Hollywood actress Rose McGowan took to Twitter late Friday night to accuse Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden of being a rapist and the Democratic Party of housing sexual abuse.
"I was raped by a TOP Democratic donor. Hillary Clinton shut down NBC's exposé of HW with one call from her spokesperson," McGowan referenced disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, whom she accused of raping her in a hotel room during the 1997 Sundance Film Festival. In October 2017, McGowan received a $100,000 settlement in the sexual assault case. She has since become a fierce critic of the industry.
"I strongly believe Joe Biden is a rapist. DNC had Bill Clinton, serial abuse of young women (Epstein & others) speak. You want me to be pro-Dem?" McGowan questioned the left-wing establishment.
Former President Bill Clinton is implicated in unsealed court documents, alleging that he visited the deceased child sex trafficker's "pedophile island" with two young girls present. Photographic evidence was also recently released to the public, revealing one of Epstein's numerous victims massaging Clinton's neck. McGowan had advocated for Clinton's arrest, sharing a photo of Weinstein, Epstein, and Ghislaine Maxwell each with a red 'X' over their faces, referencing Weinstein's 23-year sentence, Epstein's alleged suicide, and Maxwell's arrest in New Hampshire.
"I know more than you will ever know about their evil," McGowan concluded as a survivor. "You can hide behind your convenient morality. I won't."
The 46-year-old activist has stood behind Biden's sexual assault accuser Tara Reade, ripping apart his speech on the last night of the Democratic National Convention.
"Give people light. Those are words for our time. The current president has cloaked America in darkness for much too long. Too much anger. Too much fear. Too much division," Biden said on Thursday.
McGowan snapped back on Twitter, calling Biden "the season of darkness." Then she addressed the DNC: "You are monsters. You are frauds. You are the lie."
In April, the actress rocked headlines after posting a teary-eyed selfie lamenting the leftist-aligned media in a red-pilled existential crisis.
“I used to be a proud Democrat,” McGowan posted on social media. “I used to be a proud American.”
In the prior month, Reade's allegations surfaced to public light against then-Senator Joe Biden. The alleged victim claimed that Biden sexually assaulted her while she served as an aide in his Senate offices during the Clinton Administration.
Despite credible evidence, the Democrats and the mainstream media largely ignored her testimony and refused to cover any negativity surrounding Biden.
The #MeToo Movement founder Tarana Burke even went on to argue that the former vice president can be both “accountable and electable.”
After exposing the Democrats and its #MeToo allies for their collective hypocrisy in previous weeks, McGowan finally broke down and declared that she no longer recognizes the political party she once called home.
“I was always told it was the Democratic Party that were the good guys, that our papers were [The New York Times] and [The Washington Post],” she went on. “But now I know too much. And I feel really quite a sense of loss tonight.”