"I immediately apologized. You're logged in to Facebook. Janicek, who owns Cupcake Omaha, was the most experienced candidate in this May’s seven-way Democratic primary for Senate. Nebraska Democrats are asking their U.S. Senate candidate to quit the race after he sent staffers text messages that the state party described as “sexually inappropriate.”. Aaron covers political news for The World-Herald. Janicek has until Sept. 1 to file paperwork with the Nebraska secretary of state to withdraw from the race. "Before leaving for Lincoln, I received a text message from Scotty (a friend) regarding Miss Bitterman's behavior. According to The Times, Janicek “then described in explicit terms what he wanted the men to do to her” and asked “Thoughts?”. The Democratic candidate challenging Republican U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse in Nebraska lost the backing of the state party Monday after it was revealed that he had made graphic sexual comments about a campaign staffer in a group text. Democratic Senate nominee Chris Janicek, shown in Omaha, Neb., is being called on to drop out of his race after he made sexual comments about a campaign staffer in a group text … Reports last month revealed evidence of sexually explicit texts Janicek sent in a group chat, which singled out a female staffer who belonged to the group. He then, according to the AP, wrote that it “will probably take three guys” and described an explicit sex scene between the woman and the men. Scott Howitt, Janicek’s spokesman, said that the comments were indefensible and inappropriate and that Janicek said so within six minutes of sending the texts. Both are false claims, and their falseness is independently verifiable. The woman says Chris Janicek suggested that they skinny-dip together and said “if the Republicans take any pictures, we’ll just respond with, ‘Haven’t you swam naked before? There was a problem saving your notification. Janicek reportedly did not deny he made the comments, but said he had apologized and assumed they would be kept private, per AP. Largely a product of Catholic schools, who discovered Ayn Rand in college, Joe is a lifelong newspaperman who learned enough about the trade to be skeptical of every word ever written. Chris Janicek is a Nevada Democratic Senate candidate under fire for sexually explicit texts and alleged racist remarks. He said the campaign has owned the mistake and learned from it. The text messages, first obtained by the Associated Press, reportedly show Janicek was texting a group chat that included the female staffer. But the reason for that says more about the mainstream media than it does about the Janicek campaign or the vile text message the candidate allegedly sent about a now-former female staffer. The female former staffer later sent a message, also reviewed by CNN, to the group saying that she was "appalled" and slamming the texts as sexual harassment. Omaha-area House candidate Kara Eastman was one of many Democrats calling on Janicek to drop out, saying she was “repulsed” by the statements. Janicek said he will not step aside. They selected the option they thought was best for them.”. ), RELATED: Tucker Reveals the Undeniable Truth About Hunter Biden Emails. In a written statement, he said, "The 2020 election is not about moving further left or moving further right, it's about moving our state and this country forward. The latest statements are false.". Americans who don’t live in Nebraska have probably never heard of Democratic Senate candidate Chris Janicek. Be the first to know when news happens. You have permission to edit this article. Democratic Senate candidate Chris Janicek took to Facebook Wednesday to provide his side of the story after being accused of sexual harassment. “They had opportunities to vote early by mail or at the polls. A Nebraska congressional candidate has quit the Democratic party to form a new Legal Marijuana NOW Party. He also reportedly described a group sex scene involving the female staffer “in graphic detail,” according to AP. And Americans who get their news from broadcast media will likely hear all about it. He's been with Liftable Media since 2015. Chris Janicek's campaign said he will not heed calls to quit after coming under fire for sending sexually explicit texts to campaign staffers. The text messages, first obtained by the Associated Press, reportedly show Janicek was texting a group chat that included the female staffer. "I'm an openly gay man running for senate against Ben Sasse, so it was not sexual harassment, it was something that had been discussed between her and a girlfriend," Janicek said Tuesday, later adding that he had overheard the staffer's phone conversation at campaign headquarters. Janicek’s texts described lining up multiple partners for group sex with the staffer and suggested that the “three guys” could be paid. The party could replace him if he resigns before that date. Janicek said that his texts did not come out of the blue, that his messages reflected the tone of an earlier office conversation he overheard. Shortly after he tried to say the comments were “a joke” and apologized for his comments. The Sasse campaign did not immediately respond to requests for comment. And judging by the mainstream media’s coverage in the hotly contested election year of 2020, it’s a good chance they never will. Janicek's latest post referenced how he came to know and work with Bitterman. And CNN and The New York Times have already given the topic more coverage than they initially gave the accusations of Tara Reade, who claimed that then-Sen. Joe Biden had sexually assaulted her in the Capitol in 1993.
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