Diary

A Recommendation On What To Do For Republican Senators Tomorrow

Sen. Dick Durbin, an Illinois Democrat, speaks at a news conference as he visits students of Year Up Chicago, a one-year long job training program that provides low-income young adults, Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, in Chicago. The senator present at a White House immigration meeting says President Donald Trump used vulgar language to describe African countries, saying he "said these hate filled things and he said them repeatedly." (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato)

A Republican Senator should stand in the well of the Senate, and announce that he is in receipt of a letter from a woman in his state, who wishes to remain anonymous, alleging that Senator Dick Durbin molested her 32 years ago.

He should then remind the Democrats that by their own standards, he is under no obligation to substantiate or share this letter with other members of the Senate and that Durbin’s accuser is under no obligation to come forward. All that matters is that Durbin is now accused and he must resign from the Senate.

He should then ask for more letters from women who have similar stories about being molested by Dick Durbin.

Then another Republican Senator should stand, and announce that he has a letter from a woman in his state alleging that {insert male Democrat Senator’s name here} assaulted her 29 years ago.

He should also ask for letters from more women who have been abused by {name}.

Again he should then remind the Democrats that by their own standards, he is under no obligation to substantiate or share this letter with other members of the Senate and that {name}’s accuser is under no obligation to come forward. All that matters is that {name} is now accused and he must resign from the Senate.

Repeat over and over again till at least 5 senior Democrats have been called out.

And to cement everything, the last Senator should do the honorable thing and make an apology to Roy Moore, for not allowing him the opportunity to defend himself and confront his accuser, thereby giving the Democrats and their media friends the idea that making last minute unprovable allegations of sexual misconduct was a viable political tactic.