Sen. Al Franken was called out for sexual assault two weeks ago by radio host Leanne Tweeden. He then was hit with another claim of sexual misbehavior by another woman the very next day.

Calls for the Democrat senator to step down and resign have been growing like a wart on a toad by the day. But Franken, ever the funny man, told everyone before Thanksgiving that he was not going to resign, but was going to reflect about his actions over the holiday.

Then he was hit with two more – yes, count ’em – two more allegations that resulted in another apology on Turkey Day.

Franken now believes he can win his voters back after a couple of weeks of hell on earth. He’s still refusing to resign, even after he’s spent years calling out Republicans for being women-hating bigots. This slime knows no shame.

Via Circa: “’I feel terribly that I’ve made some women feel badly and for that I’m sorry, and I want to make sure that never happens again,’ he said in a Thursday statement to The Minnesota Star-Tribune. ‘And let me say again to Minnesotans that I’m sorry for putting them through this and I’m committed to regaining their trust.’”

Just listen to this perverted turkey jabber on: “Franken also explained why he had engaged in physical contact with some women in the past, arguing he is a ‘warm person’ who likes to ‘hug people.’

This is why the country is in such a bad place. Our Congress should not house sexual predators, pedophiles, deviants, or physical abusers as we have seen over the past eyars.

Here’s another tip to you: I am not speaking to one political party, I am speaking to everyone. Allowing these men/women to stay in Congress isn’t right. Americans should show they care more about who is elected than protected, which means individuals like Franken and Rep. Conyers need to be relieved of their seats.

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