In my post about overreaction and hysteria, I wrote about the Boston Globe‘s editor Brian McGrory who a former Globe employee is accusing of sending her inappropriate “sext-type texts,” or otherwise misconduct of a sexual nature. In a text responding to her questions on writing, he asked her, “What do you generally wear when you write?” (That sounds like a “just kidding” kind of thing to me, no?)
So, she’s publicly accusing him of stuff, and the Globe is investigating. Now the Globe is suing the former employee for more information on the text to see if those texts occurred while she was still their employee, and Brian McGrory may sue her for what his lawyer says are “defamatory” tweets about his alleged inappropriate tweets, and “falsely suggesting that Mr. McGrory had engaged in workplace sexual harassment,” according to CBS Boston.
Apparently, the two actually dated in the past, and she was never under his supervision as a Globe employee. This whole thing is just nutso.
Meanwhile, Morgan Freeman responds to accusations that he has acted inappropriately toward women, and he says, “All victims of assault and harassment deserve to be heard…But it is not right to equate horrific incidents of sexual assault with misplaced compliments or humor.”
Thanks to government-controlled education in Amerika, I think a lot of people are having a hard time really understanding what actually would be “inappropriate” in texts, emails, on the phone and in person. People’s judgment is not clear now. And unfortunately, there are people who don’t seem to be able to see the difference between physical invasiveness or coercion (like with Bill Cosby and allegedly Harvey Weinstein) and someone merely being or attempting to be humorous, especially verbally.
Speaking of the Boston Globe, one of its columnists,
In her recent column, Graham wrote, “It’s another manifestation of the divisive respectability politics fostered by self-appointed cultural gatekeepers who scold black people for not behaving the ‘right’ way. And ‘right’ usually means whatever curries approval from a majority of white people.” And, “He should know that black respectability means nothing to white supremacists.” And, “Racists don’t care whether African-Americans can play a trumpet concerto or freestyle a rhyme.”
Really, Ms. Graham? And why should we care what racists care about anyway? She’s making it sound like what racists think actually matters in any way whatsoever. And does she really believe that “‘right’ usually means whatever curries approval from a majority of white people”? Black people can’t condemn other black people for rapping about “bitches and hoes” constantly, and calling others n******? Condemning the rap gutter language is “acting white” to those who are brainwashed to believe such nonsense.
Speaking of nonsense, in Florida Parkman high school shooting “survivor” David Camera Hogg (as Rush Limbaugh rightfully calls him) staged a mass “die-in” at several Publix grocery stores, to protest the company’s contributions to anti-gun-control candidates. So Publix now says it will no longer make political contributions. That’ll teach them, Hogg.
If it were my business I’d have told them to leave the premises or they’d be arrested and charged with trespassing and being a public nuisance. And if they didn’t leave, they would be arrested and charged with trespassing and being a public nuisance. I know, it’s the government police I’d be calling, but who else at this time of security monopolization by government would protect me from these ignorant morons (driving away customers), these dangerous fascists who naively believe that disarming innocent people and making them defenseless would make would-be shooters decide not to go do their shooting? Again, thanks to the government schools themselves, people really think that way.