The Democratic Party Attacks Scott Brown For Having Been Molested As A Child
No matter how low you think the political Left will sink, your imagination can never quite keep up with how vile they actually turn out to be:
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is circulating a number of clips to reporters suggesting that Sen. Scott Brown’s (R-Mass.) revelations of sexual abuse as a child is either a political stunt or a hypocritical move….
Many have questioned how Brown could let a pedophile run free instead of stopping what could be a serial molester who may now have been at it for upwards of 40 years. Among the “believers” are many who are appalled that a U.S. senator would throw a literary grenade at a respected Christian summer camp and not disclose a name so that Cape officials can pursue the attacker and defend their reputation.
On the other side are alumni and friends of the camp who accuse the senator of fabricating the whole matter for political purposes — or at least to sell more books — leaving Camp Good News with a damaged reputation and no way to refute his accusations.
Neither story line is playing well with readers of CapeCodToday.com. Those who believe Brown’s story feel that his political career cannot survive his sheltering of the molester. Those who feel he fabricated the account feel he should step down from office if he is proven to have lied.
What type of human beings hear that someone was molested as a child and their first thought is, “How can we use this against him politically?” If the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee had any ethics, honor, or human decency, this line of attack would lead to the political hacks responsible for it being fired.
You just have to wonder: Is there some point where a person who works for the Democratic Party says, “What the hell is wrong with us? We’re actually trying to exploit the fact that someone was molested as a child. How much lower can you possibly get?”
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