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How Weinstein got away with it, Twitter plays abortion politics & other comments


Ann Althouse on her personal blog recalls that âthe 1990s began with a heightening of interest in sexual harassment as liberals tried to defeat the confirmation of Clarence Thomasâ to the Supreme Court. Indeed, âthe refrain in the fall of 1991 was âYou just donât get it,â as Democrats lambasted anyone who resisted taking sexual harassment in the workplace seriously.â But then along came Monica Lewinsky and âDemocrats reversed the message.â Suddenly, âsexual harassment turned into just sex, and those who wanted to take it seriously were derided as prigs.â It was, she says, âthe biggest sellout of feminism Iâve seen in my lifetime.â Fact is, âliberals â including nearly everyone in the entertainment business â suppressed concern about sexual harassment to help Bill Clintonâ even as many of the earliest alleged Harvey Weinstein assaults were taking place.

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