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Just a few days ago, E. Jean Carroll, a columnist for Elle Magazine, became the twenty-second women to come forward with an account of sexual violence at the hands of President Trump. Carroll detailed how Trump cornered her in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room in the mid 90s, violently pushed her causing her to hit her head, and raped her.
One woman being assaulted is one too many. Twenty-two is a crisis. But it seems that too many people view sexual assault allegations against the president as "the new normal" and move on. But this isn't normal. This isn't ok. There is a clear pattern of abuse by the president, and we need to hold him accountable for his years of predatory behavior.
The U.S. House of Representatives has the power to open investigations into the sexual assault and harassment allegations against Trump. Public investigations are necessary to force the country, the media, and President Trump to confront his history of assault and predation. It will also give the survivors the acknowledgement they deserve. If enough of us speak out, we can show our members of Congress in D.C. that their constituents, like you, demand the president finally be held accountable for his history of sexual violence.
Will you sign the petition demanding that Congress investigates the president for sexual assault and harassment?