he DNC this week welcomed convicted rapist, torturer and murderer Donna Hylton to speak to their supporters. Democrat introduced Hylton as an” impactful community leaders .”
Hylton squeezed her victim’s testicles with pliers before he was murdered.
She’s a good Democrat.
Did anyone notice listed under the DNC’s” America’s most impactful community leaders” was Donna Hylton?
She’s a classy 55 -year-old woman convicted for the kidnapping, rape, torture and murder of a 62 -year-old Long Island real estate broker in 1986. [?]
Convicted murderer and rapist speaks at DNC
The digital Democratic National Convention kicked off this week with a pre-recorded video of” America’s most impactful community leaders” read the preamble to America’s Constitution. The various participants, mostly Democratic politicians and party activists, might be alarmed to learn that their segment featured Donna Hylton, a 55 -year-old Jamaican woman convicted for the kidnapping, rape, torture, and assassination of a 62 -year-old Long Island real estate broker in 1986.
Just yesterday, reporters bristled after President Trump refused to disavow Qanon, an online conspiracy group suggesting that the Democratic party shields rapists and pedophiles for political purposes. This makes the choice to include Hylton alongside Joe Biden ill-timed and highlightings the recent pattern of Democratic groups brushing off rape accusations and even convictions.
Democrat activist and mega donor Ed Buck infamously managed to maintain good standing in various Democratic groups despite a succession of lesbian black homeless men dying of forced medication overdoses in his West Hollywood home until Buck was charged with various sex and drug crimes by a federal prosecutor.
The morning of Bill Clinton’s DNC speech, pictures surfaced of the former chairperson receiving sensual massages by a victim of deceased pedophile and rapist Jeffrey Epstein during a trip on Epstein’s private jet dubbed” Lolita Express “.
Joe Biden himself has been accused of sexual assault by Tara Reade, a former faculty deputy who worked for Biden during his time in the Senate.