Gloria Allred Inserts Self into Fluke Controversy

Bruce Walker
Gloria Allred, the leftist who uses a fig leaf of "feminist" -- only, of course, when the women involved are leftists like herself -- has requested that Michael McAuliffe determine whether Rush Limbaugh's characterization of Sandra Fluke as a "slut" and a "prostitute" constitutes a violation of  Section 836.04 of Florida Statutes, which makes it criminal to "falsely and maliciously imput[e]" to a woman "a want of chastity[.]"  Such a person, according to the Florida statute, "shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degrees."

One must, at some point, question whether leftists like Allred -- who have lived so long in the plastic bubble of chic leftism, without accountability to anyone or to anything -- can grasp even the tiniest slivers of decency and integrity.  Forget that this zealous quasi-advocate for (radical leftist) women has never demanded that David Letterman in calling for the statutory rape of Sarah Palin's daughter -- and Letterman, unlike Rush, never apologized for his remarks -- or Ed Shultz in calling Laura Ingraham a "slut" should be investigation by prosecutors.  The savaging of brave conservative women, or just girls who happen to be children of those women, does not seem to trouble Allred at all.

Forget that the very statute Allred relies upon is blatantly sexist (it does not provide that a person who makes malicious statements about the chastity of a man).  This means that if some white woman used the sick old ploy of accusing a black man, in a way that is highly destructive to his career, of having sexual relations with her, such an accusation would not violate this "women only as allowed victims" law.  One can't help but wonder if Ms. Allred would know personally of any examples of white women ruining a black man running for president with flimsy statements that imputed to him a want of chastity (realizing that chastity within marriage is not celibacy, but marital fidelity).

Gloria Allred, the leftist who uses a fig leaf of "feminist" -- only, of course, when the women involved are leftists like herself -- has requested that Michael McAuliffe determine whether Rush Limbaugh's characterization of Sandra Fluke as a "slut" and a "prostitute" constitutes a violation of  Section 836.04 of Florida Statutes, which makes it criminal to "falsely and maliciously imput[e]" to a woman "a want of chastity[.]"  Such a person, according to the Florida statute, "shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degrees."

One must, at some point, question whether leftists like Allred -- who have lived so long in the plastic bubble of chic leftism, without accountability to anyone or to anything -- can grasp even the tiniest slivers of decency and integrity.  Forget that this zealous quasi-advocate for (radical leftist) women has never demanded that David Letterman in calling for the statutory rape of Sarah Palin's daughter -- and Letterman, unlike Rush, never apologized for his remarks -- or Ed Shultz in calling Laura Ingraham a "slut" should be investigation by prosecutors.  The savaging of brave conservative women, or just girls who happen to be children of those women, does not seem to trouble Allred at all.

Forget that the very statute Allred relies upon is blatantly sexist (it does not provide that a person who makes malicious statements about the chastity of a man).  This means that if some white woman used the sick old ploy of accusing a black man, in a way that is highly destructive to his career, of having sexual relations with her, such an accusation would not violate this "women only as allowed victims" law.  One can't help but wonder if Ms. Allred would know personally of any examples of white women ruining a black man running for president with flimsy statements that imputed to him a want of chastity (realizing that chastity within marriage is not celibacy, but marital fidelity).