Al Franken has to go. Senator Cornyn as well. Matt Lauer? Good riddance. Roy Moore, may not be as pure as the wind driven snow, but SO WHAT? I personally have stopped caring and I'm going full Alinsky on the left.
Let's get one thing straight, sexual harassment is a bad thing. No one in their right mind will dispute that. But the left has for decades deliberately applied double standards (Alinsky-style) to conservatives and the right has been suckered by it no matter which side of the aisle the issue occurred. Now that the left is awakening to their own duplicitous evilness, we're supposed to stand up alongside them and arm in arm agree with everything they want to do now?
How well has that worked in the past for conservatives? Instead of arranging a circular firing squad we should stand back and let them implode and apply double standards ourselves.
Dinesh D'Souza explains my thinking more eloquently. Not that I couldn't do it myself given time to prepare it.
Ben Shaprio, brilliant as he is, fell prey to the old Democrat trick that has had a great track record for them in the past. Dinesh D'Souza isn't falling prey to the double standard. And he might have some solid ground behind him.
To sum up - push back, hard. And when they don't push back on the left when arguing among themselves, push forward, harder.