Democrats prove yet again that they will do anything to bury the truth. Keith Ellison’s accuser is speaking out against her party who she says smeared, shamed and isolated her. Her crime? Coming forward against one of ‘their own’.
Karen Monahan came forward against Democrat Rep. Keith Ellison (Minnesota) with abuse alligations. Armed with what she says is a mountain of evidence to back her claim you would think her fellow Democrats would support her bravery, but no.
Instead, Mrs. Monhan pretty much says they tried to discredit and shame her. All this, while the left has chosen to side with the Supreme Court justice nominee, Brett Kavanaugh’s, accuser, Christine Ford.
Monahan on Monday tweeted that Democrats have not stood by her, according to The Hill.
“I’ve been smeared, threatened, isolated from my own party,” Monahan tweeted. “I provided medical records from 2017, stating on two different Dr. Visits, I told them about the abuse and who did it. My therapist released records stating I have been dealing and healing from the abuse.”
— Karen Monahan (@KarenMonahan01) September 17, 2018
“Four people, including my supervisor at the time, stated that I came to them after and shared the exact story I shared publicly, I shared multiple text between me and Keith, where I discuss the abuse with him and much more,” she wrote. “As I said before, I knew I wouldn’t be believed.”
She wrote that coming forward was a “huge piece of my healing.” Monahan in the tweets tagged the Democratic National Committee and the Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party.
This is a woman who told her physician about the abuse in 2012. She even produced the doctor’s report as evidence and brought it forth as proof just to show consistency in her prior accounts of the situation. Crickets from the media.
New polling out of Minnesota sheds some light about how voters feel about Democratic congressman Keith Ellison. According to The Minnesota Star Tribune and Minnesota Public Radio News, a poll of 800 likely voters have Ellison leading against Republican candidate Doug Wardlow in the state race for attorney general 41-36.
When asked, “Do you believe her allegation, or not?” 21% of voters say they believe her while 22% say they don’t. 57% of likely voters say they aren’t sure. But when that question is broken down by party, the numbers take sharp turns. 42% of Republicans say they believe Monahan while 15% don’t and 43% aren’t sure. Among Democrats, only 5% believe his accuser while 30% dismiss the allegation.
The allegations against Ellison are much more recent and include much, much more contemporaneous evidence that the 36-year-old claim about Brett Kavanaugh
Mrs. Ford, who has offered zero evidence to her decades-old claim. How is someone who, never came forward until, conveniently, after the announcement of Kavanaugh’s nomination, be more credible? I wonder why?
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