When #MeToo erupted over two years ago, it threatened to rock Hollywood to its core like an 8.2 earthquake.
But what began as an honest effort to oust sexual aggressors and deviants in Hollywood and the government soon became a movement for the radical left that ignored the sex scandals of their own.https://deepstatejournal.com/2019/09/06/this-radical-movement-is-backed-by-the-media-in-their-effort-to-end-all-evils-tomorrow/
By making false accusations against their political enemies, the #MeToo movement shows us their real agenda.
The “Me Too” movement was first started by activist Tarana Burke in 2006, but exploded in 2017 after several actresses took action against one of Hollywood’s biggest and most corrupt producers, Harvey Weinstein.
Soon after, it seemed actresses from every decade of Hollywood came out and named more aggressors, and even protested the inaction within the industry by wearing all black to the 2018 Golden Globes.
And with such an immediate response by the media and the uproar it caused in Hollywood, one would expect more serious consequences for those accused.
Hundreds of men were accused of sexual offenses, but only a handful have actually been convicted.
Granted, at least 200 of the accused have lost their credibility, careers, and even wealth.
But, in the wake of Jeffery Epstein’s death, only six men currently face charges and only six others have been convicted.
Comedian Bill Cosby, with a handful of accusers including some of his younger co-stars, was convicted in 2018 on three counts of aggravated assault for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman in 2004. He is currently serving 3-10 years in state prison.
French photographer Jean-Claude Arnault was jailed in 2018 for raping a woman seven years earlier.
Former Dean of Michigan State University, William Strampel, was charged with two counts of “willful neglect of duty” and one count of felony misconduct relating to Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse cases. He was Nassar’s boss and received a one-year jail sentence.
Keith Raniere, both a cult leader and sex trafficker, was charged with conspiracy, sex trafficking, sexual exploitation of a child racketeering, forced labor, and possession of child pornography. He is currently awaiting trial.
Actress Allison Mack pleaded guilty to racketeering and conspiracy charges for recruiting women for Keith Raniere’s company, NXIVM. She is still awaiting trial.
But hundreds more have been accused, including singer R. Kelly, celebrity chef Mario Batali, actor Kevin Spacey, Sylvester Stallone, CBS News anchor Charlie Rose, and most notably as of late, Jeffery Epstein.
Epstein was charged in July with sex trafficking and sex trafficking conspiracy.
He was arrested, but was later found dead in his jail cell while awaiting trial in what appeared to be suicide, although mysterious circumstances surrounding his death may prove otherwise. https://deepstatejournal.com/2019/08/17/this-mysterious-death-may-be-the-latest-addition-to-the-clinton-body-count-2/
Epstein’s criminal case was dismissed late last month, but at least one civil suit is still ongoing against his estate, including investigations into those who intentionally recruited young girls for him. https://deepstatejournal.com/2019/08/17/jeffrey-epsteins-suspicious-death-remains-a-mystery-heres-the-real-reason-why-2/
In the beginning, the #MeToo movement was an honest effort to protect women and hold power-hungry abusers in both the government and Hollywood accountable.
But the root of the problem remains the same – those with power and the wealth will often cheat the legal system and can quite literally get away with murder if they wanted to. https://deepstatejournal.com/2019/03/03/there-is-a-real-problem-with-our-justice-system/
Many of the accused in question were high-profile Democrats or big-dollar donors to left-wing causes or campaigns.
And they have now gotten away with rape, child exploitation, sexual abuse, and other heinous crimes.
Until the system changes in favor of the victims, and until accusations are only made against those who are truly guilty, there isn’t much chance of #MeToo doing anything other than advancing their own political agenda.
One only need to look at all the unfounded – and later unproven – accusations levied against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh to see that #MeToo has become a powerful movement used to attack the left’s enemies.