The Democrats may have found that they opened a can of worms when they brought fake accusers to go after Brett Kavanaugh. This is the same mistake they made on the nuclear option for judges. They didn’t think about the shoe ever being on the other foot.
A lengthy statement by attorney Laura Mills on behalf of a credible and professional woman has accused Sherrod Brown of unwanted sexual advances back in the 1980s. Sound familiar? But unlike Christine Ford, this woman remembers everything and told people what happened the very day of the incident.
The Washington Times reported:
Mr. Renacci’s Senate campaign released a lengthy statement by attorney Laura Mills telling the story of a “very credible” and “professional” unnamed woman who has accused Mr. Brown of making “an unexpected, uninvited, unwanted, and sudden advance, roughly pushing her up against a wall” in the late 1980s.
“It did stop after she expressed dismay and very firmly pulled away, explaining that was not her style nor why she was there,” Ms. Mills’ statement read. “He then said he remembered what she had on the day they had met sometime earlier and that he had been attracted to her. Although she was able to defuse the situation, it did shake her up and she told friends about it as soon as she got home. They wanted her to report it but, she chose not to do so because it did stop.”
On Wednesday, Republican Congressman Renacci told the Enquirer that “multiple women” contacted him and told him they were assaulted by Sherrod Brown.
“I’ve had multiple women contact me and say I was assaulted by Sherrod Brown,” Renacci said.
Renacci said the allegations stem from the period between Brown’s first marriage, which ended in 1987, and his current marriage, which began in 2004
“It’s more than just one instance,” Renacci said. “That makes it even worse.”
Brown’s campaign denied Renacci’s claims.
“Congressman Renacci’s failed and desperate campaign gets worse every day,” Brown’s campaign said in a statement.
For months, Renacci has hammered Brown on a three-decade-old domestic abuse allegation and restraining order filed against him by his ex-wife in 1986 amid a contentious divorce.
Now, Sen Brown, you are guilty until you prove you are innocent. Good luck with that.