Well, it looks like we have another Democrat in the House that was not taught to keep his hands to himself and has been accused of sexual assault.
It would appear as though things have not changed over the past 50 years in the Congress. I’m sure everyone knows by now that the longest serving member of the House, John Conyers, who has been in Congress for 51 years now and in recent years has enjoyed the benefit of the people’s tax money to pay off any woman that complains of him forcing his sexual perversions on them. Now we have the newest member serving in the Congress accused of putting his hands where they did not belong.
The Democratic freshman from Nevada, 37-year-old Ruben Kihuen who was just elected in 2016, has been accused of pawing his 25-year-old campaign finance director during his Congressional Campaign.
The reports are that in addition to pawing her thighs on two separate occasions, he had asked her out on dates and propositioned her for sex.
Congressman Kihuen was a single man at the time, but there are a few basic principles a real man should adhere to and never waiver from that he was apparently never taught.
I’m going to spell a few of these principles out for the benefit of anyone that may not be familiar with them, though I suspect most of my readers know them well.
Rule Number One: Never get involved with a subordinate if you are in a management position. It should not matter what the subordinates age is, nor should it matter if they are the one that makes the advance on you… We have a no fraternization policy in the Marine Corps and if this rule is adhered too, the likelihood that you will ever be accused of something inappropriate. To this day I still get furious thinking of the common defense the libtards made to excuse President Clinton… What he does in his personal life is no one’s business… I.e., we should not be concerned with who he sleeps with.
Rule Number Two: Men and women flirt, its been going on since the beginning of time… There is nothing at all wrong with asking an equal colleague out, so long as you take no for an answer and do not pester them constantly. What is not OK though is putting your hands on a woman without a clear invitation. If the only way you can get close to a woman that interest you is to sneak up on them and grab a feel before they know you are there, you’re doing something wrong.
If a man just sticks to those two principles alone no one will ever have a legitimate complaint against them… Subordinates are off limits and keep your hands to yourself… That should not be difficult for any man to remember and live by… There is another rule I have heard and it’s one that really makes a lot of sense… I’ll share that with you then get off of the rules.
Rule Number Three: Don’t shop for your meat where you make your bread… I’ve heard that a few different ways over the years, but that should get the point across. LOL
Getting back to the new face in Congress, unlike with Congressman Conyers and Senator Franken, the libtards in the House wasted no time releasing statements calling for the Freshman to step down. Even the senior libtard from the Nevada State Senate sent out a Tweet calling for him to resign.
My statement on the sexual harassment allegations against Rep. Ruben Kihuen: pic.twitter.com/MEXk82gQov
— Sen. Aaron D. Ford (@AaronDFordNV) December 1, 2017
I guess when you are as young as he is and unaware of where all the skeletons are buried, those who have been getting away with decades of corruption are not as hesitant to toss a young Congressman under the bus.
To be fair though I also think at this point we need to start taking a closer look at some of the allegations. Not all allegations are true, we know this to be fact based on history and with libtards getting canned so fast now, it would not surprise me at all that some young immature girl that may have been rejected or hurt in the past by someone now serving in a high profile position would seek some payback.
I think it is only fair that we pause a minute to verify an accusation before destroying a life. Most of those that are going down right now are people that have had well known reputations that people have been wrongfully ignoring, or even protecting the guilty and in my mind they are guilty too. I love how they use the term “well known secret.”
There is a legal term for managers and supervisors that have knowledge of such “well known secrets” on the job… Vicarious Liability… If you are a manager or supervisor and not familiar with that term, you should look it up if you are keeping any “well known” secrets on the job to yourself.
Have you ever been wrongly accused of anything?
Any officer can get by on his sergeants. To be a sergeant you have to know your stuff. I’d rather be an outstanding sergeant than just another officer.
—SgtMaj Daniel Daly 1873-1937