A former Fox News associate producer and a show guest are suing the network over allegations of rape and sexual harassment.
Does this sound like a rape victim to you?
“I stand for all victims who have been mistreated, harassed, assaulted, and even worse, at the hands of those in power, and the institutions that continue to support them,” Eckhart said in a statement. “My decision to speak out was not an easy one, but I refuse to let fear of retaliation, victim shaming and further attacks intimidate me into remaining silent. I am hopeful that my decision to file this action will result in positive change for women at Fox, and for all victims in the workplace, and I am honored that other women have come forward since my decision to do so.”
Rape victims don’t generally stand atop the battlements waving the bloody shirt. She seems very proud of herself for standing up for “all victims.” And how courageous she is to refuse “to let fear of retaliation, victim shaming and further attacks intimidate me into remaining silent.” Eckart knows that what little opposition she’s going to experience will be drowned out in a tidal wave of support from the left. Her moribund career just got a new lease on life and Areu will once again be in demand as a guest.
We await word on the value of the book deals.
Is it possible that Ed Henry is a violent rapist? The guy always did appear to be a little sketchy. But we’ll never get at the truth listening to Eckart’s partisan proclamations of solidarity with #MeToo.