Why did Harvey Weinstein recently lose his media-protection when his sexual predation, known in Hollywood for decades, went viral? What was his real crime? Why did the pejorative and sinful NY Times blow his cover like they’ve done in the past when someone famous is targeted for character assassination, rendering them untouchable. It’s usually brought to bear against conservatives, like Bill O’Reilly and Eric Bolling – two popular Fox talk show hosts castigated mostly for their political views.
We expect that on the right. Conservatives are hunted ruthlessly.
But Harvey Weinstein is a legitimate predator who was any up-and-coming starlet’s worst nightmare. For a democrat, held to a different standard, Harvey was an acknowledged serial deviate who used his make-or-break power freely, protected by an assortment of powerful leftist politicians like Hillary Clinton, the Obama’s, many within the Democratic Party, the media and friends within the entertainment industry. He offered them clout and money in exchange for their allegiance.
He employed a posse of well paid PR image shapers and attorneys who worked hard to keep Weinstein’s reputation as clean as possible – no easy feat.
So how did a bleeding-heart-liberal carnivore end up like this?
Weinstein apparently had some verboten regard for his fellow Jews and Israel that may have led to his personal destruction. It was unusual since he was known to exhibit disgraceful anti-Israel behavior befitting a progressive. About one month ago he announced his intention to make a movie based on Leon Uris’s Warsaw Ghetto novel Mila 18 – an empowering story about the Jewish Warsaw resistance fighters who fought a courageous and losing battle against the Nazis. A real story depicting Jews heroically and something the anti-Zionist NY Times would not tolerate.
Both J.J Gross in The Times of Israel and Rabbi Aryeh Spero in the American Thinker believe the Times took him down because he supported Jews with guns and strong Israeli self-defense
In fact, “at the annual Algemeiner Dinner in NYC, Weinstein openly praised the Israelis and how they are willing to fight,” sentiments he should not have divulged.
Weinstein’s platform wasn’t impregnable. He seemed to lack awareness about how far he could go. His grandiosity overwhelmed any better judgment he may have had. In this instance, he seemingly crossed the line from left to right.
The NY Times struck hard. Once Weinstein’s cover was breached, famous actresses including his wife lined up to denigrate him for behavior they did not reveal before. They feigned a calculated outrage that shouldn’t impress. Some of these women worked collaboratively with him until they felt compelled to join the Harvey-hate cortege.
Their decades long silence condoned his crimes.
But there were women who came out against Weinstein, outraged women who claimed he’d raped them, forcing vaginal or oral sex among other violations. When they threatened to reveal his abuse he either bought their silence or used scare tactics to shut them down.
Rose McGowan must be acknowledged here. Before this scandal broke, she was already, in her words, a “feminist whistleblowing badass.” claiming she was raped by a powerful Hollywood figure. She’s that rare courageous woman who spoke out against the culture of silence.
Meanwhile, Hollywood progressives attack Trump, a juvenile and hysterical condemnation sanctioned by a culture of hate that manipulates their lives. It’s overreach used by short-sighted celebrities like Ashley Judd, a silent victim of Weinstein abuse, who spews venom against the current administration which she somehow justifies amidst our disrespect for her twisted misunderstanding.
Hollywood’s image is tarnished by Weinstein’s lack of dignity. We’re disgusted by the despicable culture it reveals. Is it epidemic? Many say yes and suggest it goes far beyond that.
Corey Feldman, a well known child actor of the 80s tells us, “I can tell you that the number one problem in Hollywood was, and is, and always will be pedophilia. That’s the biggest problem, for children in this industry. . . It’s all done under the radar . . . it’s the big secret. I was literally surrounded by them when I was 14…….they were everywhere, like vultures.” He describes how he and fellow former child star Corey Haim (now dead) were constantly fed drugs and taken advantage of.
Female degradation and pedophilia reign supreme in Hollywood. It’s a tawdry reality and a pathology rooted deep.
Did you know, “Since President Donald Trump has been sworn in on Jan. 20, authorities have arrested an unprecedented number of sexual predators involved in child sex trafficking rings in the United States. This should be one of the biggest stories in the national news. Instead, the mainstream media has barely, if at all, covered any of these mass pedophile arrests.”
A Trump tweet: “Got to do something about these missing children grabbed by the perverts. Too many incidents – fast trial, death penalty.”
The Democratic party and MSM are steeped in obfuscation. Their silence tells us all we need to know.
It may explain why NBC shut down Ronan Farrow’s well researched investigative piece which brought forward police reports, video corroborating evidence, information from alleged Weinstein victims. Farrow eventually published his piece in The New Yorker which included harrowing descriptions of Weinstein’s behavior from women including Asia Argento, Rosanna Arquette and Mira Sorvino. NBC inexplicably stopped Farrow’s piece, a story that was about to explode. It was probably a too little, too late progressive Weinstein cover-up. The New York Times had no trepidation about stealing their thunder. NBC should be remembered for deceitfully handing off the Trump Access Hollywood ‘pussy’ tape to the Washington Post.
Weinstein’s abuse of power also reveals plenty about the women who played in his pond. Their behavior affirms their lack of self-regard, their availability to powerful men as long as they got what they wanted, their fear of expressing the truth. Bottom-feeder attorney, Lisa Bloom, a Weinstein enabler and feminist-impersonator defends men who degrade women. Rose McGowan claims Bloom offering her millions to say, ‘Harvey changed’.
Hollywood actresses like Meryl Streep played her progressivism like she acts, with a methodical self-discipline. She repulsively made clear her love for Weinstein and disgust for Trump. She’s suddenly gone silent. For many, her behavior diminishes anything she did that might have mattered.
We wonder why women in-the-know and in those circles didn’t warn younger women to watch out for this pervert. A kind of covert buddy warning system. Don’t they preach female regard within their progressive ethos?
Truth is, the feminist movement doesn’t support these women who are blindsided by a Hollywood-wielded fascism that outlaws conservative views and embraces female degradation entrenched in a culture of silence around powerful men. For that matter, they don’t support Islamic women who are dehumanized and treated like chattel.
The feminism we see today is a fraud.
Which brings us to Hillary. Her behavior, never virtuous, has hit a low that should embarrass those with the acumen to grasp it. Her conclusion from all of this is that we have a sexual assaulter in the Oval Office. Is she referring to her husband Bill? She should be, but no, she means Trump. Along with that, she ignores her support for Harvey Weinstein finally declaring the usual words of condemnation like ‘shocked’ and ‘appalled’ that are supposed to convince us that she had no idea how bad Harvey really was. That of course is preposterous. Few believe much of what she says anyway. On top of that the Clinton Foundation took in large donations from Weinstein they don’t intend to return. They need the money. The Clinton Foundation has lost its fiscal credibility.
She’s the feminist, the crusader for women’s rights, right? Wrong. She admires the women who are condemning Weinstein while forgetting how she tore apart Bill Clinton’s sex abuse victims who accused him of rape.
Along with Harvey, we can conclude that Hillary Clinton is a serial abuser of the American people.
Those who know Harvey dispelled his egregious behavior with a phrase that may haunt them now. Their lame justification for his behavior:
Oh, that’s just Harvey.
No longer! Game over!