Questions every member of Congress should be asked before investigating Trump

Over 100 congressional women are demanding that President Trump be investigated for sexual abuse for the purpose of either getting him to resign or to moving toward impeachment. 

Why aren't they asking for all male members to be investigated with the following questions and more?

Did they ever ogle or stare at any other person thinking she (or he) looked attractive?  Did they have permission to ogle?

Did they ever kiss any person without asking specific permission to do so?  Did they ask what kind of kiss is allowed? 

Did they ever try to cop a feel with any woman?  Was there specific approval for that?

Did they ever talk about sex or other persons with anyone in what is now considered an inappropriate manner at any time in their lives?  Did that talk disqualify them for political office? 

My guess is that most of the men in Congress would have to answer yes to most of those questions, so why aren't the 100 congresswomen asking for hearings on them?

I would ask the congresswomen themselves the following questions:

Did anyone ever ogle or stare at you?  Did you try to dress yourself to look attractive, or did you intentionally try to look unattractive so no one would stare at or ogle you?  Did you ever feel threatened by the ogling enough to claim sexual abuse?  If not, why not?

Did you always give permission before someone kissed you?  Did you tell him (or her) specifically what kind of kiss was allowed?  If not, did you claim that you were sexually abused?  If not, why not?

Did anyone ever try to cop a feel with you?  Did he (or she) always ask permission first?  Did you ever claim abuse?  If not, why not?

Have you ever talked about sex or men or other women in an inappropriate manner?  Does that disqualify you to hold office?  Have you ever read any of the Fifty Shades of Grey books?

Male and female journalists who are going after Trump every day should be asked the above questions. 

Maybe we need laws to outlaw kissing, ogling, flirting, holding hands, and sex, because according to current reporting, all can be considered abuse.  (Of course, Bill Clinton would answer all questions with "it depends what the definition of sex is.")  Life wouldn't be much fun, and it would be hard to procreate, but if we can just get rid of a president they don't like, that would be OK. 

My guess is that most of the 100 women who want to investigate Trump know that almost all the other men in Congress have done something now regarded as harassment and they don't care.  They don't like Trump and his agenda, and they will use any excuse to go after him.  Facts really don't matter.

Over 100 congressional women are demanding that President Trump be investigated for sexual abuse for the purpose of either getting him to resign or to moving toward impeachment. 

Why aren't they asking for all male members to be investigated with the following questions and more?

Did they ever ogle or stare at any other person thinking she (or he) looked attractive?  Did they have permission to ogle?

Did they ever kiss any person without asking specific permission to do so?  Did they ask what kind of kiss is allowed? 

Did they ever try to cop a feel with any woman?  Was there specific approval for that?

Did they ever talk about sex or other persons with anyone in what is now considered an inappropriate manner at any time in their lives?  Did that talk disqualify them for political office? 

My guess is that most of the men in Congress would have to answer yes to most of those questions, so why aren't the 100 congresswomen asking for hearings on them?

I would ask the congresswomen themselves the following questions:

Did anyone ever ogle or stare at you?  Did you try to dress yourself to look attractive, or did you intentionally try to look unattractive so no one would stare at or ogle you?  Did you ever feel threatened by the ogling enough to claim sexual abuse?  If not, why not?

Did you always give permission before someone kissed you?  Did you tell him (or her) specifically what kind of kiss was allowed?  If not, did you claim that you were sexually abused?  If not, why not?

Did anyone ever try to cop a feel with you?  Did he (or she) always ask permission first?  Did you ever claim abuse?  If not, why not?

Have you ever talked about sex or men or other women in an inappropriate manner?  Does that disqualify you to hold office?  Have you ever read any of the Fifty Shades of Grey books?

Male and female journalists who are going after Trump every day should be asked the above questions. 

Maybe we need laws to outlaw kissing, ogling, flirting, holding hands, and sex, because according to current reporting, all can be considered abuse.  (Of course, Bill Clinton would answer all questions with "it depends what the definition of sex is.")  Life wouldn't be much fun, and it would be hard to procreate, but if we can just get rid of a president they don't like, that would be OK. 

My guess is that most of the 100 women who want to investigate Trump know that almost all the other men in Congress have done something now regarded as harassment and they don't care.  They don't like Trump and his agenda, and they will use any excuse to go after him.  Facts really don't matter.