After being the first Democratic representative to call on Rep. John Conyers to leave Congress over sexual harassment settlements, Rep. Kathleen Rice appeared on CNN to again take on her colleague. CNN’s Chris Cuomo kicked off the interview asking why she wants Conyers to resign, despite his denials of the allegations. “Because enough is enough,” Rice replied. “What I am voicing, publicly, is what ever single private citizen is saying across America.” “Why are the rules for politicians in Washington different then they are for everyone else?” Rice asked, noting that other accused sexual deviants — like Harvey Weinstein and Louis C. Continue reading "Dem Rep. Calls on Conyers to Resign: ‘Is There Going to be Any Level of Accountability?’"
“Why are the rules for politicians in Washington different than they are for everyone else?” Rep. Kathleen Rice explains why she is calling on fellow Dem Rep. John Conyers to resign following sexual harassment accusations pic.twitter.com/1IbtPvIU2v— New Day (@NewDay) November 24, 2017
Conversations with 10 employees in the company’s television and digital departments — a mix of reporters, correspondents and editors — revealed a sinking sense of morale at Vice’s Williamsburg headquarters. There is an assumption that the claims in the Daily Beast story will not be the last. Many of those same Vice employees said the company’s leadership has exacerbated an already-tense situation. And some female staff members lamented how awkward it’s made the current news cycle.One reporter told CNN, “It Continue reading "Vice Employees Slam Company’s Weak Response to Sexual Harassment: ‘Astoundingly Tone-Deaf’"
The hurricane of sexual harassment scandals that have rocked Hollywood, the media, and recently Capitol Hill, but CNN reporter Dylan Byers had a different take.
On Tuesday evening, he tweeted the following:
He was making a reference to many of the high-profile figures that were hit with sexual harassment allegations including Kevin Spacey, Jeffrey Tambor, John Lasseter, Charlie Rose, Mark Halperin, and Glenn Thrush, all who have either stepped down or had been suspended or fired. Twitter didn’t exactly appreciate Byers’ tweet.
You’re surely talking about the women who never had full careers in media and entertainment, right? Because that is the only tweet that would make sense right now…— Casey Quinlan (@thatcaseyquin) November 22, 2017
Yeah geez what on Earth will we do without the sociopathy of the Kevin Spaceys and Harvey Weinsteins of the world, won’t someone think of BretContinue reading "CNN Reporter Slammed for Tweet Noting ‘Incredible Drain of Talent’ Due to Harassment Scandals"