Head of DNC (the ‘we believe women’ party) runs away while being asked if he believes Keith Ellison’s accuser

“*We believe women” — *Exceptions apply

The chairman of the DNC, super-leftist Tom Perez, is a big supporter of the Women’s March and their credo of believing all women:

As usual, claims like that should have asterisks next to them.

Rep. Keith Ellison is facing some accusations of domestic abuse. Naturally, Perez walked the Women’s March talk and said Ellison should step aside until these serious charges are sorted out. Just kidding!

Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairman Tom Perez on Thursday refused to say whether he believed liberal Sierra Club activist Karen Monahan, who has accused Democratic Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison of physically and emotionally abusing her.

Ellison, the deputy chair of the DNC, has denied Monahan’s allegations but the committee has so far declined to say whether it believes Ellison or his accuser.

A tracker for Republican opposition research group America Rising on Thursday managed to catch Perez at the Hyatt Regency Chicago, where the DNC is holding its summer meeting.

Perez proved that the best way to train yourself for a successful political career is “cardio,” because he ran away as fast as possible:

And when Ellison does address questions about Ellison it’s only to punt the ball over to the Minnesota state Dems even though Ellison is considered the second in command at the DNC. Perhaps Perez should explain at the next Women’s March why there are exceptions to “we believe women.”

Author: Doug Powers

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