Two Anti-Kavanaugh Dem Senators Took Money From Admitted Wife Beater

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The phony and totally selective outrage from the left over darn near everything is infuriating.

This, their absolute hypocrisy is why the Democrats have fallen out of favor in America and why the blue wave is not guaranteed.

When it comes down to it – people hate hypocrites and the left is simply too blatant about their do as I say not as I do attitude.

As reported by Fox News:

U.S. Sen. Mazie Hirono, who told men to “just shut up and step up” in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, might have some explaining to do about her campaign cash.

Data show that Hawaii’s Hirono has taken money from a fellow Democrat who has admitted hitting his wife.

U.S. Sen. Tom Carper’s First State PAC donated $1,000 to Hirono’s political campaign in June, despite the Delaware lawmaker’s confession of abuse.

Also receiving donations from Carper’s group was U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which will decide if Kavanaugh is appointed to the nation’s highest court. Feinstein has received $5,000 from the PAC so far in 2018.

Other Democrats benefitting from Carper’s PAC include U.S. Sens. Jon Tester of Montana, Bill Nelson of Florida and Joe Manchin of West Virginia, who’ve received $10,000 each from the PAC this year.

Carper admitted hitting his wife — an allegation he pushed back against after it was first reported during his 1982 run for U.S. Congress — in a 1998 interview with a local journalist Celia Cohen who published a book “Only in Delaware” that is sold by the state of Delaware on its official website, the Washington Free Beacon reported.

“Did I slap my wife 20 years ago? Yes,” Carper admitted in the interview for the book. “Do I regret it? Yes. Would I do it again? No.”

The journalist wrote that that Carper “would not speak of the allegations, even when they were repackaged and resurfaced 14 years later while he was running for a second term as governor,” but during the interview for the book “he dealt with them straightforwardly.”

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