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If we are fairly going to hold all these powerful men responsible for their inappropriate actions toward women we simply cannot allow one of the most prolific abusers to skate free.

Courtesy of Raw Story:

“As a society, we are finally beginning to hold powerful men to account for abusing their positions and influence to harass and abuse women. But this movement for accountability will ring hollow if it doesn’t apply to the most powerful, and public, sexual harasser in America—the president,” Brave New Films founder Robert Greenwald notes in a statement. 

“In the post-Harvey Weinstein (or Roy Moore, Louis C.K., etc.) world we live in, we cannot ignore 16 women who over the course of decades in a broad range of situations encountered the same pattern of manipulation, misogyny, harassment and abuse,” Greenwald adds. 

“We owe it to these women, and to all women, to hold President Trump to account.”

It is way past time that this serial abuser suffers the consequences of his actions.

And if his office makes him untouchable at this time, then he needs to be removed from that office and stripped of the protections currently afforded to him so that he can face justice.

As long as Donald Trump remains in the White House he is a symbol to rapists, pedophiles, and sexual abusers that they do not have to fear being held accountable for their actions.

Update: Here is a timeline of every woman who accused Trump of groping or assaulting them. 



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