HARVEY WEINSTEIN WAS a passionate cinephile, a risk taker, a patron of talent in film, a loving father and a monster.

For years, he was my monster.

This fall, I was approached by reporters, through different sources, including my dear friend Ashley Judd, to speak about an episode in my life that, although painful, I thought I had made peace with.

I had brainwashed myself into thinking that it was over and that I had survived; I hid from the responsibility to speak out with the excuse that enough people were already involved in shining a light on my monster. I didn’t consider my voice important, nor did I think it would make a difference.

In reality, I was trying to save myself the challenge of explaining several things to my loved ones: Why, when I had casually mentioned that I had been bullied like many others by Harvey, I had excluded a couple of details. And why, for so many years, we have been cordial to a man who hurt me so deeply. I had been proud of my capacity for forgiveness, but the mere fact that I was ashamed to describe the details of what I had forgiven made me wonder if that chapter of my life had really been resolved.

When so many women came forward to describe what Harvey had done to them, I had to confront my cowardice and humbly accept that my story, as important as it was to me, was nothing but a drop in an ocean of sorrow and confusion. I felt that by now nobody would care about my pain — maybe this was an effect of the many times I was told, especially by Harvey, that I was nobody.

We are finally becoming conscious of a vice that has been socially accepted and has insulted and humiliated millions of girls like me, for in every woman there is a girl. I am inspired by those who had the courage to speak out, especially in a society that elected a president who has been accused of sexual harassment and assault by more than a dozen women and whom we have all heard make a statement about how a man in power can do anything he wants to women.

Well, not anymore.



Trump’s Tweet of ‘Sexual Innuendo’ Toward Gillibrand Must Be Condemned


Marie Harf called on Republicans to speak out against President Trump for the “sexual innuendo” he expressed in a tweet blasting Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.)

Trump targeted the junior New York senator Tuesday morning, calling Gillibrand a “lightweight” and claiming she asked him for campaign donations and “would do anything for them.”

The broadside came after Gillibrand called on Trump to resign over the numerous and “credible” allegations of sexual misconduct against him.

Harf said the tweet represents a new low for Trump and called on Republicans to condemn his message.

“The president of the United States made basically a tweet that has sexual innuendo in it. I think we can all agree there is only one way to read his tweet toward Senator Gillibrand,” said Harf, formerly a State Department communications official in the Obama administration.

She called Trump a “jerk” and a bully for the tweet, arguing this type of behavior would not be accepted from a CEO or anyone else.

“He’s the president,” she ended.

Gillibrand responded on Twitter and later called it a “sexist smear” that was intended to silence her and other women.

SOURCE: Fox News Insider

Pelosi: It Was Horrible When We Found Out Bill Clinton Could Be Sued For Sexual Harassment



Blind political allegiance trumps her “feminist” ideology.


House Minority Leader Nancy People (D-CA) said it was “horrible” and “terrible” when she found out that former President Bill Clinton could be taken to court by Paula Jones over accusations that Clinton sexually harassed her.

Pelosi was answering a reporter’s questions on Tuesday about President Trump’s recent feud with Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) when she told a story about the day she found out President Bill Clinton could be taken to court over sexual harassment allegations.

In the 1990s, Jones alleged that Clinton sexually harassed her while she worked as a state employee in Arkansas, a claim that Clinton denied.

Pelosi at first struggled to remember Jones name before remarking that the court’s decision that Jones could take Bill Clinton to court was “horrible” and “terrible.”

In the end, Clinton and Jones settled the case out of court for $850,000.

Defiant Judge Roy Moore Pulls a Hillary — REFUSES TO CONCEDE in Alabama Senate Election (VIDEO)


Republican Judge Roy Moore refuses to concede the Alabama Senate race. The candidate told his supporters Tuesday night that they have to “Realize when the vote is this close, it is not over.”

Give it up “Cowboy” and hop on your horse and ride into the sunset! You really didn’t think you had a chance in hell being elected did you….With the Sexual Misconduct accusations hanging over your head if elected you would be an anchor and embarrassment  to the GOP………Papa Mike

De Blasio Admin Endangers And Insults NYC Corrections Officers By Having Kaepernick Visit Prisoners At Rikers


Via NY Post:

The city allowed Colin Kaepernick to make a surprise visit to Rikers Island Tuesday to meet with inmates — enraging correction officers who feel the stunt will only endanger them.

The former San Francisco 49ers star spoke to groups of inmates during two 45 minute sessions at the jail’s George Motchan Detention Center Tuesday morning where he pontificated on social justice issues and talked about his decision to kneel during the national anthem, sparking nationwide outrage.

“That’s crazy to me to have a person like Colin Kaepernick in prison talking about police brutality,” said an officer who attended the event. “It was insulting for me to be there.”

“In the inmate’s eyes, we are the police when they’re locked up.”

Here’s Kaepernick’s ‘police are pigs’ socks.

Man Saving Bunny From A Wildfire Apparently Shows ‘Everything Wrong With Whiteness’


Via Daily Caller:

A man who heroically saved a bunny from a California wildfire apparently shows “everything wrong with whiteness,” according to an article published Monday.

Damon Young, editor-in-chief of the digital magazine Very Smart Brothas (VSB), and a columnist for GQ.com, wrote an article criticizing a Thursday BBC video capturing a man identified as Caleb Wadman rescuing a bunny from a wildfire, reported The Root.

The article called “The Video of the Man Saving the Rabbit From the Fire Captures Everything Wrong With Whiteness in 30 Seconds,” filed under the category “WHITE PEOPLE” makes the argument that Wadman rescuing the bunny from flames shows that white people care more about animals than African-Americans.

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