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Sex Allegations

Ballot creation date: 11/14/2017

Facts


Fact: There has been much media time spent on allegations of sexually instigated misconduct by Government holders of high Office in Washington DC. Fact: These allegations have nearly all consisted of misconduct by males against females and adolescents, except for the Clintons, who attempted to turn it around with media innuendo, such as allegations against President Clinton being merely a “Bimbo Eruption”, or, “You can’t tell what you’re going to get by dragging a hundred dollar bill through a trailer park.“. Fact: None of these allegations referenced an associated death of a victim by persons in High Office, except for Senator Ted Kennedy, who suffered no applicable punishment therefrom by the death of a female intern while under his inebriated control when driving a motor vehicle, and then afterward joked about it.

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It appears to be a natural tendency for some males with some perception of vital inferiority, to compensate for a resulting loss of self-esteem, by using whatever power of position they might have to take sexual advantage of females. Some do not worry about getting caught. With US Senators and Congressmen, if caught, they can just have their ‘case’ be turned over to a Senate or House Ethics Committee, where the allegation will either be settled with taxpayer money, in the dark, and with no accountability, or fade into nothingness over time through non-interest because it is already “being dealt with” by the self-proclaimed, "Highest Authority on Ethics" in the land, which has little to do with legalities. This MOT Poll Ballot weighs the theft of taxpayer money, without accountability, by the Senate and House Ethics Committees to pay off and make disappear alleged sex-related crimes of their members.

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