Minnesota attorney general says he doesn't want the police to respond rape calls
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Minnesota attorney general says he doesn't want the police to respond rape calls


During a Zoom conversation between California Democrat Rep. Karen Bass and current Minnesota attorney general Keith Ellison, former National Committee vice chairman made a shocking announcement saying that he doesn’t want police to respond to rape calls.

“If you’re a woman who’s been a victim of a sexual assault, and the assailant ran away, wouldn’t you rather talk to somebody who is trained in helping you deal with what you’re dealing with, as opposed to somebody whose main training is that they know how to use a firearm? Right?” Ellison stated.

The statement referred to the topic of defunding the police amid the protests and the suggested policy was supported by many leftists, comparing that the women more likely suffer from the police than are helped.


The attorney general, if he now can be considered credible after that, has his own experience of violence against woman. And not only once.

In 2006 and 2008 Ellison’s ex-girlfriend accused him of physical and verbal abuse. She claimed that while the former congressman was married she had an affair with him during which Ellison allegedly grabbed and pushed her.

In 2018, Ellison’s another ex-girlfriend Karen Monahan released a disturbing statement in which she accused the top legal officer of the state of abusing her emotionally and physically which eventually caused her “complex PTSD.”   

One night I confronted him very calm about a lie he had just told me straight to my face (sic). What happened next was a rage that I had never witnessed to that magnitude. He was becoming a person I had never seen before. The next morning, he came into the room I was sleeping in. I was laying across the bed with my headphones on, listening to podcast on my phone. He said he was about to leave town for the weekend and told me to take the trash out (sic). Given the explosive outrage that occurred the night before, I just should shook my head yes. I didn’t look up at him or saying anything (sic). That is when he tried to drag me off the bed by my legs and feet, screaming ‘b-tch you answer when I am talking to you. I said take out the trash, you’re a bad guest’ (even though we were living in the same place) (sic). He kept trying to drag me off the bed, telling me to get the f-ck out of his house, over and over. I froze. He had to leave and get on the plane. He knocked the shoe off my foot and told me I better be gone when he gets back (which was in two days).

Unsurprisingly, Monahan’s accusations were later found unsubstantiated after the state’s Democrat Party internal investigation. 


Author: Usa Really