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As best I can tell from W'pedia, Abedin has been a close associate of HilLIARy's since being a WH intern while in college. So, if this assault actually happened, HilLIARy would be a prime suspect, Chuckles second in line, and all but certainly not an R (+/- that double turncoat, Arlen Specter).

Could it have been gropey biden?


--- Quote from: CollectivismMustDie on October 27, 2021, 04:41:24 PM ---Could it have been gropey biden?

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#JoeThePedophile's preferred target profile is typically a lot younger...

Ted Kennedy?

Ralph Wiggum:

--- Quote from: DUmpDiver on October 27, 2021, 05:48:32 PM ---Ted Kennedy?

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Waitress sandwich anyone?

One night three decades ago, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. D-Mass., and his admiring protege Sen. Christopher J. Dodd, D-Conn., reportedly took their dates to a fancy Washington, D.C., restaurant, La Brasserie. Plenty of alcohol had been consumed.

When the meal was coming to an end, the two women accompanying the senators repaired to the ladies' room. A waitress, Carla Gaviglio, was summoned to the private dining room by two members of the world's most deliberative body.

In a lightning strike, Kennedy allegedly picked up Gaviglio and threw her on the table, knocking plates and other items to the floor. He reportedly lifted her up again and put her on top of Dodd, who was seated in a chair. Kennedy then engaged in an attack that continued until another employee entered the room and joined Gaviglio in screaming, causing others to enter the room.

Oh, those high-spirited U.S. senators. They had gone out on the town in our nation's capital and created a new dish, the waitress sandwich. Why does anyone wonder why the victims of such attacks remain silent for so long? The power is all on one side. Few were inclined 30 years ago to call what happened that night an assault. Certainly no one was going to be punished. Instead, it was given a name to turn it into a joke.

Kennedy and Dodd would each be elected to four more terms in the Senate. They would be hailed as champions of liberal causes. Kennedy's informal title became Lion of the Senate. After Kennedy's 2009 death, the taxpayers were put on the hook for $32 million (inserted into a defense funding bill) to help fund the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate in Boston. There's a replica of the U.S. Senate chamber, but none of that private La Brasserie dining room.


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