Saturday, January 27, 2018

Walker$ Wretched Wynn Wad of Dirty Money

By Jeff Simpson

 Trump attorney Michael Cohen, who serves as deputy chairman of the RNC's finance committee, told NBC News: "Steve [Wynn] is a truly great man who has been the driving force behind the RNC finance committee."
While the faux outrage of the Wisconsin right wing echo chamber was all up in arms over Actress Chelsea Handler's tweet about Lindsay Graham, they have been predictably silent over the disgusting revelations about Steve Wynn, the finance chairman of Republican National Committee. Apparently, mediatrackers, is not tracking much of the media these days! 

Since the "watchdogs" are neutered whenever it comes to Scott Walker, it is up to us to get answers. 
If Democrats had a Harvey Weinstein problem last fall, Republicans almost certainly have a Steve Wynn problem right now. On Friday, the Las Vegas casino mogul and Republican National Committee finance chair was accused of of decades of sexual misconduct with his employees after the Wall Street Journal interviewed 150 current and former employees. He’s also given millions of dollars to the GOP.
The Journal’s story said that Wynn, who turned 76 on Saturday, allegedly harassed or abused multiple women who worked for him over the years; the paper’s reporters uncovered a $7.5 million settlement Wynn paid to a manicurist he coerced into having intercourse with him in 2005. 
Want to see where we are as a Nation:

RealDonaldTrump liked this tweet:

The Wall Street JournalVerified account @WSJSteve Wynn, one of the most powerful men in Las Vegas, pressured employees to perform sex acts, according to people interviewed by the Journal.
Want to see where we are as a State:
As the DNC so correctly pointed out:
“The RNC and Ronna McDaniel have helped fund the campaign of an alleged child molester, blindly supported the GOP’s attacks on women’s health, supported a President who has been accused of sexual misconduct by over a dozen women,” Sabrina Singh, the DNC’s deputy communications director, said in a statement, “and now they remain silent amid sexual assault allegations involving Steve Wynn, one of their party’s most senior officials.”
Now we can expect complete silence from Scott Walker on the thousands he collected in Las Vegas (PS: notice the date is a Thursday afternoon, not sure that Scott Walker ever actually works in WI). 
However we as his constituents can DEMAND more!  Let's contact the Governor and tell him we expect him to give the dirty Wynn money to a charity that helps abused women. 

I recommend DAIS, but there are many ways to help victims of sexual abuse.   

The first step is to contact the Governor and tell him to give the wretched wynn money back and stand up for women! 
Office of the Governor
PO Box 7863 
Madison, WI 53707
(608) 266 - 1212
Edit Note:  There is a Chelsea Handler/Randy Bryce event coming up, just another thing the local right wing bloggers got completely wrong!    

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