Hillary Clinton so shocked and appalled at the Dem’s big donor’s behaviour that she’ll be handing back all the money….or will she?…Marr didn’t ask the very obvious question.
Maybe Clinton was in fact shocked and appalled at Marr’s interview…it did seem as if rather than setting out to actually quiz Clinton with some tough questions, such as her own husband’s abuse of power to pull the girls, [Clinton was allowed to brush that off], Marr was using the interview to attack Trump, which oddly enough seemed to be Clinton’s aim as well…Marr and Clinton working together to smear the President…no bias there.
Marr allowed Clinton to claim Trump was a self-admitted sex attacker when in fact all he has done is make sexist comments in private, he then asked if Trump and Weinstein were ‘deep down the same kind of person’. So let’s be clear, Marr is suggesting Trump is a possible serial rapist, sex abuser and bully who uses his power to make women do what he wants judging by the allegations against Weinstein. Just astonishing that such accusations can so casually slip off the tongue of a BBC journalist making the most outrageous, poisonous and damaging of accusations just because he doesn’t like Trump.
Marr then doubles up on the toxic and malign disparagement aimed at Trump by suggesting he hates women. I would have thought that it was perfectly obvious that the opposite is true….he has done much to advance women’s careers and has promoted many to his administration.
This was more anti-Trump character assassination than a useful interview, Marr making little attempt to get under the skin of Clinton and rattle her cage….he even allowed her to make an assinine comparison that ‘proves’ Trump hates women….apparently his cold shouldering of Merkel and his warm approach to May is evidence of this hatred…not sure how that works…only in Clinton’s bitter little brain. Astonishing how bitter these left-wing losers are….Remoaners and Dems.
Wonder if all those ‘brave’ women whose careers were launched from Weinstein’s casting couch will be handing back the ill-gotten gains….their success won by allowing themselves to be bullied or cajoled into ‘prostituting’ themselves….they could have said ‘no’ but didn’t because they feared for their careers. An excuse this morning…Weinstein was so powerful he could destroy their careers if they talked so they didn’t talk….so their careers came first [no pun intended] before naming and shaming a possible rapist…and why did Rose McGowan ‘report’ Weinstein to an Amazon executive and not the police? She now attacks Amazon but takes no responsibility herself? So brave.
Addressing Amazon chief executive Jeff Bezos on Twitter, McGowan – who has appeared in Scream, The Black Dahlia and TV series Charmed – criticised the company for doing business with Weinstein.
“I told the head of your studio that HW raped me,” she wrote. “Over & over I said it. He said it hadn’t been proven. I said I was the proof.”
Marr’s characterisation of Trump as a woman hater is shameless, and shameful, fake news that is just the ‘liberal elite’ hitting out at someone who doesn’t play by their rules….he could report this…
President Donald Trump signed two laws on Tuesday that authorize NASA and the National Science Foundation to encourage women and girls to get into STEM fields. Those are science, technology, engineering and math.
The Inspire Act directs NASA to promote STEM fields to women and girls, and encourage women to pursue careers in aerospace.
“It’s not fair and it’s not even smart,” Trump said of the low percentage of women with STEM degrees who actually work in the field. About a quarter of the women with STEM degrees work in the field.
Or this…from the anti-Trump Washington Post which makes the mistake in its overall analysis of thinking that because Trump insults some women it means he hates women…rather than thinking that these are insults directed at the person, such as Clinton, regardless of their sex…..
Many women who have worked closely with Trump say he was a corporate executive ahead of his time in providing career advancement for women. While some say he could be boorish, his companies nurtured and promoted women in an otherwise male-dominated industry. Several women said they appreciated how Trump granted them entry to a new playing field.
“From the standpoint of being a woman, I just thought he was phenomenal,” said Sunshine, 74. “So supportive and encouraging. . . . He gave me the ropes, and I could either hang myself or prove myself.”
Jennifer Crisafulli-Oberting, 43, a contestant on the Trump reality TV show “The Apprentice” who went on to promote the show in media appearances with Trump, said she felt she was being welcomed into the “boys’ club” — but on her terms.
“You were like one of the guys right off the bat, but you didn’t have to act or dress like one of the guys,” she said.
Trump often told the women he employed and worked with that he valued those he believed would stand their ground on construction sites and in legal battles. He called Barbara Res, whom he put in charge of the construction of his now-iconic Trump Tower in 1980, “a killer,” she recalled. And he used to tell her and others that “men are better than women, but a good woman is better than 10 good men.”
“He wasn’t discriminatory against women that I saw,” said Res, now in her 60s and owner of a construction consultancy.