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Liam Neeson's 'witch hunt' comments miss the point of the #MeToo movement



A note to men in Hollywood: You don’t get to call this a witch hunt.

In an interview with Liam Neeson that aired Friday on Irish network RTE’s The Late Late Show, host Ryan Tubridy turned the conversation to the sexual misconduct reckoning in Hollywood and referenced a comment Neeson made this week that “there’s a revolution happening.”

“What is happening over there, and is it long overdue, and are you happy to see things moving the way they’re moving?” Tubridy asked

“Yes,” Neeson started, adding: “There is a bit of a witch hunt happening, too.”  Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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  1. Actually he does have a right to call out the movement because it is a witch hunt. The fact is false accusesations sexual harassment, assault and rape run as high as

  2. 60% and women commit domestic violence as often as men do while abusing their children more often then men. Feminists who claim otherwise are in fact lying using studies designed to get the result they want as well as ignoring statistics that tell a whole different tale. I know because I’ve been looking into these issues for over twenty years. The movement in Hollywood is simply a power move to guilt men into putting more women in power.

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