Eric Massa-Cre Inquiry
Call it an “Eric Massa-cre” inquiry or anything you want, but the House Ethics Committee has laid down the votes for carrying on with a formal investigation on former Republican Eric Massa, for ‘inappropriate” (read Homosexual) and or “offensive” (read Homophobic) behavior.
I appreciate Eric’s sense of honesty and truthfulness before his resignation, as he did agree towards harassing his male staff members. But what’s the whole point? What’s the point of denying allegations and then “admitting” them finally when you don’t have any choice left? This is how the whole process started in the first place;
- March 5th, 2010 initiated with the resignation from Eric Massa, based on the health and sickness related excuses.
- Then Massa said that he is being bothered by his fellow congressmen and they are railroading him because of his stances on healthcare.
- Then he blamed the “Toxic Atmosphere” of Washington DC (seemed more of a Catch-On, Catch off excuse to me).
- And finally, this is where he admitted to groping and tickling his male aides. It later on turned out to be one of Eric Massa’s off time games.
The New York Democrat said that he had served in Navy with over 10,000 men, as his colleagues and they could ask any one of them, about their work experience with Erica Massa. Our sources only asked a handful of Massa’s former shipmates in the navy and they all agreed that Massa had been sexually harassing his co-workers.
All we are saying is that this story has a lot more to it so stay tuned for more updates and let’s see how it all unfolds in near future.