Mark Levin TORCHES the CODE of SILENCE in Congress about sexual assault…

Mark Levin rips into the “code of silence” in Congress over what appears to be a mountain of sexual assault from members of Congress after detailing two incidences involving a French diplomat and Democrat Bob Filner.


Some might say that Levin gets awfully close to victim-blaming here, but he’s got a point – when a victim who has power, like a congresswoman, doesn’t report the sexual assault, it allows predators to go after less powerful persons, who cannot speak out. It really does become a “culture” of sexual harassment, and anyone who looks the other way are participating in it, and are guilty.

And it looks like it’s about to explode and take down a LOT of people….

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