19 Accuse "Arrow," "Flash" Producer Andrew Kreisberg of Sexual Harassment
This one makes me sad, because I love the Arrowverse on The CW. The Flash is the best show on television, and Arrow's Stephen Amell (see ‘Arrow’s’ Stephen Amell Blasts Government Over-Regulation… and #SJWs Furious at Stephen Amell for Defending Texas…Amell Doubles Down) is my second favorite Canadian next to Steven Crowder. Amell makes a damn good wine too, but that's not important here.
What's important here is showrunner Andrew Kreisberg has been suspended after NINETEEN PEOPLE have come forward with sexual harassment claims. A mixture of girls and guys. No one can feel left out.
19 sources came forward to talk to me of alleged sexual harassment and inappropriate physical contact from CW showr… https://t.co/Wtssj7uH84— Mo Ryan (@Mo Ryan)1510372919.0
Warner Bros. TV Group has launched an investigation into allegations of inappropriate behavior by Andrew Kreisberg, an executive producer on the CW shows “Arrow,” “Supergirl,” “The Flash” and “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow,” Variety has learned. Kreisberg, who has been suspended by the studio, has engaged in a pattern of alleged sexual harassment and inappropriate physical contact over a period of years, according to 15 women and four men who have worked with him.
“We have recently been made aware of allegations of misconduct against Andrew Kreisberg,” said Warner Bros. TV Group in a statement to Variety. “We have suspended Mr. Kreisberg and are conducting an internal investigation. We take all allegations of misconduct extremely seriously, and are committed to creating a safe working environment for our employees and everyone involved in our productions.”
What makes this slightly funny, albeit not to the nineteen victims? The Flash just had a "hashtag feminism" episode, and both Supergirl and Legends of Tomorrow regularly have various social justice warrior undertones. Apparently Kreisberg never read the script.
Or he had his hand on someone's ass during read-throughs and wasn't paying attention. More likely still, the social justice undertones were built in as a kind of insulation device, meant to keep liberals safe as they molested the men and ladies.
Joss Whedon sold himself as a great "defender of women" but it turns out he's rather a cad with the women. Not at all respectful. Which is rather a pattern with leftist perverts. Pretend to be a great defender of morality. Then roofie your victim so you can do the nasty. We need to replace the Academy Awards with the "Who Didn't Get Caught Raping Someone" awards.