4 ‘Predators’ in Congress that should no longer be allowed to hold office

There are 4 predators in Congress that should no longer be allowed to hold office. The irrefutable charges against them are so serious as to put their fitness to serve the nation into great question. Three of these sexual predators are Democrats and one is a Republican. they are all male. 

If this was a company or various companies that were having these issues, the offenders would have already been gone. Human resources would have perp-marched them to the door and severed all contact with them.

The good thing about many businesses is that they have training for their employees to cut down on these events. Congress, up until now, did not see the need for sexual harassment training. That should change as well.

As Written By Peter Hasson for the Daily Caller:

One Democratic senator, two House Democrats and one House Republican have been accused of sexual harassment or assault and are under pressure to resign.

Rep. John Conyers (D-MI)

Democratic Michigan Rep. John Conyers is accused of consistently sexually harassing his female staffers and demanding sexual favors from them. Conyers secretly settled with one accuser for more than $27,000 in taxpayer funding, in exchange for her silence. The 88-year-old Conyers has denied all wrongdoing. After a public backlash initially for defending Conyers as an “icon,” House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi called on him to resign. As of yet, Conyers has given no indication that he plans to resign.

Rep. Ruben Kihuen (D-NV) 

Democratic Nevada Rep. Ruben Kihuen may not make it through his first term in Congress. Kihuen is accused of sexually harassing his campaign finance director, who quit during the primary after Kihuen allegedly demanded sex from her on multiple occasions and touched her thighs. Pelosi has said that Kihuen should resign, but it remains unclear if he will do so………

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LIST: Congressmen Accused Of Harassment | The Daily Caller

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