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Tue Feb 5, 2019, 10:55 AM

If an elected official is accused, without corroboration, of committing sexual assault 15 years ago, [View all]

and he denies it uncategorically, would you insist that he shouldn't step down from his office and remove the possibility he'll become the next governor because: 1) the accusation was first made public by right-wing ratf*ckers; 2) there's no proof that an assault ever occurred; 3) even if an assault took place, there's no evidence he ever assaulted any women before or since; 4) he has consistently supported women's rights throughout his political career; and 5) if he steps down, a Republican could become governor?

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