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Thursday, November 30, 2017

Democratic congresswoman walked out of meeting on sexual harassment

Rep. Kathleen Rice, the New York Democrat, walked out of the House Democratic Caucus meeting on Wednesday morning before it concluded, citing frustration with her colleagues' inability to take a harder stance on sexual-harassment allegations against Rep. John Conyers, the Michigan Democrat.

According to The Washington Post's Dave Weigel, Rice abruptly left the meeting, telling reporters outside, "I don't have time for meetings that aren't real."

Rice had previously called on Conyers to resign, becoming the first of just two Democrats to demand such action.

On Tuesday, Rep. Pramila Jayapal, of Washington, said in a statement that Conyers should step down from his five-decade career in the House.



Anonymous said...

She cant possibly be surprised the way they are acting.

Anonymous said...

Almost nothing is ever done to penalize these creeps. It's just an exercise in time wasting.

Anonymous said...

"Only men can harass!"
"Rules don't apply to dumbocrats - I don't have to take the mandatory training!"