DOD whistle-blower: Dianne Feinstein covered up sexual assault by donor in 1990
We’ve been told that all women who make claims of sexual assault MUST be believed, no matter the evidence, or lack of evidence. On Friday, Sharyn Bovat, a self-described DOD whistle-blower, said she was sexually assaulted by a “big donor” to Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., in 1990, and to make matters worse, Feinstein allegedly covered it up.
And, she added in another tweet, she intends to confront senators about the allegation.
Writing at the Gateway Pundit, Jim Hoft said:
In 1990 Sharyn was an escort at a Feinstein pary of a Japanese investor at the Fairmount Hotel in San Francisco. Feinstein was running for governor and it was her 47th birthday. After the dinner Sharyn went up to her room and was molested and sexually abused by the Japanese donor. The next day she was kicked out of the hotel.
Sharyn’s mother was a Democrat and friend of Dianne Feinstein. Sharyn said she never was going to go public until Feinstein began her awful smear of Brett Kavanaugh. Sharyn says to Dianne, “I was helping you because you didn’t want the unions to know that you were taking money from foreign donors.”
Bovat made her case in two videos posted to YouTube:
In this video, she describes how she was turned away by Democrats — the same Democrats who now say that all women must be believed and Brett Kavanaugh is presumed guilty until proven innocent beyond a shadow of a doubt.
The only problem with her statement is that Feinstein, who was born on June 22, 1933, turned 57 in 1990, not 47. Bovat acknowledged that error on Twitter, attributing the error to an old memory:
Yep only thing that was vetted to be wrong on my video. It was an old memory I blogged about part of memory in 2013 pic.twitter.com/l5N2ySkcGJ
— Sharyn Bovat (@sharynbovat) September 30, 2018
Keep in mind that Feinstein played a significant role in the controversy surrounding allegations made against Kavanaugh. So far, the liberal mainstream media has remained mostly quiet about Bovat’s claim and hasn’t given it anywhere near the coverage allocated to Kavanaugh.
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