Women’s Group Lodges Complaint Against Dem Senator Tom Carper Over Past Abuse Admission (VIDEO)

A women’s group lodged a complaint against Senator Tom Carper’s (D-DE) this week over his past admission of abuse.

Senator Carper previously admitted to hitting his wife so hard that it left her with a black eye.

Like every Democrat, Carper is a hypocrite.

The Delaware Senator arrogantly voted against Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation over uncorroborated claims of sexual misconduct.


But he’s allowed to beat his wife and serve as Senator because it happened a long time ago and he has since apologized…

The women’s group says it’s time for the double standard and hypocrisy to end.

OANN’s Jack Posobiec has the story:


Senator Carper initially lied about beating his wife. He was later forced to come clean about it.

Free Beacon reported:

Delaware senator Tom Carper admitted to slapping his wife in a 1998 interview with a veteran political journalist in the state, confirming an accusation he denied when first running for Congress.

Carper represented Delaware first in the House, then was elected governor in 1993, and has been in the Senate since 2001. He fought the accusation that he hit his wife when it first emerged during his 1982 run for Congress, saying it was “without basis in fact” and pledging to sue the New York Post, which first published the accusation in 1982, for libel.

Carper won in 1982 largely by attacking his Republican opponent for his “vicious” efforts to “smear” him and his wife, but 16 years later he admitted to Delaware reporter Celia Cohen that the accusation was true all along.

“Did I slap my wife 20 years ago? Yes,” Carper said. “Do I regret it? Yes. Would I do it again? No.”

The deposition did in fact include an admission by Carper that he hit his wife and gave her a black eye.

“I slapped Diane one time,” Carper said in the deposition, according to the report. “It was a stupid thing to do and I … regret it now. It caused some discoloration of her left eye and some puffiness.”

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