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Curtain Call For Harvey Weinstein

At the 2012 Golden Globe Awards, actress Meryl Streep called media mogul Harvey Weinstein a god. Now, after the New York Times published allegations of sexual harassment, you may as well call him toast. Even his advisers, feminist lawyer Lisa Bloom, pictured below, and Democratic guru Laney Davis have abandoned him. Liberal politicians to whom Weinstein donated millions of dollars to are running away. His own company has fired him! Still, the gang of morons at Saturday Night Live are respecting Harvey, cutting a humor skit about this recent turn of events.




To say Harvey Weinstein is a ′Player′ in Hollywood is putting it mildly. With a single phone call, he could make or break an entertainer′s career. Harvey has his excuses on the allegations made against him. After all, he is a ′Product of the 1960s and ′70s″. A time when the casting couch was much more than just a piece of furniture. His power was so great that he allegedly kept the ball rolling straight through the last 30 years.


Some women have gone public with their accusations. However, as is usually the case in these types of allegations, it comes down to a ′He-Said-She-Said′ situation. If there is a trail of physical clues such may be payments of hush money. But, I would bet the farm that somebody like Harvey Weinstein would be able to cover his tracks through third party entities.


So, I seriously doubt if there will be any real legal fallout from this whole situation. Other news media outlets have joined the New York Times in publishing allegations. Some report that this story has been well known throughout the entertainment world for a very long time. Being a powerful film and TV mogul, Harvey Weinstein has been able to operate without any serious consequences. He is friendly with nearly every Democratic Party politician of significance, including both Barack and Michelle Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton, etc. Will these allegations taint Weinstein? They may for a short period, but I suspect that in the long run, he will bounce back. Money talks, and we know what walks.


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