“So far no congressional Democrat has called for a House Ethics Committee investigation into Ellison…”
Living in the gray.
“What happened to me was a sexual assault, and then I was fired for not participating.”
“The tweet is sick and irresponsible and USSS has been notified.”
“The world has changed in just the last year.”
“Maybe I’m just an old-fashioned person.”
“He spoke accurately…and sincerely”
“I was mad at me.”
“I have never talked to her”
“First time he’s facing the same justice system as the rest of us.”
“If I add context it quickly becomes victim-blaming…”
“…the prior good deed provides a ‘license’ that allows one to perform morally questionable behavior later on.”
“His hypocrisy is epic.”
“The defense has argued in court papers that Weinstein could have been involved in planting the drugs.”
“People said what they wanted to you, people did what they wanted to you.”
“Brokaw used to be a total dog, and everyone knows it.”
“…we do not intend to comment further.”
“I don’t feel that way here, I really don’t, I love Tom.”
“I told management they had a problem…”
“I was ambushed and then perp walked across the pages of The Washington Post and Variety as an avatar of male misogyny…”
Yet another “open secret”?
“These guys are already planning their comebacks!”
“They’re there to be eye candy…”
This should have been a no-brainer.
Good news, GOP. The seat looks competitive.
“…this is our team, these are the people who are supposed to be with us”
A “reset presidency”?
“Powerful women can act the same way as powerful men.”
Sports Illustrated responds to #MeToo movement
A freedom-based proposal for any era.
What about Hillary?
“I’ve set a goal for myself to [f***] you.”
“Activist bitches supporting bitches.”
“We know the difference between a rapist, a workplace harasser, and an Aziz Ansari.”
“…I know now it is not my fault.”
“I cried the whole ride home. At that point I felt violated. That last hour was so out of my hand.”