As more barbs are thrown about sexual harassment in both campaigns, more and more people seem to be blaming the women who are being used for political reasons.
By both camps.
Whether you’re a Democrat or a Republican, this should be unacceptable and yet it’s something we’re seeing more and more in social media. So Dana Perino asked …
Remembering why I wanted to quit the hill in '98. Does character matter or not? Blaming women is not ok. No matter whose side starts it.
— Dana Perino (@DanaPerino) October 13, 2016
Far too many people are attacking Clinton’s accusers and Trump’s accusers as they play politics, never once taking into account the lives of the women that may have been ruined.
It’s a sad election.
— Kevin Thiele (@KevinBThiele) October 13, 2016
It seems as we get closer to the election more and more people are forgetting their humanity and most definitely ignoring common decency.
— Bill Bame (@billbame1966) October 14, 2016
Sadly this is true. Both campaigns are using women and their possible assault to pander for votes and both Republicans and Democrats should condemn this behavior.
Of course they won’t but they should.
— michael (@michaeljames86) October 14, 2016
And it sounds like that’s why she quit.
At the time of this writing, just three weeks, four days, 12 hours and 59 minutes until this election is over.