I have always been a big fan of Steven Crowder, not only because I like the guy’s Politics but also because I think he is one of those unique comics that can take complex political and social issues and break them down in short comedic and hilarious skits that the general public can understand.
This one entitled “To KIll a #METOO Bird” is about how the #METOO movement coerced public perception, and Legal Opinion, away from DUE PROCESS to a lone woman’s accusation of rape or sexual assault being sufficient to take away a man’s freedom, assassinate his character and destroy his livelihood.
Due Process (which is guaranteed in the Fifth Amendment) is not that complex of a legal concept to understand.
It simply means EVERY PERSON accused of a crime has the RIGHT to a certain, prescribed order of legal processes. The belief that a Person is PRESUMED innocent until PROVEN Guilty is in fact, the BEDROCK of the U.S. Justice System!
So where did it all start to go wrong? When and where did the legal system begin to fail in their mandate to uphold DUE PROCESS and how was the public bamboozled to believe this was for the “common good?”
Like all lies, it had it’s beginnings with a legitimate problem that was manipulated into a Political Weapon by the left. The “#METOO scare” bombarded the public via the MSM with dozens of accusations from women claiming some type of sexual assault or rape. In most cases, these ACCUSATIONS were the only evidence against the accused.
Proponents of #METOO, including Hollywood elitist and Weinstein flunkie Meryl Streep and failed Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton were quick to bolster this dangerous ideal claiming “Every WOMAN Should be believed when it comes to Accusations of Sexual Assault or Rape.”
Notice the ideal for this rest not in the CHARACTER of the person but purely in their SEX. Simply because they are WOMEN they should be believed. It’s an absurd principle but you would be surprised how many people swallowed it hook line and sinker.
This left wing psy-op had it’s culmination with the Kavanaugh Senate Judiciary Committee Hearings which contrary to popular belief, was not a legal trial, but a Senate hearing to investigate claims of wrongdoing. It eventually turned into exactly what the left intended: a Court of Public Opinion to assassinate the character of Conservative Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh and consequently knock him out of consideration for the post. Not surprisingly, the ploy failed, but the damage was done.
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