• WAR ON WOMEN: Former Democratic Aide Pleads Guilty To Sexually Assaulting Women

    This story won’t be picked up by the corrupt major news networks, but it’s still certainly worth reporting.


    Well, because for years Democrats have poured money, time, and energy into painting the political picture that conservatives and Republicans support policies that hurt women–thus, “The War On Women” campaign.

    However, time and time again it is Democratic Party members who find themselves being the most prevalent perpetuators of “war” crimes against women.

    Here’s just a few examples:

    Former 10-term Congressman and former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner is still serving his three year probation sentence for harassing several women while he was mayor.


    Patrick Moran, the son of Democratic Virginia Rep. Jim Moran, pleaded guilty in December, 2012 to beating up his girlfriend outside a Columbia Heights bar.


    And now, former Democratic congressional aide Donny Ray Williams Jr., pleaded guilty Tuesday to sexually assaulting two women in 2010.

    Donny Ray Williams, Jr. leaves DC Superior Court.

    The Washington Post has more:

    Donny Ray Williams Jr., 37, who served as a staff director for the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs subcommittee, pleaded guilty to third-degree sexual abuse, two misdemeanor counts of sexual abuse and one count of misdemeanor threats.

    Prosecutors say that on July 22, 2010, Williams invited a female congressional colleague to his Capitol Hill apartment and promised to introduce her to Senate employees. At the house, prosecutors said, Williams spiked a drink with Ambien. The woman, according to court documents, fell into a “deep sleep,” at which point Williams raped her.

    A month later, prosecutors said, Williams invited another woman to his home and gave her alcoholic beverages. They said he had sexual contact with her when she was too intoxicated to give her consent.

    Williams was facing 10 counts of sexual assault before prosecutors brought the charges down to two.

    Williams denied the allegations in 2012, saying they were “absolutely and completely false.”

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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