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Like dominoes…Leftist harassment practitioners fall like never before

CBS cans Charlie Rose after 8 accusers  say he harassed them.

The long list of leftists feeling the sting of sexual harassment accusations has grown longer today by a Rose.

Longtime PBS fixture and CBS morning co-host Charlie Rose has exited CBS in disgrace after 8 women alleged he sexually harassed them. Rose, 75, has been the liberal media’s “voice of reason and calm” since the election of Donald Trump more than a year ago. He was the elder statesman, a calming voice which exuded superior liberal snobbery with a hint of the titular grandfather of the snowflakes and brownshirts in George Soros’ employ.

I could say more here, but I will save it for the JJ McCartney Show at 3:05pm Eastern time.

And it just gets weirder and weirder in Hollyweird. Oliver Stone, who stated he woulod not do a feature film surrounding Guantanamo Bay’s prison for foreign terror suspects if accused m0lester Harvey Weinstein is involved, has now been accused of suxual harassment by non-eother than America’s 70’s sweetheart Melissa Gilbert! Gilbert, who played half-pint Laura Ingalls in the classic TV series Little House on the Prairie spoke on satellite radio host Andy Cohen’s show, and she had quite a lot to say:

Melissa Gilbert claimed that director Oliver Stone sexually harassed her during an audition for his 1991 film The Doors.

At first, Gilbert told her story without naming any names. She kept the accusations very anonymous saying that she was humiliated during an audition because she had “embarrassed him in a social situation.” Gilbert ended up running out of the room crying.

“I’m actually sitting here telling you this story, afraid to say his name, because I’m worried about backlash,” she said in the interview. After being reluctant she eventually said, “Oh f*** it! It was Oliver Stone, and it was The Doors.”

Gilbert says the role she was auditioning for was the Meg Ryan’s character. She goes into detail about the scene she  read — a scene he(Stone) said he wrote especially for her. The scene had her on her hands and knees saying, “Do me, baby.” Gilbert said that Stone asked her to stage it and she refused and left the audition crying.

In case you missed it, America, the Hollywood entertainment culture is a grinding mill that takes young, aspiring talent and chews them up and spits them out.

The exceptions to that rule were in yesteryear. Melissa Gilbert was lucky. She worked for and with Michael Landon, one of the real good guys in Hollywood, who tried to shelter the young kids on the set of Little House, and he was a father-figure to Gilbert to a degree.

Actress Melissa Sue Anderson, left,  is escorted by actor Michael Landon, who plays her father, during the taping of Mary’s wedding scene Sept. 11, 1978. (AP Photo/Huynh)

 

 

And in spite of the numerous actors and actresses that came and went through that long-running series, there were never any incidents of sleaze. Those were different times in Hollywood.

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