Ever since I termed out of the
Montana House, I suffer a recurring dream where I am
chairing House Judiciary and during a brief recess,
I discover I am not wearing pants.
Sometimes my nightmare graciously allows me
to sneak out of Room 137 unnoticed, but usually
Montanans gathering to speak to the committee suffer
shock and awe at my social faux pas.
I hate those dreams.
Contrary to my subconscious,
apparently D.C. politicians and mega-donors are not
embarrassed by personal public nakedness.
I suspect they are fully clothed in their
nightmares and are conducting business with manners
fitting and proper to mixed company.
topic is timely because common to several of the
sexual assault charges against mega-donor, Harvey
Weinstein, was his stepping naked from a motel
shower in the presence of a young, struggling
Harvey Weinstein is not an attractive man, certainly
no Al Franken, John Conyers or Matt Lauer.
For this to happen more than once suggests
his bath time bait-and-switch must have worked in
How is that possible?
A few days back, I stepped from the shower to
towel off in our adjoining weight room.
It is a small room made to appear larger by
three full-length mirrors; a home decor trick
promoted by Rudy Shui, Feng’s less astute younger
I studied my dripping carcass, dumbfounded how any
lady could find a naked man attractive.
Progressive pundits have proven $5K beaver
blankets, flashy dog collars and blenders are
unnecessary frills in the art of seduction if you
just show up naked, which brings me to my point.
You are being prepped to believe
sexual harassment is epidemic.
Certainly, there are evil predators lurking
in the shadows, but not at the level being
Watch for this:
After citizens accept sexual harassment as a
greater threat than Kim Jong Un juggling plutonium,
propagandists at the Fake News Network will focus
your attention on President Trump.
Media activists will endlessly loop the
decade old video clip capturing his locker room
banter where he claimed it is proper to grab ladies
by their privates.
It is not, and he was wrong.
This will be instantly followed by an endless
parade of coached victims accusing President Trump
of sexual harassment.
Should midterm elections shift congressional
control to the progressives, President Trump will be
removed from office, thereby reclaiming the swamp.
That is the naked truth.