Monday, the Washington Post disputed Virginia Democratic Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax’s claim to have been exonerated of recent allegations of sexual misconduct by the Jeff Bezos-owned blog.
Fairfax issued a 3:00 AM statement in response to a Big League Politics report of Stanford Fellow Vanessa Tyson’s allegations stemming from a 2004 incident, confirming that the allegations had indeed been levied against him.
In a statement, he said that WaPo had looked into the claims, and found “significant red flags and inconsistencies within the allegation,” and that the paper decided not to run the story for that reason.
But The Washington Post, at least in part, disagrees.
“Fairfax and the woman told different versions of what happened in the hotel room with no one else present,” the paper said. “The Washington Post could not find anyone who could corroborate either version. The Post did not find ‘significant red flags and inconsistencies within the allegations,’ as the Fairfax statement incorrectly said.”
Tyson has not yet spoken publicly about the allegations, despite national news coverage stemming from the original Big League Politics report.
The Post described the allegations they received in late 2017 about the 2004 Democrat National Convention:
The woman described a sexual encounter that began with consensual kissing and ended with a forced act that left her crying and shaken. She said Fairfax guided her to the bed, where they continued kissing, and then at one point she realized she could not move her neck. She said Fairfax used his strength to force her to perform oral sex.
Interestingly, WaPo doesn’t reference the Christine Blasey-Ford’s allegations against Justice Brett Kavanaugh in their rebuttal to Fairfax. The omission is striking given the specific details provided in Tyson’s allegation such as a specific event, time and location, unlike Ford who couldn’t remember what year the alleged assault occurred.
The Post let the accusations against Fairfax die in the darkness.
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Presidential Debates Set to Ignore National Security, Immigration, and Second Amendment
Ignoring the issues important to Americans.
The 2020 presidential debates are now guaranteed to ignore the critical national political topics of immigration and the Second Amendment, with only a passing discussion on national security.
In a remarkably biased favor to the Joe Biden campaign, moderator Kristen Welker de-emphasized foreign policy as a planned topic of the third debate, structuring it around a reliable list of leftist-friendly topics. The planned topics are the pandemic, race relations, climate change, national security & “leadership,” a colored term for Welker castigating the President over what she sees as mean tweets.
SV News has reported that Welker has scrapped foreign policy questions alltogether after the revelation of Hunter Biden’s corrupt dealings involving his father with Burisma.
JUST IN: Presidential Debate Commission ditches foreign policy topic from debate, following Hunter Biden email scandal.
— SV News 🚨 (@SVNewsAlerts) October 19, 2020
The third (de facto second) presidential debate will include yet another segment on “Race in America,” in which a leftist moderator will harangue the President on the existence of supposed “white supremacist” groups and demand the bow to the elitist lie of “white privilege.”
Immigration was entirely ignored during the first presidential debate, and it seems more than likely that it’ll be swept under the rug during this one, unless President Trump goes out of the way to mention his policy accomplishments on the matter. The Second Amendment has been wholly ignored, as well.
Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien penned a letter to what he termed the BDC (Biden Debate Commission) questioning as to why the traditional focus on foreign policy in the third presidential debate was being replaced, at the very moment Hunter Biden’s highly suspicious personal foreign business dealings have been placed under scrutiny.
Our letter to the BDC (Biden Debate Commission) pic.twitter.com/ZsY5JfMbT7
— BillStepien (@BillStepien) October 19, 2020
More than 50% of American citizens describe both these issues as “very important” in recent polling- more so than climate change and “race and ethnic inequality.” Yet, seemingly endless racial conversations have been featured at both presidential debates, and expounded upon at length at both electoral town halls last week.
Joe Biden has promised that he will not deport any illegal aliens, except for those convicted of violent felonies. This would represent a dramatic repudiation of American immigration law in itself, and could lead to truly massive new levels of illegal immigration. This stands to be totally ignored in the debate process.
It’s time to scrap the biased Commission on Presidential Debates. These events should be conducted with one liberal journalist and one conservative journalist, as opposed to corporate news hacks who masquerade as “neutral” while arranging a leisurely walk in the park for the pro-establishment Democrat candidate.
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