MSNBC host Steve Kornacki remarked Monday that all the female elected officials who shared stories of sexual harassment as part of the #MeToo campaign were Democrats.
Kornacki said, “The Harvey Weinstein allegations are shining a new light on the prevalence of sexual harassment and assault in this country. Illustrating just how common this behavior is. In the wake of the story and the growing viral movement of women sharing their stories with the #MeToo, asking every female member of the Senate, there are 21 now, if they have their own stories to share.” (RELATED: MSNBC Panelist Compares Rep. Wilson To Weinstein Sexual Assault Survivor [VIDEO])
He continued, “Four Senators, all Democrats, said yes and decided to tell us their experiences. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Claire McCaskill of Missouri, Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota, and Mazie Hirono of Hawaii.” (RELATED: MSNBC Guest: GOP Is The ‘Republi-Klan Party’ [VIDEO])