Pro-abortion Senator Al Franken of Minnesota will announce tomorrow if he will resign after admitting sexual harassment in multiple instances.
Franken is one of a number of politicians who have been accused of sexual harassment but he has already admitted his guilt by issuing an apology to those women who he sexually harassed. Now the only question is whether he will heed calls by Republicans and even some Democrat politicians to resign his position as United States Senator.
If Franken plans on resigning some Republicans wonder why he is waiting until tomorrow to make the announcement. And if he is not resigning then why schedule an announcement tomorrow?
Earlier Wednesday, a former congressional aide accused the comedian-turned-lawmaker of sexually harassing and trying to assault her. The unnamed woman is the seventh person to come forward with these types of allegations against the senator.
By mid-Wednesday, female senators began calling for Franken’s immediate resignation. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., was the first lawmaker to demand he leave office.
Other women, including Sens. Mazie Hirono of Hawaii, Claire McCaskill of Missouri, Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire, Patty Murray of Washington, Kamala Harris of California, Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin, and Debbie Stabenow of Michigan, joined her calls shortly after.
Ironically, the Planned Parenthood abortion business, which asserts itself as the leading organization representing women, absolutely loves Al Franken. Planned Parenthood abortion company CEO Cecile Richards heaped Praise on Franken previously saying that not only would you vote for women’s interest but he was a leader for women.
“I’m so happy to be in Minnesota today on behalf of Sen. Al Franken today and to make sure he goes back to the United States Senate,” Richards says in a campaign video. “Since Al Franken came to Washington, DC, he’s been an extraordinary champion for women and for Planned Parenthood.”
“Al Franken is not just a vote for women, he’s a leader for women,” the abortion giant’s president said.
Following his re-election, Richards said in a statement: “Senator Al Franken has been a strong supporter and advocate for women’s health and women’s rights. We look forward to working with him on important issues, such as health care reform and women’s access to reproductive health care.”
Franken raised more than $81,500 from feminist abortion rights groups for his Senate campaign, “making him the highest recipient of such cash of any congressional candidate.”
Planned Parenthood profusely thanked Franken during a rally he appeared at jointly with the abortion giant.
It should come as no shock that the abortion company that has covered up statutory rape, that has been found to be doing abortions on women victimized by sex trafficking, and that routinely kills and injures women and abortions Love’s a politician who Smiles as he gropes women.
Planned Parenthood calling itself a pro-woman organization or a group that cares about women’s rights is becoming more and more of a joke. Anyone who still believes the Planned Parenthood abortion business is all about women needs to realize that’s just a farce.