Democrats have officially lost their moral compass.

In addition to their blackface Democrat governor, Ralph Northam and accused rapist Democrat Lt. Governor, Virginia now has elected Joe Morrissey to be their next Democrat State Senator. Morrissey was sent to jail for sleeping with his teenage secretary and was stripped of his law license for misconduct. He was also accused by a female client of making unwanted sexual advances, will now occupy a seat in Virginia’s State Senate.

Strange, how the #MeToo movement just sort of evaporated, as more and more Democrats started to be accused of sexual assault or sexual misconduct.

WTKR reports – Controversial Democratic politician Joe Morrissey is projected to win the state senate seat for Virginia’s Senate District 16. 

According to the Virginia Department of Elections, Morrissey won with 64.23% of the votes over Independent Waylin K Ross; a win of nearly 30 percentage points.

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Not a single Republican candidate ran against the creepy new State Senator.

WJLA reports – In June, Joe Morrissey defeated incumbent Sen. Rosalyn Dance in a Richmond-area Senate district race in the Virginia Democratic primary.

A former Virginia lawmaker who used to spend his days at the state Capitol and his nights in jail after being accused of having sex with his teenage secretary has won a contested primary in his bid for a state Senate seat.

Morrissey was jailed four years ago after a sex scandal involving a teenager, who Morrissey later married. The couple now has three children.

He denied wrongdoing but entered an Alford plea to a misdemeanor, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, acknowledging that prosecutors had enough evidence for a conviction.

According to the Huffington Post – Morrissey and his colleagues have characterized his repeated controversies as challenges he’s had to surmount.

The “Fightin’ Joe” nickname comes largely from a fistfight he had with a lawyer in 1991, according to the Post.

He lost his law license in 2003 for unethical conduct.

In 2016, his campaign for Richmond mayor failed after a female legal client accused him of making unwanted sexual advances.

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