As for l’affaire Franken, the accused senator . . .

. . . whose speech predicting his resignation was all about his being a defender of women, some senators are rethinking their support of his resignation. Not Sen. Gillibrand, however, who told a colleague he was entitled to due process but not her silence.

However, comments James Freeman:

It appears that the only ones entitled to Ms. Gillibrand’s silence were Bill and Hillary Clinton, who enjoyed Ms. Gillibrand’s enthusiastic support for more than a decade while they were politically useful. To stay, it seems that Mr. Franken will need to show how he too can be useful to the New York senator.

Come on. Can’t a girl pick and choose in these matters?

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