O'Neill, who is also running as a Democratic candidate for governor, has been a member of the Ohio Supreme Court since 2013. Here's Ohio Democratic Party chairman David Pepper correctly calling out O'Neill for boneheadedly conflating credible sexual assault allegations with "being a horny guy". O'Neill is self-evidently a man of many passions, but mostly he loves to post online, about his dog and his rowdy sons and whatever else is on his mind.
Several leading OH women are condemning a state Supreme Court justice and gubernatorial candidate for writing a Facebook post that containing candid details of his sexual past with "approximately 50" women.
In a Facebook post Friday, O'Neill appeared to weigh in on widespread sexual harassment allegations coming to light, particularly those leveled against Minnesota Sen.
"Just a awful post by Justice O'Neill".
(2/2) Justice O'Neill's Facebook comments both dehumanize women and do nothing but trivialize this important conversation, which is actually about harassment and abuse, not encounters between consenting adults. Franken's (D., Minn.) sexual misconduct scandal.
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Christopher Clevenger says on Twitter that, as a victim of sexual assault, he "cannot in good faith" remain a part of O'Neill's campaign team. He said he revealed details about himself because he suspects, as a governor candidate, he'll soon also be a media target. Namely, Justice Bill O'Neill defended Al Franken and Roy Moore, all while publicly claiming he'd had sexual relationships throughout his lifetime with "approximately 50 very attractive females".
"It ranged from a gorgeous personal secretary to Senator Bob Taft (Senior) who was my first true love and we made passionate love in the hayloft of her parents' barn in Gallipolis and ended with a drop dead gorgeous redhead who was a senior adviser to Peter Lewis at Progressive Insurance in Cleveland".
Candidate and former U.S. Rep. Betty Sutton said "I'm outraged he would equate sexual assault with indiscretion".
After posting the message Friday, he edited it to remove some identifying information about the women. In an interview, O'Neill said his point was to get his past out of the way.