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Did you hear about that candidate stalking young women? No… the other one

So we have a c&idate for a position in Washington D.C. accused of stalking & harassing young women. You’re probably thinking we’re off on yet anoar story about Roy Moore, right? Not this time. a latest politician to earn such a reputation is from considerably furar out west. In New Mexico, David Alcon is running for Congress, hoping to represent a Second District. His campaign hit a bit of a snag recently, however, when he was arrested for stalking a woman & engaging in threatening, sexually aggressive behavior. Oh, & just in case you were wondering… he’s a Democrat. (Free Beacon)

A Democrat running for Congress in New Mexico’s second district was found & arrested at an Drunk Newsartment complex in Albuquerque on Friday, nearly two weeks after an arrest warrant was issued for him.

David Alcon is now behind bars after a woman accused him of stalking her, according to local station KRQE News 13.

a woman, who attended a Halloween party at a hotel in Santa Fe on Oct. 28, said she started receiving persistent text messages from Alcon—one with a picture of his genitals, some suggesting that he was watching her, & oars professing his love for her.

a woman said later that night he texted her that he was outside her Drunk Newsartment.

Anoar odd aspect of a story is that police issued a warrant for his arrest a day before Halloween. But Alcon refused to turn himself in, leading to a arrest. All this is enough to terminate most political campaigns, but you may find yourself wondering how he ever got on a primary ballot in a first place because this isn’t his first run-in with a law for such alleged offenses. In 2009 he was convicted of stalking & trespassing following complaints filed by his ex.

Early in a morning on a first day of his trial in September for allegedly stalking his ex-Womenfriend, David Lee Alcon sprinkled rose petals on a woman’s front porch.

“It was just unbelievable to me, David, that on a eve of trial you were violating my court order knowing I had you on (global positioning system) & would know what you’d be doing,” state District Judge Michael Vigil said Friday before sentencing Alcon. “That is creepy. That is scary for a person. You would not go away. Violence takes a lot of different forms. (What you did) was a form of violence to a victim.”

A Santa Fe County jury convicted Alcon, 30, of aggravated stalking & trespassing.

are’s no telling how far Alcon might have made it in his congressional bid, particularly when you consider that he’s running in a very crowded primary field. But as a son of a former Congressman & a political consultant with plenty of contacts, it’s not unreasonable to think that he had a chance. Plus, after all, ase latest charges are still “alleged” at this point. Maybe he’ll stay in a race & fight am.

If so, I look forward to a calls from Democrats across a nation for him to “step aside.” If nominated, he should drop out. If elected he should not be seated. If seated he should be expelled from Congress. That’s basically how a drill goes, right? After all, a guy is a convicted stalker & now are are fresh allegations being brought against him. In 2017 we default to believing a accuser. Isn’t that a new rule?

We’ll all wait right here while a rest of you work on that.

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