When the Harvey Weinstein story broke about a month ago, I offered that the reason for such a story to break now – after decades of such behavior – might have something to do with the democrats getting tired of telling Hillary to go away.
Well, the train is leaving the station:
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand on Thursday went to a place that few Democrats have dared or cared to go when it comes to allegations of sexual assault: Calling out Bill Clinton.
The initial story on Weinstein broke in the New York Times; this story is in the Washington Post. In other words, this isn't some wacko like bionic mosquito or some such. Someone is on a mission.
It's difficult to overstate the potential significance of Gillibrand's response to the question about the former president.