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Why we should trust women in politics who pronounce out about passionate misconduct

Personally, we roughly always trust a lady — any lady who accuses a male of passionate bungle or worse.

It’s instinctive. To not, it seems to me, would be intellectually dishonest, generally in a domestic world. Partisan connection has zero to do with passionate predation, either it involves President Trump or Bill Clinton, Roy Moore or Rep. John Conyers Jr.

No domestic celebration has a corner on truth, probity and decency. There are nasty apples in any barrel.

In Sacramento, where domestic pros of a conflicting sex are looking during any other kind of humorous amidst all a nuisance accusations, we trust a womanlike lobbyist who says she was trapped in a Las Vegas hotel lavatory final year by a California authority who masturbated in front of her. She says he kept seeking her to hold his genitals, and she refused. He finally ejaculated into a toilet, she says.

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