Donald Trump went all out to defeat former Attorney General Jeff Sessions in his bid to win back his old Alabama United States Senate seat. Last night, Alabama Republicans took a knee to Trump and defeated Sessions, choosing former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville as their nominee.
I’ve been watching Trump for going on four years now. I knew that our woman-abusing, teen-aged girl molesting, serial-sexual-predator-in-chief hand-picked candidate would be a guy who is ok with rape. From his old pal Jeffrey Epstein, to Roy Moore, to Brett Kavanaugh, that’s been the consistent pattern right down the road.
All I did was type “Tommy Tuberville who has he raped” into google, and the story below came up. I wonder how many more things would turn up with a deeper look.
It appears that Tommy boy thought a one-game suspension was sufficient punishment for raping a 15-year-old girl. The player later pled guilty to reduced charges to avoid going to trial.
Trump. He’s a sexual pervert who has a long history of committing sexual assault and playing peeping Tom at young girls as they undress. He’s bragged about these things in interviews on Howard Stern and on tape. He paled around with sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein and has a Secretary of Education who thinks that we’re too tough on rapists on college campuses.
His new boy, Tommy Tuberville, fits into this picture just perfectly.
As coach, Tommy Tuberville handed a one-game suspension to player charged with rape of 15-year-old
When Clifton Robinson, the short but quick receiver from Naples, Florida, returned to the Auburn University football team in August 1999 after pleading guilty to contributing to the delinquency of a minor to avoid going to trial after being charged with the second-degree rape of a 15-year-old girl, first-year head coach Tommy Tuberville pledged to figure out the right punishment for him.
“Clifton is back on the team,” Tuberville said. “He and I will sit down today, and I’ll tell him that we do things right around here, so he can expect there will be some punishment. What it is, I don’t know yet.”
That punishment ended up being a mere one-game suspension from the team’s Sept. 4 season opener against Appalachian State. Auburn won 22-15.