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Time Magazine Stands With Accusers in Person of The Year Move

There is a cultural revolution occurring in America today that cannot, and should not, be ignored.

We are talking, of course, about the massive uptick in exposure of powerful men and women who have been acting sexually inappropriate within their respective workplaces.

These aren’t your ordinary, run of the mill harassment claims, either.  What 2017 has brought us is a revolution of sorts in which Americans are standing up to some of the most powerful men and women in this country and demanding to be treated with the respect inherent with conservative American values.  No longer are the Harvey Weinsteins and Al Frankens of the world going to be allowed to grope their way through underlings and potential colleagues.

Sexual predators such as John Conyers and Matt Lauer will no longer be tolerated for their disgusting and lewd behavior in the workplace either, with both men falling from grace in record time over the last two weeks.

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Given this massive return to traditional, golden rule heavy, “all Americans are created equal” beliefs, it comes as no surprise that Time Magazine would choose these victims as their “person” of the year.

“It has created a wave of awareness and brave confrontations over sexual harassment and assault, taking down powerful men in the process. And now the #MeToo movement has been named Time magazine’s Person of the Year for 2017.

“On its cover, Time called the people behind the movement ‘The Silence Breakers.’ Its story features women and men who have spoken out — including activist Tarana Burke, who started the hashtag 10 years ago.

“‘The reckoning appears to have sprung up overnight. But it has actually been simmering for years, decades, centuries,’ Time’s Stephanie Zacharek, Eliana Dockterman and Haley Sweetland Edwards write. ‘Women have had it with bosses and coworkers who not only cross boundaries but don’t even seem to know that boundaries exist.'”

With the overwhelming majority of these high profile cases occurring in and around the democratic party and the liberal looney bin, it will be no surprise if these allegations continue to surface well into 2018 and beyond.

Franken, who was photographed groping female journalist Leann Tweeden years ago, will likely announce his resignation tomorrow at a planned press conference, following fellow democrat John Conyers into obscurity.  This comes just weeks after Harvey Weinstein, an incredibly active democratic donor, fell out of favor when the “open secret” of his predation finally making it to the mainstream.

Earlier today, liberal actress Lena Dunham admitted that Hillary Clinton’s campaign was personally warned about fundraising with the Hollywood mogul due to the rape accusations forthcoming, but declined to sever ties.

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