When Republicans aren’t raping the country

They’re raping whoever else they can get their hands on:

Union County Republican Party Chairman Billy Joe Turnage, 76, is facing charges of sexual battery and criminal attempt to commit rape.

A Georgia Republican official is facing criminal rape charges after he broadcast on Skype an alleged sexual assault attempt, according to a bombshell report.

Billy Joe Turnage, the 76-year-old GOP chairman in Union County in northern Georgia, allegedly tried to rape a 39-year-old woman in her house — and he televised the disgusting act on the Internet, according tothe North Georgia News.

“On Oct. 22, dispatch received a 911 call at approximately 4 p.m. of what was believed to be an assault and rape,” Union County Sheriff Investigator Staff Sgt. Darren Osborn told the newspaper. “It was being viewed via Skype. Deputies responded and I responded as well.”

Thanks to Attorney Kush Arora.

One thought on “When Republicans aren’t raping the country

  1. Politics is a dirty business. Beginning with that premise Bill Maher is a slow learner. Bill is a bigot (n. a person who is utterly intolerant of any differing creed, belief, or opinion) on the subject of religion. Just like the Evangelical Christians and the Islamic Fundamentalists he rails against. Except that slow learner or slick propagandist Bill condemns some religions as being worse then others. He seems to hate every single Muslim. He finds some Evangelical Christians acceptable. And he rarely finds fault with Judaism. Maher doesn’t understand why he’s in trouble with the UC-Berkley student body. He believes that Progressives who won’t support his right of free speech at the December commencement in Berkley hypocritical. What Bill doesn’t seem to understand is that Progressives don’t like bigots or rapists.

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