Dear ladies of NBC: We have some questions about this photo.
We saw the feigned shock and sadness displayed by Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb on Wednesday morning with the announcement of the firing of Matt Lauer from the Today Show and the NBC News organization.
The firing, claims NBC News, stems from allegations of sexual misconduct at the 2014 Rio Olympic Games.
We know that the left hates and wants to suppress masculinity of all forms:
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Then riddle me this, NBC News, what’s up with the ladies of the Today Show rubbing their hands all over this Olympian?
Well, who knows what’s happening there? It’s a still image, and well, they are on television. You can’t get the whole story from a still image, right?
Well, there’s this:
Well, that’s awkward and mildly disturbing to watch.
It seems to be missing that ‘Bom-chicka-wow-wow’ soundtrack.
Umm… Isn’t that Billy Bush’s cousin grabbing that male athlete by the ‘p’-word — his pecs?
Well, I guess when you’re a tv show host they let you do it. You can do anything.
Can you imagine the outrage if this was a female athlete being touched like this by male tv personalities?
Why the double-standard?
Women can be completely rude and ogle men because that’s them showing that they ’embrace their sexuality’. It’s even viewed as ’empowering’. But if men do it, they’re slapped with a sexual harassment accusation.
The idea that if there were just more women involved then sexual harassment would be a thing of the past is ridiculous.
But ol’ Lardy Hagfish weighed in on Matt Lauer and that’s exactly what she said would fix the problem:
When it came to sexism and the media, it was Weiner who brought up the elephant in the room, reading out a section of What Happened about the September 2016 Commander-in-Chief Forum on NBC, in which the host separately interviewed both candidates but was notably tougher on Clinton than Trump. That host? Matt Lauer.
“Every day I believe more in karma,” Clinton said to that, referring further to several “men who shaped the narrative” during the campaign who have since been sidelined in the wave of sexual harassment scandals.
“The only way we will get sexism out of politics is to get more women in politics,” she said, adding that she has encouraged many young women to get involved with politics, sometimes by running for office themselves.
Source: Philly Voice
(On a side note, I don’t believe in Karma, because she’s not in jail yet, but if I did I’d say that was why she’s not President. Also, because she was a crappy candidate.)
It turns out that this athlete was being interviewed on the Today Show.
Check it out as this poor guy tries to conduct an interview while the women of the Today Show paw at him:
Well, that’s classy.
As a married woman, I know that my husband would be just thrilled if I did that on-air in Rio.
Is this NBC pandering to its feminist audience?
You know, it just occurred to me as I’m writing that Billy Bush also had also worked for the Today Show in the third hour before he was canned in October 2016 for being present for the infamous ‘hot mic’ comments on the Access Hollywood tape.
Yet, they let Matt Lauer continue with his predatory ways. One of the many women that have come forward to accused Lauer of pretty vile things have said that the network ‘protected the sh-t’ out of Matt Lauer.
Now we’re not saying that these things are entirely equivalent.
But there are women that were hashtagging that their coworker or boss looked at them in a way that made them feel uncomfortable.
Let’s be clear, the Lauer allegations are absolutely vile.
You can see that from our reporting:
But allowing women to behave this way on camera isn’t going to help things.
Here’s a thought: How about both men and women treat each other with dignity and respect?
Maybe try to check yourself and don’t feed or indulge in your lustful thoughts about people that you’re not married to.
Can you imagine how much better interpersonal relationships would be if everyone did that?
But you know they won’t because the feminist goal is to de-masculinize the men because they deserve it.
What they don’t realize is that that’s bad for women, too.
by Doug Giles
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NBC Today – ‘Matt Lauer has been terminated from NBC News. On Monday night, we received a detailed complaint from a colleague about inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace by Matt Lauer. As a result, we’ve decided to terminate his employment.’ Remember when Matt condemned Trump and O’Reilly for less? We do!