Charlie Rose, Al Franken and Roy Moore: The harassment allegations continue
Before we know it, there are not going to be many big wig executives left standing. They are all falling like the Big Domino Game.
Now we have Charlie Rose with is neck in a noose. He admitted and apologized for his sexual misconduct all in one sentence.
Rose, the co-host of “CBS This Morning” and a “60 Minutes” correspondent, as well as the owner and creator of his nightly PBS program, gave the Post a statement:
“It is essential that these women know I hear them and that I deeply apologize for my inappropriate behavior. I am greatly embarrassed. I have behaved insensitively at times, and I accept responsibility for that, though I do not believe that all of these allegations are accurate. I always felt that I was pursuing shared feelings, even though I now realize I was mistaken.”
Shame on him and the rest of the bully perverts.
These are a few of the the top listers in the sexual harassment hall of fame.
This is probably just the tip of the ass grabbers, boob brushers and sexual deviates list, who through the years have covered up their misbehaving, in some cases and crimes against women in other cases, by paying them off or putting the fear of God in them to keep quiet.
In all fairness, I think there is a tipping point between molestation, harassment and accidental encounters. To compare a rapist to a guy that casually or accidentally brushed against a women is unfair.
It is not a common thing, but I have seen women slap a guy on his ass in a joking manner. It that to be considered sexual harassment? What should be good for the goose, should be good for the gooser.
Should what Joking Joe Biden does be considered sexual harassment or is his day in court just around the corner?? This guy that is admired so intently by all of the Demo-PC-ers. He is probably one of the worst offenders when it comes to being out of line with the ladies. Are his intentions malicious or is he just a pain in the ass? I will say door # 2.
Like everything else in our money mongering world; where there is a few dollar$ to be made, the rats come out of the wood work.
On the flip side of the dollar; if anyone tries to discredit or shake down a person with false accusations for the sake of the buck or 15 minutes of fame, they also should be held accountable and prosecuted. There is nothing worse or can permanently damage a persons reputation then be accused of a crime they did not commit.
I absolutely agree; if any man, or any women for that matter, actually crosses the line, they should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, no matter who they are. Wild Bill is the best example of a guy; WHO GOT AWAY WITH IT.
I know I posted this 1,000 times and will continue to do so with every opportunity I have. The man should have been impeached regardless of the repercussions.
If this hail storm trend continues with it’s snow-BALLING effect, just about everyone that has attended an office party can find themselves standing before some guy with a gavel in his hand.
If the hatchet keeps falling, there are going to be a multitude of vacant seats to fill.
I would like to put it out there as a JUST IN CASE. To all of the news media organizations that just shit canned their honchos, I am available to fill that hole or empty seat. Am I clean as the board of health? Probably not BUT I will be up front before I sit in the big chair.
Prosecute the offenders and send the phony accusers to the slams.
The Rule of BUTT, what is good for the goose, should be good for the goosers!!