CPAC speaker just publicly called out Trump’s infidelity. What happened next is disturbing


CPAC got weird, and not for the reasons you’d think. Yes there was the requisite guru-ification of Trump and the sorely outdated chants of “lock her up,” but that was all to be expected.

It was conservative writer and a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center Mona Charen who defied expectation and actually took a surprisingly reasonable – and therefor unpopular – position on a panel called #UsToo: Left out by the Left.

When asked what gets her “riled up” about modern feminism, Charen surprised (and then pissed off) the crowd with this hot take.

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“I’m actually gonna twist this around a bit and say that I’m disappointed in people on our side,” Charen said. “For being hypocrites about sexual harassers and abusers of women who are in our party. Who are sitting in the White House. Who brag about their extramarital affairs. Who brag about mistreating women. And because he happens to have an R after his name, we look the other way, we don’t complain.”

Watch her comments here.