Actor James Woods said he understands why Democratic Congressman Keith Ellison, the vice chairman of the DNC, is a vocal proponent of “affordable health care,” and explained in a pithy tweet.
“Thank God health care will be more affordable,” Woods tweeted. “Now when you beat up women, they’ll have better coverage. #KillerKeith.”
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) August 19, 2018
Woods was referencing the shocking accusations of domestic violence lodged against Ellison by two former girlfriends.
On August 12, BizPac Review broke the news that Ellison’s ex-girlfriend, Karen Monahan, said he physically and verbally abused her during their relationship. She also said she had video proof that he violently dragged her off their bed.
Karen’s son, Austin Monahan, revealed in an emotional Facebook post that Ellison had assaulted, harassed, and threatened his mom throughout their relationship.
Austin revealed, “I found over 100 text and Twitter messages and video almost 2 min long that showed Keith Ellison dragging my mama off the bed by her feet, screaming and calling her a “f*cking b*tch” and telling her to get the f*ck out of his house.”
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) August 12, 2018
Two days later, 911 call records from a second former Ellison girlfriend, Amy Alexander, were uncovered. Like Monahan, Alexander said Ellison physically and verbally abused her also during their relationship.
911 call records uncovered from Keith Ellison’s second alleged victim of domestic abuse Conservative News Today https://t.co/nDbynqNvTP
— Jack Furnari (@JackBPR) August 14, 2018
Keith Ellison, who’s currently running for Minnesota attorney general, has denied the allegations.
In a recent interview, Karen Monahan stood by her accusations and said she refuses to be victim-shamed by Ellison or anyone else.
“I have healed,” Monahan told CBS News. “I didn’t choose for you [Keith] to drag me off the bed and call me a b*tch.”
When asked why she is speaking out now, Monahan replied: “I followed my gut, the gut that I kept trying to push down.”
It is now two weeks since the accusations first surfaced. The DNC has still not condemned the alleged domestic abuse, or provided any updates on the accusations against its vice chairman Keith Ellison, the first Muslim elected to the United States Congress.
Fortunately for Ellison, the liberal media have his back.
.@CNN covered domestic abuse allegations against former Trump aide Rob Porter more than 24 times as much as they covered abuse allegations against DNC deputy chair Keith Ellison ~ via @DailyCaller pic.twitter.com/XiqYHoD7Ls
— S♥a♥r♥a♥h♥ ♥R♥e♥y♥n♥o♥l♥d♥s (@Sarah__Reynolds) August 17, 2018
But patriotic Americans have President Trump’s back.
— Randy Richardson (@kingrandy78) August 26, 2018
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