WATERBURY, CONNECTICUT: Schnei-der-man, Schnei-der-man, does whatever a Schnei-der can. Spins a web, a web of lies. Treats his women, just like flies. Look out (far left hook)! Here comes the Schnei-der-man. Eric Schneiderman, age 63, and the New York Attorney General who vowed to prosecute Harvey Weinstein has stepped down over allegations that he (allegedly) likes to beat up on women.
The Germans call it Schadenfreude. Republicans should forever call it Schneiderman.
Once again, a sanctimonious liberal bully is (allegedly) abusing more than the power of his office. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman follows the example of his bully pulpit predecessor Eliot Spitzer. Both using subpoena powers to try and forcibly implement a liberal political agenda.
Both were on a path to the Presidency.
However, when someone treats people badly, they usually treat all people badly. Neither of them are capable of treating women with respect.
The New Yorker Magazine breaks New York Attorney General story
The New Yorker reports that four women say they were victims of physical abuse by Schneiderman. Their allegations include being slapped, hit and bit, by the New York Democrat, and were then threatened to keep quiet.
According to The New Yorker:
Michelle Manning Barish and Tanya Selvaratnam, have talked to The New Yorker on the record, because they feel that doing so could protect other women. They allege that he repeatedly hit them, often after drinking, frequently in bed and never with their consent. Manning Barish and Selvaratnam categorize the abuse he inflicted on them as “assault.” They did not report their allegations to the police at the time, but both say that they eventually sought medical attention after having been slapped hard across the ear and face, and also choked. Selvaratnam says that Schneiderman warned her he could have her followed and her phones tapped, and both say that he threatened to kill them if they broke up with him.
Now instead of the White House, Schneiderman may be on his way to the Big House. Maybe he can share a cell with fellow New York corruptocrats, Anthony Weiner and Sheldon Silver.
Liberal shock treatment
Liberals are shocked, shocked I tell you, that Schneiderman (allegedly) beat up women.
Normally an accused individual deserves the presumption of innocence. Not something Schneiderman would ever extend to his victims. Meanwhile, liberals will either hide under their desks in denial or blame President Donald Trump for Schneiderman’s violent rage.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo quickly called on Schneiderman to resign, the first step in planning a presidential run. And he did so within three hours of the New York Times release.
Schneiderman was slow-walking the prosecution of the original #MeToo abuser Harvey Weinstein, Hollywood liberals and Mainstream Media will not criticize Schneiderman. Instead they will claim that private citizen Trump having consensual sex with Stormy Daniels is the true barometer of moral behavior.
Crickets from the left
New York Senator Chuck Schumer, who spends his life chasing television cameras, was hiding at an undisclosed location. Junior Senator Kirsten Gillibrand honored former New York Senator Hillary Clinton by consulting with pollsters and focus groups before deciding what she thought and felt.
Liberals will insist that Schneiderman’s behavior has nothing to do with liberalism and that conservatives are also capable of abusing women. Liberalism is about power and control of everything by any means necessary. Whether it is about slapping around women or corporations, force is the order of the day.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman: This is Liberalism
This is Ted Kennedy, Bill Clinton, Eliot Spitzer, and Anthony Weiner. Now it is also Eric Schadenfreudeman.
Although Schneiderman quickly resigned on Monday night, he still may face legal headaches. Subject him to whatever punishments he tried to inflict on his victims political and personal.
Most importantly, Schneiderman’s resignation should not put this matter to bed. #MeToo feminists should demand a pound of political flesh from every New York liberal who knew about Schneiderman’s abuses and covered for him through their silence.