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The Staggering Hypocrisy Of The Republican Party


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It's practically as if Republican politicians aren't suggesting in great belief … Cenk Uygur, hosts of The Young Turks, breaks it down. Tell us what you assume in the remark section below.

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" When allegations of sexual harassment wased initially made versus Hollywood manufacturer (and also respected Autonomous fundraiser) Harvey Weinstein last loss, the reaction from the GOP came fast and also furious. Leading Republican officials right away demanded that the DNC return Weinstein's contributions.

Ronna McDaniel
✔ @GOPChairwoman.
Throughout three-decades worth of sexual harassment accusations, Weinstein lined Democrat pockets with countless dollars.
Ronna McDaniel.
✔ @GOPChairwoman.
If the DNC really stands up for ladies like they claim they do, then returning Weinstein's unclean loan ought to be a no-brainer.
1:16 PM – Oct 6, 2017.

Yet the GOP is singing a very different tune after claims of sexual harassment and attack, first reported by the Wall surface Road Journal, against Steve Wynn, a gambling enterprise tycoon as well as the finance chair of the RNC." *.

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  1. Posted by Jh Kj, at Reply

    “Ronald McDonald” 😂 😂 😂

    • Posted by Elite 1984, at Reply

      You beat me to the punch. 😀 😛 😀 😛

    • Posted by John Oprey, at Reply

      Jh Kj
      I’m lovin it

    • Posted by averat84, at Reply

      In the spirit of conversation, I think Ronald McFondle is a greater fit!

    • Posted by Tanoro, at Reply

      I thought I heard wrong. xD

  2. Posted by Gay Spooderman, at Reply

    A hypocritical cuckservative? Color me shocked.

    • Posted by Ying Bisho, at Reply

      Gay Spooderman funny coming from a kid who subscribes to a sexist pig Cenk.

    • Posted by Richie Sahlin, at Reply

      Funny coming from a KKK recruit.

  3. Posted by Jason C, at Reply

    These Republicans didn’t even wear a condom when they kept the money…

  4. Posted by TheByzantineBeserker, at Reply

    The allegations against Wynn are unconfirmed. Considering that one out of every six men in the country has been accused of sexual misconduct, the burden of proof has increased.

    • Posted by Jessica Kalinowski, at Reply

      +TheByzantineBerserker So I guess the democrats shouldn’t have returned Weinstein’s money since he hasn’t been proven guilty either

    • Posted by TheTeamster Local282NY, at Reply

      Jessica Kalinowski that clown is proving our point.

    • Posted by MithraMusic, at Reply

      So no answer on the source of the statistic?

      And everyone, come watch these Magical Moving Goalposts:

      “Franken resigned on his own” quickly turned into “The issue isn’t who resigned…”
      “…the burden of proof” against women has increased, but the burden of proof after making a claim like “one out of every six men in the country has been accused of sexual msconduct” is unimporant

      So to summarize, when we’re talking about Franken it matters who resigned but proven guilt doesn’t matter; when we’re talking about Wynn it doesn’t matter who resigned but being proven guilty matters; when we’re talking about women the burden of proof is important but when we’re talking about the OP the burden of proof really doesn’t matter. Notice any patterns here?

      Here’s a bonus:over 90%, and that’s me being very generous to your case, of rape accusations are true and valid. 0.6%–yes, barely over one half of one percent–of rapes lead to the criminal being convicted (NCVS and RAINN). You’re saying the burden of proof needs to increase?

    • Posted by Barry Nichols, at Reply

      TheByzantineBeserker Weinstein isn’t facing any charges

  5. Posted by SIoyvenheaven1, at Reply

    The water buffalo Chunk Ogre is commenting on sexual assault. Let that sink in for a moment.

    • Posted by TheTeamster Local282NY, at Reply

      SIoyvenheaven1 your parents are related……….aren’t they?

    • Posted by Ilfart 218, at Reply

      I don’t remember hearing about sexual assault allegations in that story just coarse language about 11 years ago. And yeah JDEMS are DNC 2.0 a horrible and corrupt group of liars that need to be purged.

    • Posted by Barry Nichols, at Reply

      Cenk has no allegations of sexual assault, BTW.

    • Posted by Ej MoreG, at Reply

      Apparently you’re a triggered, idiot with no brain….. Let that sink in for a moment…

      When was Cenk ever accused of sexual assault?


  6. Posted by tutenkharnage, at Reply

    Republicans are hypocrites. The GOP needs to be burned to the ground.

  7. Posted by Jesse Torres, at Reply

    Hypocrisy: “The practice of claiming to have moral standards or beliefs to which one’s own behavior does not conform.” Synonym: Republican politicians who make promises to the poor and middle class to get into power, but then take actions that contradict those promises and exploit the system of government to remain in power or benefit themselves personally.

    • Posted by Krupasagar Sridharan, at Reply

      SIoyvenheaven1 No there isn’t. Do you understand what the economy is?

  8. Posted by Jacob Hansen, at Reply

    I’m originally from Detroit, but currently work in Hollywood. In Hollywood I work as a voice-over actor, primarily in horror movies. I know a thing or two about howling. I must sadly say that TYT isn’t being honest in this video.

    • Posted by Antman4656, at Reply

      kennedy crouch He was a women in his last comment with the same picture. I think he may be a troll bullshit artist and then there was the time he was a nuclear engineer? I smell B.S. coming from his channel.

    • Posted by dootu, at Reply

      I’m originally from “Detroit” but currently work in Dumbsville. In Dumbsville I work as a Liar, primarily in BS moves. I know a thing or two about isosceles triangles. I must sadly say that “Jacob Hansen” isn’t being honest in this comment (or thumbnail).

    • Posted by Yak T.Ripper, at Reply

      Antman4656 He’s also a prior democrat who just couldn’t stand it anymore so he(she ), voted trump. Think they might have been a prior TYT subscriber who’s unsubscribed about a dozen or more times. Definitely would have voted Bernie though. Lmao. Whatever.

    • Posted by Barry Nichols, at Reply

      Republicans demanded the Democrats return the money immediately.
      Republicans, complete 180 from what they claimed as their principles.
      TYT got it spot on.

  9. Posted by Brian Petersen, at Reply

    Well said!  The GOP is a notorious hypocritical organization, only worshiping money and con-men.

    • Posted by Aroon 5, at Reply

      The democratic party is just as bad. Only the working class taking to the streets can cause change

    • Posted by Amenti H, at Reply

      Brian Petersen
      They *are* con-men.
      In fact, con comes first in conservatives.

    • Posted by Pete Lind, at Reply

      Wynn also did Vegas shooting … Mandalay owned by MGM that Wynn was part of while being RNC money man …there had to be inside help to get 50 weapons and 10 000 ammo in to a Casino hotel and that guy was Steve Wynn and Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan knew it … just using republican logic here .

  10. Posted by Ray Purchase, at Reply

    no money is too dirty for the gop

  11. Posted by shutdafup, at Reply

    His face looks like The Book of the Dead cover

  12. Posted by Y2K, at Reply

    Can we talk about how much of a waste of money that Republican ad was? It took the Democrats all of what, a few days to return all that money? So that ad was only relevant for less than a hundred hours. Party of fiscal responsibility my arse.

    • Posted by TheRedRaccoonDog, at Reply

      Oh. It’s relevant for longer, as long as people believe it.

    • Posted by MithraMusic, at Reply

      The point wasn’t to make Democrats act, the point was to feed their base.

  13. Posted by Bolt Upright, at Reply

    With Casino owners getting involved in the political system no wonder the place feels like it’s going down the toilet.

    • Posted by Surge Álvez, at Reply


  14. Posted by hudsle, at Reply

    Because, as usual, its the “do as we say not as we do/its ok when WE do it” rule the GOP live by. You know like not applauding the President. Or holding up nominations. Or spending huge sums of government money.

  15. Posted by deepak rosario tharigopla, at Reply

    Just like in India… You can buy the law… If you have the monetary. Actually RNC is right most people don’t care SAD!

  16. Posted by Left Is Best, at Reply

    These Republicans have NO shame. They sicken me.

  17. Posted by trolltider är här, at Reply

    DonBALD DRUMPH , the DRAFTDODGER in chief 😚

  18. Posted by cne08, at Reply

    It’s mandatory to be a hypocrite to be a republican.

  19. Posted by Alonzo Strickland, at Reply

    YouTube ran an NRA ad in front of your video?!?

  20. Posted by vmah0111, at Reply

    The hillary clinton quotes were pretty chilling considering what she let happen on her campaign… the depths of how much she wanted the presidency are really shown here.

    • Posted by Jessica Kalinowski, at Reply

      very true. I hated both candidates