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Seems the Hollywood Academy Regrets Their Hasty Decision to Banish Harvey Weinstein

Although, not for the reasons you think.

You see, Hollywood had forgotten their past 20-30 years of moral outrage had always been pretend, or at least selective, but once Harvey was dispatched, that outrage sated, there was a flood of new charges against many more stars, many, actually most, disputed. And no proof other than a complaint. Often several years old. Even against Weinstein, the only charges against him that stuck were those covered by settlement agreements (and associated non-disclosure agreements).

Worse, it seems gay men, a protected species in Hollywood, are as culpable as straight guys.

As we know from Bill Cosby, these kinds of charges don’t do well in front of juries. Which is why the Allred girls (Gloria and daughter Lisa Bloom) chose to be paid up-front just for getting the charges in front of compliant gossip-media, which, thanks to Donald Trump, they’ve all become. I get the sense the Allred girls aren’t good with juries either. (That Sincerity seminar they attended in Ought-3 seems to be running like cheap mascara.)

But the most damaging hammer to the Academy and its board members is that as the list grows, from Kevin Spacy, Dustin Hoffman, Ben Affleck, and Louis CK, (already eloquently defended by Dave Chappelle, who said what Louis did didn’t offend him, it made him laugh), the number of Hollywood celebrities who knew or probably knew, or should grown is also growing. Since #HeKnew and #SheKnew has already been laid on the bosoms of some of Hollywood’s elite about Harvey, silence has become a co-conspirator which may condemn more and more of the Academy membership, who now appear to be hypocritical and unfit to stand in judgment of any other Academy member by selectively singling out only one for banishment and then wash their hands and walk away[…]

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