California Sen. Dianne Feinstein said her demands for delays in Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation throughout September 2018 was because she “believed all women.” Feinstein wanted an FBI investigation into the unfounded claims against President Donald Trump’s then-nominee.
She said that all women — no matter what their accusations — deserve to be heard. It’s a message her and her Democratic allies repeated again and again and again on mainstream media news channels across the country.
So why did Feinstein ignore a phone call made to her office during the controversy from a Ms. Leslie Millwee?
We have a recording of the message left at her office — and it’s jaw dropping proof that Democrats only “believe all women” when it suits their needs.
Because when Millwee accused former President Bill Clinton of sexual assault in 2016, no one wanted to talk to her. Or investigate her claims. Not a single Democratic lawmaker went on television to demand a full FBI investigation.
But when she heard Feinstein say on television she was ready to believe “all women,” Millwee called her office.
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She left the following message:
“Hello Sen. Diane Feinstein, I’m so happy to see that you’ve taken up the cause for women. To help those women, like me, that have been sexually assaulted or raped. Like Ms. Ford, I am so pleased that you’ve decided to help with this,” the message began.
“In 1980, when I was 20-years-old, then-Gov. Bill Clinton sexually assaulted me on three occasions. I was groped, humped, held down, stalked, belittled, ejaculated upon, and humiliated. I begged for mercy and for him to stop; he laughed at me,” the message continues.
“I remember how he pounded on my apartment door late one night after he had assaulted me, and I was so happy my grandmother was with me to help me get through it. I remember how I quit my job the next day in order to flee and get away from this sexual predator as quickly as I could,” Millwee says.
She has proof and corroborating witnesses to back her claims, Millwee said.
“Unlike Ms. Ford, I have proof. I’ve already have been vetted. In 2016 I told my story to the mainstream media, but no one really seemed to listen or care… or seek justice on my behalf. What about you, Sen. Feinstein?” she asked.
“Are you interested in helping me? If you have integrity and desire justice, then let me know where I can send my proof, my evidence, my witness list… and you can help me just like Ms. Ford.”
“Let’s sit down and have a non-partisan discussion, shall we?” Millwee concludes. “If you really take sexual assault seriously, like you say you do, then let’s have a discussion about it. Now.”
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“My name is Leslie Millwee.”
Feinstein’s office never bothered to return the phone call.
Neither did Sen. Chuck Schumer. Or Sen. Sherrod Brown. Or Sen. Richard Blumenthal.
None of the Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee that Millwee contacted bothered to return her repeated phone calls asking for help.
It seems they only have time for the women that help their political cause.
You can listen to the emotional message here, shared by Milwee on social media —
What a crock x 4 women. Shame on you all! Want to hear about REAL SEXUAL ASSAULT?? My phone calls from the last few days. Schumer, Feinstein. Guess what? No returned calls!! pic.twitter.com/E5cwCHa2w0
— Leslie Millwee (@Astroluvr) September 27, 2018