Massachusetts’ Wall of Shame
One important lesson of this entire Ricardo Arroyo scandal is that when it comes to very woke female Democrats in Boston, they don’t really Believe All Women.
One important lesson of this entire Ricardo Arroyo scandal is that when it comes to very woke female Democrat politicians in Boston, they don’t really Believe All Women.
Or they didn’t, until this morning, when they finally had no choice. Now, a week late and a dollar short, they do Believe All Women – at least those accusing Ricardo Arroyo.
But it took them a lot longer to believe Arroyo’s accusers than it did to Believe All Women who concoct preposterous, totally uncorroborated charges against Republicans, say, Brett Kavanaugh.
Those women, they believed instantly. They still believe them, long after their stories have been debunked.
When it comes to Believing All Women who accuse entitled male Democrats in protected classes who check all the right boxes… not so much. Doesn’t matter how much evidence those women have, including police reports, the female pols have to wait to see how the story “evolves.”
Right, Mayor Michelle Wu? Sen. Elizabeth “the fake Indian” Warren? Rep. Ayanna Pressley? Not to mention a host of lesser, woker local yokels.
They all refused to walk away from Ricardo Arroyo, even as evidence of the sexual allegations against him piled up. Their photos and slobbering endorsements remain on the sleazy hack’s website – votearroyo.com.
Call that endorsement page The Wall of Shame. They were all swooning, fawning over his fabulousness. Gigi Coletta, the new city councilor from East Boston, went so far as to say she was “thrilled” to endorse Arroyo.