Would you agree that the biggest scandal for Trump during the campaign was when a 2005 recording of him surfaced, using a vulgar phrase.
It’s remarkable that in Trump’s entire life, there has never been a credible complaint of sexual harassment against him.
Now look at no less than the liberal New York Times:
Decades of Sexual Harassment Accusations Against Harvey Weinstein
You may not know Weinstein well. But I bet you know his movies:
Shakespeare in Love. Kill Bill. Chicago. Starring beautiful young actresses, like Rose McGowan, Jennifer Lawrence and Ashley Judd.
The stories are gross, and the New York Times found dozens of them.
Today, “everyone” is saying Weinstein’s behaviour was “an open secret” all along, yet it’s just coming out?
Weinstein hosted a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton. He made 13 visits to the Obama White House — more than most world leaders did. The Obamas sent their daughter, Malia, to intern with him.
So what will happen to him, after these damning revelations?
Oh, nothing. He’s going to take some “tutoring”.
Yeah, you’ve got to hear the official statement he and his celebrity feminist lawyer, Lisa Bloom, came up with. The same lawyer who went after Bill Cosby and Bill O’Reilly for sexual harassment. She’s on board with Weinstein.
Because they’re both Democrats. And Democrats always get a pass for sexual harassment and rape.
(Ask Monica Lewinsky. Or Mary Lou Kopechne — oh, right, she’s dead.)
Weinstein even squeezes in the recent Las Vegas shooting, and vows to shut down the National Rifle Association:
“I am going to need a place to channel that anger, so I've decided that I'm going to give the NRA my full attention.”
That’s Hollywood. And the media. And Washington.
The people who tell you how to live, and tell you you’re "deplorable."
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