Imagine being an educated, self-empowered college student who was taught by the #MeToo Movement that it’s not okay for powerful men to treat women like sexual playthings. But now imagine it’s an election year, and your sexual predator happens to be running for the U.S. Senate, so the liberal media avoids the story as though it were a more-deadly form of Coronavirus.
The national mainstream media and the liberal statewide legacy press (outlets like the Billings Gazette, the Missoulian, the Helena Independent Record, the Bozeman Chronicle, etc) are ignoring the pleas for help from a young woman who claims that Governor Steve Bullock abused his power in an untoward sexual advance on the student who’s less than half his age.
This isn’t the first time Bullock has been accused of harassing or mistreating female colleagues or co-workers, and it’s not the first time he’s allegedly set eyes on a woman not his wife.
Governor Steve Bullock has a long, torrid history of mistreating women. From flying around his alleged mistress on the state’s plane to music concerts, to dismissing his Lt. Governor for being an assertive woman, to ignoring elected female colleagues, to covering up sex abuse in his office, to recently having a press secretary who said women should ‘enjoy being raped,‘ the U.S. Senate candidate is clearly not cut out to lead in the #MeToo era.
The woman, whose testimony timeline matches up to prove she was at the time and place with Bullock previously reported, claims that the media has ignored her story. She also testifies in emails obtained by the Montana Gazette that Bullock’s campaign reached out with promises of extreme retribution and “payback” if she continued to tell her story.
This isn’t the first time Bullock has proven himself unable to keep his hands away from women. According the the Resurgent…
“McLean and several staff members joined Bullock one evening at Lindey’s Steakhouse in Seeley Lake, Montana, about a hundred miles west of Helena. They later left Lindey’s – all except Bullock and a female state official. Shortly after leaving, McLean realized she had forgotten to pay for her drinks. She returned to Lindey’s and, upon entering, observed Bullock groping the female state official, who was seated on his lap…McLean confronted Bullock in December 2014 about the impropriety of what she saw. Bullock told her to pound sand.”
If Steve Bullock is elected to the U.S. Senate, there is a strong possibility his long history of mistreating women will catch up to him, and will face possible censure by the U.S. Senate or their refusal to seat him as a colleague (this provision is provided under Article 1, Section 5 of the U.S. Constitution).