SEE VIDEO: Liam Neeson Said It's A "Witch Hunt"!

Actor Liam Neeson has stated that the #metoo movement has sparked a "witch hunt", with many being accused of sexual misconduct who likely did nothing wrong.

From Page Six:

Actor Liam Neeson says the Hollywood sexual harassment scandal has sparked “a bit of a witch hunt.”

Asked about the issue on the Irish broadcaster RTE, Neeson said: “There’s some people, famous people, being suddenly accused of touching some girl’s knee or something and suddenly they’re being dropped from their program.”

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Posted Saturday, January 13, 2018

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#MeToo "Victim" Is Headed To Trial!

A woman accused of lying about being raped has opted to stand trial for her crimes. From The NY Post: The case of a former Connecticut college student accused of lying about being raped by two university football players is headed to trial. The Connecticut Post reports 19-year-old Nikki Yovino rejected a plea deal Wednesday in Bridgeport Superior Court. Prosecutors offered a two-year prison sentence and a judge offered one-year sentence. The judge set a trial date of Feb. 21. The native of South Setauket, New York, accused two Sacred Heart University football players of sexually assaulting her during an October 2016 party. The players said the sex was consensual. Read more: (Link: Please share and comment!

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He's Backing Off His #MeToo Counter-Campaign!

Russell Simmons is ending his innocence #NotMe campaign to combat sexual misconduct allegations against him. From Page Six: Russell Simmons has put his #NotMe campaign on ice, Page Six has exclusively learned. After the mogul’s fiery crusade to clear his name over sexual misconduct allegations went mysteriously quiet, his reps told us that Simmons had instead decided “that this is a time for women to speak.” In November and December, the Def Jam co-founder was accused of various forms of sexual misconduct — including rape and attempted rape — by some 13 women. Although he stepped down from his businesses, Simmons said on Instagram that he was committed to proving his innocence. On Dec. 14, he wrote, “Today, I begin to properly defend myself. I will prove without any doubt that I am innocent of all rape charges. Today, I will focus on ‘The Original Sin’ [referring to model Keri Claussen Khalighi, who accused him in the LA Times of rape], the claim that created this insane pile on of my #MeToo.” Simmons said that he would then address the claims by Jenny Lumet, the screenwriter who claimed that he sexually violated her. Read more: (Link: Please share and comment!

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Did Anyone Else Notice What Was Wrong With Oprah’s Celebrated #Metoo Speech?

On Sunday, Oprah Winfrey delivered a speech at the Golden Globe awards that was well received by media and her Hollywood Colleagues. There were a number of things wrong with the #Metoo speech and Daily Wire editor Ben Shapiro has laid out a list of them. As reported by The Daily Wire: On Sunday evening, Oprah Winfrey received the Cecille B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award. She proceeded to launch into an emotional speech about the power of women to fight back against sexism and sexual malfeasance — a speech that led to widespread celebration in Hollywood, where everyone knew about the problem of sexual harassment and assault and nobody did anything for years, but where one speech from the most powerful woman in the history of media can apparently cure all ills. Oprah’s speech was quite good, of course. She’s a terrific performer, and she’s world famous for her ability to connect with her audience on a personal level. The speech led NBC to tweet out its support for her presidential candidacy, and led actress Reese Witherspoon to elevate Oprah to the level of Jesus:

So, what was so special about the speech? Not much, in truth. Oprah didn’t name any names. She didn’t explain where she had been for the prior several decades, as all of this unfolded. She didn’t encourage any serious measures against sexual harassment and assault. She channeled the feelings of many women, which is terrific, for what it’s worth — but it isn’t as though women have been met with scorn and hatred for telling their stories of sexual assault and harassment. The level of national sympathy for victims has been overwhelming, as it should be. In fact, there were several rather insulting moments in Oprah’s speech that we’re all supposed to ignore (and hey, if she’s a purported presidential candidate, she deserves to have her speeches analyzed). Here they are, in order: 1. Oprah Implied That Matters Are The Same For Black Women Today As They Were For Black People Generally In 1964. She led off her speech by talking about how moved she was in 1964 when Sidney Poitier won the DeMille Award. “I remember his tie was white, and of course his skin was black, and I had never seen a black man being celebrated like that. I tried many, many times to explain what a moment like that means to a little girl, a kid watching from the cheap seats as my mom came through the door bone tired from cleaning other people's houses.” Read the full list @ (Link: Please share and comment



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