Reports have emerged about a second woman who was beaten by Minnesota lawmaker and Deputy Chair of the DNC, Hakim Muhammad nee Keith Ellison, who is currently running for Attorney General (sharia general) of Minnesota.
How many other victims of Ellison/Muhammad are there?
VOX: This is the second time Ellison has been publicly accused of domestic violence. Another woman, Amy Alexander, spoke out in 2006, going public with her account that Ellison verbally abused her while they were having an affair. She also said he grabbed and pushed her during an argument. Ellison denied even having a relationship with her.
There are several similarities between the accounts: Both women were involved in Minnesota progressive politics, and they described Ellison losing his temper and using threats, verbal harassment, and violence.
But unlike other cases in the #MeToo era, where media outlets, in many cases, have asserted that women endured sexual harassment, assault, or other abusive behavior, the media has been much more ambivalent about asserting whether the claims are reliable.
The Democrat party, too, remains silent — of course. Ellison/Muhammad should be stripped by his party of running for any office. Of course, Democrats protect their own lying perverts, jihadis and subversives from any type of prosecution.
Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison isn’t having the best week, but it’s nothing compared to what women around him have been through.
The Minnesota lawmaker and Deputy Chair of the Democrat National Convention was accused by Karen Monahan of being physically abusive during their relationship. Karen’s son, Austin Monahan, backs up her claim.
Now a second woman has courageously stepped forward, and she’s got the 911 report that gives her horrifying story some serious weight. Laura Loomer published the official report to her website.Amy Alexander called the police on Ellison after being assaulted during their 2005 relationship.
The report states “CLR RPTG SHE WAS ASLT’D BY ELLISON/KEITH/BLACK MALE/41/WEARING SUIT LS LEAVING APT.”
All the data on the report matches up, including the names, dates, and ages of those involved.
After this report was taken, Alexander wrote an article titled “Coming Out Of The Dark: Breaking The Silence About The Anointed Candidate” detailing not only Ellison’s anger problems, but his constant belittling and insults.
It all ended in violent fury. Alexander wrote that “Keith wanted to try and quiet me so he came to my home uninvited. We had words. His anger kicked in. He berated me. He grabbed me and pushed me out of the way.”
Ellison allegedly began running a smear campaign against Alexander. She said “I feared for my life and for the safety of my daughter. I heard through the grapevine that Ellison’s people had preemptively distributed information to the press suggesting that I was insane.”
Keith Ellison’s denial of the Monahans’ claims is eerily similar to what Amy Alexander described.
“Karen and I were in a long-term relationship which ended in 2016, and I still care deeply for her well-being. This video does not exist because I never behaved in this way, and any characterization otherwise is false.”
With mounting evidence against him, it appears as though Ellison may have to change his tone.
In the past year, allegations like this have brought down fellow politicians and even Hollywood elite. Not all of the claims were supported with evidence.
Now that we have an official report documenting an act so abusive that police became involved, Ellison’s chances in his current race to become the attorney general of Minnesota are slimming.
Not much time has passed since the first accusation, so it remains to be seen whether fellow Democrats will turn on Ellison, or give him the Bill Clinton treatment.
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