Another Keith Ellison Sexual Assault Charge

A guy named Jeff Kolb, who is a city councilman in a Minneapolis suburb, has raised a new sexual assault allegation against Congressman, Deputy DNC Chairman and candidate for Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison. I have no idea how reliable Kolb is, but his tweets don’t seem to depend much on his own credibility.

This is the first one, which includes a record of a 911 call in 2005. I don’t know where Kolb obtained the record:


If the record is legitimate, it says that someone (name redacted) reported that she was “ASLT’D BY ELLISON/KEITH/BM/41/LS LEAVING APT.

Keith Ellison was born in August 1963 and therefore would have been 41 in May 2005.

Kolb has more:


I don’t pretend to know whether the multiple sexual abuse charges against Keith Ellison are valid or not, but they certainly are a bombshell, with the primary election tomorrow.

Meanwhile, Ellison’s more recent girlfriend and accuser, Karen Monahan, says she has a video that confirms her allegations against him, but doesn’t intend to release it.

She told MPR News that she would not be posting the video for many reasons, including that it’s traumatizing, humiliating and sets an expectation that abuse survivors must prove their stories.

I doubt whether the video exists, but the multiple claims of sexual assault against Deputy Democratic National Committee Chairman Keith Ellison are not so easily dismissed. The Minnesota primary, in which Ellison is running for Attorney General, is tomorrow. We will soon see how seriously Democratic Party voters take allegations of sexual assault against a far-left candidate.

UPDATE: Cillian Zeal has more on Ellison’s abusive history as it relates to Amy Alexander:

“I regret that like many, I too was duped by Keith Ellison’s considerable charm,” Minnesota Democrat activist Amy L. Alexander wrote in the Wright County Republican back in October of 2006. “I was seduced by the idea of what I thought he represented.”
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By 2004, Alexander had returned to Minnesota and the relationship reignited, leading to an alleged incident of abuse when things fell apart in 2005.

“In May, Keith wanted to try and quiet me so he came to my home uninvited,” Alexander wrote. “We had words. His anger kicked in. He berated me. He grabbed me and pushed me out of the way. I was terrified. I called the police. As he fled he broke my screen door. I have never been so scared.”

And then, when Ellison ran for Congress, he tried to intimidate her into staying quiet, even with the restraining order.

More at the link. Alexander’s account tallies precisely with the 911 report of violence on the part of Keith Ellison that began this post.

Will Minnesota’s Democrats vote to make a far-left, bigoted, Jew-hating socialist who has abused multiple women, by their accounts, the Democrats’ nominee for Attorney General? In all probability, yes. That won’t tell us anything about Ellison, but it will tell us a great deal about today’s Democratic Party.

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