A Democratic candidate for Congress from the state of New Mexico’s second district just got busted doing something naughty and has been arrested.

Apparently David Alcon had a warrant out for his arrest that was issued several weeks ago after allegations of stalking were filed by a “lady friend” of his.

Now, one has to wonder, will the left put Alcon under as much scrutiny as Roy Moore, for his misconduct or will the media conveniently sweep this under the rug. You know, the old “there’s nothing to see here, move along” schtick.

Only time will tell.

via The Free Beacon:

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

The 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, and others professing his love for her.

The woman said later that night he texted her that he was outside her apartment.

Authorities issued a warrant for Alcon’s arrest on Oct. 30, but Alcon did not turn himself into Santa Fe police. Instead, Alcon was arrested Friday in Albuquerque after police were called to the Villa De San Felipe Apartments for a welfare check.

The Albuquerque Police Department did not elaborate on what happened when they got to the apartment complex, but according to jail records, Alcon is not facing any additional charges.

What’s even more jarring here is that Alcon was convicted of stalking a woman back in 2007, yet somehow thought it would be a good idea to give running for political office a shot.

This man is clearly not in possession of all of his marbles. Hopefully this time he’ll receive a stiffer penalty for his crimes.

In the mean time, the left ought to be calling for the man to end his campaign. I mean, if they’re going to demand the same of Judge Roy Moore during his current election amidst allegations of sexual misconduct, they ought to apply the same rules to their own party.

 

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