The list just keeps growing. First, it was Harvey Weinstein, then it was Kevin Spacey. Now, we also have a few political players in Al Franken, Roy Moore, and John Conyers.

The aforementioned Spacey is now in even more hot water as a second accuser has come out of the woodworks.

The Metropolitan police are looking into two separate incidents taking place in 2005 and 2008.

In one of the cases, the unidentified victim claimed he approached Spacey for acting advice. The two eventually retreated to Spacey's home where the victim passed out after having several drinks. He later woke up to discover that he had been sexually fondled.

Both the 2005 and 2008 incident was believed to be perpetrated by Spacey, even though he wasn't directly named in the reports.

It was just weeks ago that actor Anthony Rapp came forward alleging that Spacey made sexual advances at him back in 1986 when Rapp was just 14 and Spacey was 26.

In the midst of the allegations, Spacey has been removed from the hit Netflix show House of Cards. He has also been removed from the upcoming film All the Money in the World.

Obviously, all these sexual misconduct allegations go beyond partisan lines. However, with the exception of Moore, all the recent actors and politicians ousted are primarily Democrats.

This is all the more reason for Democrats to denounce these heinous acts. They are, after all, supposedly the party for women's rights.

Of course, Kevin Spacey and everyone else accused of sexual deviance deserve the right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty. However, the evidence in some of these cases just continue to pile up and is just too damning to ignore.

Do you think Spacey is innocent, or do you believe, as Ivanka Trump eloquently explained, there is a "special place in hell" for people like him?

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