Alex Trebek Weighs in on the #MeToo Movement
The #MeToo movement has taken 'Murica by storm. Every day, women use the hashtag to get "justice" against the evil men who allegedly wronged them. Sometimes, bad guys get what they deserve. Other times, the accusations are giant nothingburgers with extra lies. Alex Trebek of Jeopardy fame seems to think the movement is taking its toll on young men.
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Alex Trebek weighed in on the #MeToo movement and admitted that when it started, he thought, “this has got to be a scary time for men.”
“Yeah. You know, when the #MeToo movement started, I had discussions with the staff during production meetings. I said, ‘My gosh, this has got to be a scary time for men,'” the 78-year-old TV game show host of “Jeopardy” explained Monday in a piece for Vulture.
“I’m fortunate that I’ve never been in a position of power where I might be able to lord it over somebody sexually,” he added. “I said, ‘But there are guys out there — young guys are stupid in their teens.’ There’s nothing stupider than a teenage boy. They’re operating on testosterone.”
I'll take "Things That Are Accurate" for $800, Alex.
Kebert Xela is correct in his assessment. The MeToo movement is terrifying for guys. Especially the young ones who are afraid one harmless pat on a girl's shoulder is going to land them on the sex offender list. It started out with noble intentions. Since then, it's been bastardized by man-hating feminist hose beasts who want to stick it to anyone who's packing a dangle.
Sure, #believingallwomen might lead to more rape-happy douchenozzles in the slammer. It also takes out a lot of innocent blokes in the crossfire. God help the poor guy who asks an opportunist #MeToo lady out for a cup of coffee. In those circles, this is on par with rape and a sin worthy of a lifetime of shame.
I have no doubt the feminist pit-hair enthusiasts will get all up in arms over Trebek's words. They'll likely call Alex a rape-enabling, misogynist puppy-kicker. Well, we've got just one thing to say to them.
If some animal truly commits a rape, he deserves to be punished severely. Which is all the more reason for due process and the rule of law. A mob of rabid, blue-haired wildebeests demanding we jump straight to sentencing against every guy with a claim against him just isn't going to fly.
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