Obamacare, eat your heart out. The trendy new Medical Card being used by all the hip Democrats these days helps them escape tight legal spots and negative press.
Jesse Jackson announced today with bizarre and great fanfare that he has Parkinson’s Disease, just days after he was accused of sexually harassing a reporter — the latest in a long list of sexual exploits linked to the good reverend through the years.
But he’s a sick man now, so let’s not go there.
The timing of these maladies are becoming somewhat comical. Jackson announced his disease on Twitter on Friday. Isn’t that how everyone discloses their medical diagnoses these days?
Only if you are an embattled Democrat in legal trouble or headed for even deeper trouble like Hillary Clinton or honorary Democrat John McCain.
Jackson doesn’t like True Pundit poking around either. We can’t even display his Tweet announcing his disease, as he has blocked us from accessing his Twitter account.
Busy guy fighting sexual harassment, rolling out a disease on social media like a Bar Mitzvah and then doing God’s work of blocking conservative journalists.
A true Christian and role model.
Can I get an Amen?
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From Fox News:
Last week journalist at The Root alleged Jackson sexually harassed her after a speech at a previous employer, claiming he grabbed her thigh before saying, “I like all of that right there!”
Danielle Young, a writer-producer at The Root, detailed her experience with Jackson in a 2,000-word post published on Monday, alleging that Jackson touched her inappropriately while taking a photo with him after a keynote speech by the “living legend” at a “very popular” media company.
“I walked toward Jackson, smiling, and he smiled back at me,” Young wrote. “His eyes scanned my entire body. All of a sudden, I felt naked in my sweater and jeans. As I walked within arm’s reach of him, Jackson reached out a hand and grabbed my thigh, saying, ‘I like all of that right there!’ and gave my thigh a tight squeeze.”
The unexpected touch, Young said, left her “shocked, to say the least,” and uncomfortable in a room full of colleagues. So, she started to laugh, she said.
“And I continued to giggle as he pulled me in closer, stared down at my body, smiled and told me he was only kidding,” Young continued. “The entire time, my co-worker snapped photos.”
Young’s post included seven photos of herself with Jackson, including one in which Jackson’s right arm is around her neck while his left arm embraces Young’s arm across her body. Both Young and Jackson are smiling in five of the photos. In another, Young, who said she was “visibly uncomfortable” at the time, is pointing directly at the camera, “asking if we can just take the picture,” according to her post.
But he has Parkinson’s now so it’s all good, right?
Welcome to the new Democratic emergency legal playbook, courtesy of Redd Foxx: