I watched the first 34 minutes of Tucker Carlson last night.
DJ Waldow
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It’s getting worse and worse for Harvey Weinstein in the media and in the eyes of the public. Sometimes people with wealth and power let it go to their head, and abuse their power. The more they get away with it, the more arrogant they become. SOME of these women may be “gold diggers” who used sex to unfairly advance their careers in competition with, and at the expense of, equally talented and attractive women who refused to have sex with “the boss”, but MOST of them do not sound that way. They wanted a fair chance at a job based on their talent, and were taken advantage of against their will. Under our laws, everyone is presumed innocent until proven guilty, so we cannot judge until there is a trial. It is unjust that wealthy people can hire high-priced attorneys to bully or pay off people who have been abused. Non-disclosure agreements were meant for things like trade secrets and copyrights, not to cover up crimes. Attorneys who suborn perjury or intimidate complainants or witnesses are themselves guilty of a crime.

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