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Kirsters Baish| Earlier in the year, Democratic Representative Keith Ellison was accused of having physically assaulted a woman. It was in August when CNN reported that they were “in the process” of reporting on a story in which Karen Monahan accused the Democratic Representative of physically assaulting her. Her son claimed on Facebook that video footage of Ellison assaulting his mother existed, which caused a huge uproar.

Austin Monahan, Karen Monahan’s son, posted a message to Facebook with vulgar language stating, “I found over 100 text and twitters 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 (coarse language) and telling her to get the (coarse language) out of his house.

The Democrats haven’t done much since the allegations were made to diffuse the situation, or address it at all.

This past Wednesday, Karen Monahan posted a copy of her medical records to Twitter. She stated that “it gets deleted every time.” The records show alleged abuse at the hand of Ellison.

The note states, “She states that she was in a very stressful environment for years, emotional and physical abuse by a partner with whom she is now separated. She did not have any physical injuries that required a physical examination in the past. She identifies the individual she was involved with as congressmen Ellison, and she is worried about retribution if she identifies him publicly.”

Monahan has stated in the past that the DNC did not believer her allegations.

Interesting how the Democrats have jumped at the chance to crucify Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh for similar allegations with no proof.

Conservative Tribune writes:

To some, the fact that Ellison is one of their own, a Democrat, and Kavanaugh is not (he is a Republican) is why the Democrats are not supporting Ellison’s accuser but are supporting Kavanaugh’s accuser. To them, it isn’t about helping women who are victims, but partisan politics.

The timing is suspicious to many, particularly given the fact that Democrat Sen. Diane Feinstein had Ford’s letter alleging the assault as early as July and sat on it until it looked like Kavanaugh would be confirmed. Feinstein never mentioned the letter publicly or privately to Kavanaugh while taking part in the confirmation hearing process when she had the opportunity to question him about it.

Now demands are being made to delay the confirmation until Ford can testify. Ford is, so far, refusing to testify until the FBI investigates — even though the agency has refused to do so. To some, demanding an investigation is just more partisan delay tactics at work.

CNN reported that Karen Monahan’s accusation against Ellison came before the Minnesota primary election, however it “had nothing to do with politics.”

“People can vote for whoever they feel is the best candidate based on their values,” she stated. “This has nothing to do with that. Me sharing my story has nothing to do with the primary election. It is never a good time for a survivor to share their story. If I waited a week later, it would become an issue between a Democrat and Republican.”