking a full-time position.
However, what happened next for Lewinsky has been whitewashed in our collective national consciousness. And Hillary is the one who wielded the brush. Many young people have only the vaguest idea who Monica is, and then only because Beyonce turned her name into a verb in her song, “Partition.” This “Beyonce-ification” of the Lewinsky scandal obscures Bill Clinton’s terrible abuse of power, and Hillary’s role in rescuing her husband and rationalizing his abusive behavior.
So, let’s recall for a moment what happened:
Then-President, Bill Clinton initiated a workplace sexual relationship with an intern. When caught, he denied having sexual relations with “that woman.” His technocratic rationale for maintaining his innocence was that he used a cigar as a surrogate.
He was 49, and she was 22. Perhaps the saddest part of this whole sordid episode was Lewinsky’s testimony to Kenneth Starr’s investigators that she thought they had a real relationship.
The essential point is this: A man in arguably the most powerful position in the world used a very young woman, in an entry-level position in his employ, as a sexual plaything.
And when found out, the Clintons cruelly destroyed her - together.
So if Cory's new membership in the Moral Majority is real, then not only should he not vote for Noem, he should also not vote for Hillary. But Cory is a hardcore partisan who determines what is moral and what is not based on what party you happen to belong to. And I have already shown that Cory's agenda is about destroying South Dakota's moral values.