"Believe all women," hurts MeToo. Fair trials with competent attorneys on both sides support both justice and MeToo. No coincidence. That is the subject of today's short-form episode.
The Johnny Depp/Amber Heard celebrity abuse and poop spectacle proved a few things:
1. The Enquirer and Star magazines are tame by comparison.
2. The bizarre admonition that we should, “Believe all women,” should never have been uttered, much less insisted upon, as a way of adjudicating abuse claims made by women against men.
3. MeToo is strongly intact. MeToo was not on trial. Amber Heard was, and she lied many times about key issues.
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