John Heenan has called out Greg Gianforte for his silence on the Roy Moore scandals:
“Where is Greg Gianforte?
Standing in complicity, silently endorsing the behavior of his party.
All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing. I have dedicated my career to standing up for what is right — for the consumer over the corporation, for the working family over the exploitative employer, for the everyday American over all else.”
Heenan states that Gianforte is complicit in the Republican support of Moore as the RNC has started spending money on Moore again, low-energy Senate candidate Matt Rosendale has endorsed Roy Moore and affirms that support daily and now Gianforte endorses the behavior of the Republican party through his silence.
The Democratic party has taken a strong stand against this behavior and Al Franken’s resignation is evidence of that. The nine women who have come forward and put their lives in the public eye to make sure that Alabama knows Roy Moore’s seedy past need to be heard and believed.
John Heenan calls on Gianforte to stand up to his disgusting party. Republicans used to be a party of honor and they can again. John McCain, Bob Dole, even Mitt Romney is a hero compared to this crew that runs the show over there.
I would be pulling my hair out and screaming at the top of my lungs if I were a principled Republican. The party can be a party of honor again, but members like Gianforte, who needs to be investigated by the Ethics Committee for his assault on a reporter, need to be removed from the party. If the GOP won’t do it then it is time for Montanans to do it for the Republican party at the ballot box.
John Heenan is doing the work to help fix the problems we are facing in America. like taking on Greg Gianforte and now he is helping Doug Jones, the candidate facing Roy Moore. Heenan is helping raise money for Jones to help make sure men like Moore don’t end up in the Senate.
John Heenan’s full statement is below:
Nine women have come forward with stories about how Roy Moore sexually harassed and assaulted them as teenagers. And despite an overwhelming amount of corroborative evidence, Republican leaders decided to line up behind a man who used his position of power to molest young girls, simply because his opponent is a Democrat.
This disgusting display of partisan tribalism displays exactly what is wrong with Washington today — where a Republican congress places no value on the character of their representatives, and cares only about the R next to their name. And while this is going on, where is Greg Gianforte? Standing in complicity, silently endorsing the behavior of his party.
There are only 18 hours left until polls open and Doug Jones’ campaign is launching a last-minute blitz to get voters to the polls.
If Gianforte is not willing to stand up against a pedophile, why should we expect him to take a stand against anything else? If he can accept a moral failure so great only because he is on the same team, then he will never put the interests of our state over those of his party.
All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing. I have dedicated my career to standing up for what is right — for the consumer over the corporation, for the working family over the exploitative employer, for the everyday American over all else.
Thank you for all that you do,