"Whoever controls work and wages, controls morals." Susan B. Anthony, Women's Suffrage Movement
November 22, 2017
By: Linda Case Gibbons
It's scary to even go to work nowadays.
You never know if your boss is going to run around in his birthday suit, and then apologize, saying he didn't mean to be "so insensitive."
And to make things worse, if you tell people about it, they think it's no big deal.
Hands on your breasts? Oh. You have a photo to prove it? Well, maybe it was just a "mock-hands-on-your-breasts" incident.
That's what MSNBC reporter Kasie Hunt said about the picture of a sleeping Leeann Tweeden, on a military plane, returning from a USO tour, with Al Franken's hands on her breasts.
Franken, Hunt explained, was "potentially, not actually groping, but mock-groping her while she was asleep."
Yes, Kasie. That was probably what the senator was doing.
Pick any industry, and there are more and more stories like this coming out every day.
Everybody and his brother in a power position, seems to be masturbating right and left, or engaging in deviant sexual activities. And there are so many accusers and abusers, people have become numb to the seriousness of the situation.
These men, seriously sick sexual predators, need to be medically evaluated in the way criminally sexual predators are evaluated.
They are not randy old guys, who made a "misstep" at Disney, or who can be "cured" by flying off to a toney rehab center for a couple of weeks, away from the paparazzi, like Harvey.
"Did they pull the wings off flies when they were kids? Tie Molotov cocktails to the tails of cats?"
Somebody should ask.
Fantasizing about drugging 60 Minutes reporter Leslie Stahl, and raping her in a closet isn't an SNL skit that any normal man would create. And terrorizing boys in the Old Vic and on the set of House of Cards isn't either.
Normal people don't do that kind of thing.
All of this can probably be traced to Bill. He was impeached, on charges stemming from the Paula Jones sexual harassment lawsuit.
The Senate acquitted him, and the Left covered for him, dismissing the impeachment thing as no big deal, because, "It was just about sex."
And then there's the tragic U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner.
Legislating for the 9th Congressional District of New York was the last thing on Weiner's mind back in 2011, when he was in the House gym locker room, taking selfies.
Both men were treated pretty well, considering, and it was probably because politicians in Washington were doing the same thing.
This week a Congressional "Hush Sexual Harassment Fund" was "discovered." And yesterday, 88-year-old Michigan Rep. John Conyers joined the club, accused of paying thousands of taxpayer dollars to a woman employed in his office, for, you guessed it.
Do not listen to what the mainstream media and Hollywood movies try to sell you, attempting to normalize sick behavior.
Manners and morals are still alive and kicking, and people are disgusted at these depraved men who walk among us, unapologetic, acting sexually entitled, and using their positions to effectuate their personal sexual fantasies.
Well, except for Louis C.K. He admitted he did what they said he did.
"These stories are true," he said. "At the time, I said to myself that what I did was okay because I never showed a woman my d*** without asking first."
And Hillary Clinton praised him for his admission.
Luckily, with all this insanity going on, we have experts who can tell us what to do.
Like Bryan Cranston.
In a BBC interview, Cranston held out hope for these sexually confused men.
"If the men in question proved that they worked to rehabilitate themselves," Cranston said, "and are genuinely repentant and remorseful for what they did, then it would be up to us to determine, case by case, whether this person deserves a second chance.
"We shouldn't say, 'To hell with him, rot and go away from us for the rest of your life.' Let's be bigger than that."
No. Let's not.
These men have gotten too good at humiliating the women in their lives, and it's time for a different approach, maybe doing some hard time, in the cell next to Anthony Weiner.
Hold the line, America.