BREAKING: New Sex Scandal Rocks Congress — Here’s Why You Haven’t Heard of It…

A politician running for an open seat in Congress has had some issues of sexual impropriety crop up and it looks to damage his chances of winning. Of course you won’t see this on the national news, because this candidate is a Democrat!

In fact, the Democrat in question is David Alcon from New Mexico.

While the American people were being bombarded with allegations decades old being lobbed against Moore, Alcon was busy being “arrested this past Friday on a felony stalking charge after a woman accused him of sending her frightening and lewd text messages and showing up at her home”, reports the Daily Caller.

This is not Alcon’s first encounter with sex related crimes. In 2007, Alcon was “convicted of stalking his ex-girlfriend…and was described as ‘infatuated’ and ‘clearly obsessed’ by the judge in the case,” writes the Caller.

The present indiscretion are rather disturbing, but par for the course in being a Democrat.


The Las Cruces Sun-News on November 13that a “woman in Santa Fe contacted police Oct. 28 reporting that Alcon sent text messages declaring his love for her and warning that she ‘better not leave,’ according to court documents. He later sent images of his genitals, followed by messages that suggested he was watching her and that he was at her apartment. The woman told police that she repeatedly asked Alcon to leave her alone. She said she’d known Alcon for around 10 years, and although he’d texted her in the past, the tone of this conversation was unusual, police said.”

Alcon needs to learn to pace himself. Bill Clinton did not start harassing women until he was at least Attorney General for his state, giving him something to brag about. Besides having a creepy Eddie Munster look, Alcon does not have much going for him.

As usual, the media is being heavily biased in its coverage of Moore and Alcon. The Caller notes that according “to a search of the television database TV Eyes, CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, and NBC have given zero on-air coverage to Alcon’s arrest. The networks have also not published any stories about Alcon’s scandal on their websites in the past week.Meanwhile, ABC, CBS, and NBC spent more than 79 minutes talking about Roy Moore between November 9 and November 13.”

Looks like another Democrat will get a free pass.