Sexual harassment list so far.

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Sexual harassment list so far.

Post by justme » Tue Nov 21, 2017 7:17 am

I posted something the other day about this and didn't look at it closely. I've been try to find an informative list of these depraved insects that isn't skewed to the left or to the right.

I'm not into this partisan crap deep enough to know if any of these sources are partisan, but I do know that if I compile enough links that don't repeat eachother we can get enough truth out of them all to really get a look at who these people are and how influential they are.

http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/wir ... t-51230660

http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/25/us/list-o ... index.html

https://www.axios.com/men-accused-of-se ... 18717.html

My first reaction to all of this as to think it was only a hit piece on liberal men as I remember Rodger Ailes and Bill Orilly gettng tossed out on their keyster and the media was pretty much silent about this.

Now, it is growing by leaps and bounds, as it should be. This is a serious issue that simply degrads everyone around it. The women who are abused and those who conceal these bastards for their own expediance. The abusers don't care. That's why they do it in the first place. Because they can and they think their supporters will cover for them, which many have.

Now, that the cats out of the bag Those people who have facilitated these picks are doing their fancy footwork, trying to keep the spotlight off of them and some are trying to say how shocked they are about all of this.

Truth is truth and the truth of the matter is that these guys got away with it mostly because those people in the know personally profited by their silence. Either by getting the jobs they were looking for, keeping the jobs they had or by political expedience.

Where were all the selfless people out there who would do something about this because it would have been the right thing to do, no matter what the consequences were?

These people who allowed this should also be named and shamed for their selfcentered silence. What was done was meerly to pospone the enevitable, because no matter what, we all pay for the wrongs we do in this world. Even if we are not cought, we live with the worry and anxiety that we will be found out and the knowledge that we were such cowards that we allowed evil not only to continue, but to thrive.

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Post by justme » Tue Nov 21, 2017 2:39 pm

You can add Rep. John Conyers and Glenn Thrush to the list

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/jo ... a88c1ca584

https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyl ... 225582d7d1


Are we about to see an all female congress or what. Would kindof be nice for our gropper and chief to try and get his agenda through that.

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Post by sohy » Wed Nov 22, 2017 1:43 pm

Was Trump on any of those lists? So far, 13 women have accused him but so far, nothing has been done. Why is that? Shouldn't this be our most important concern? Why do we ask a Senator to step down while we still have a sexual predator in the oval office? Shouldn't we start at the top and then work down?

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