You Won’t Believe What Fox is Using to Teach Workers What Sexual Harassment Is
Embroiled in a sea of controversy amid dealing with several sexual harassment lawsuits involving on-air host Bill O’Reilly, Fox News is reportedly using the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape of our Pu$$y Grabber-in-Chief gleefully talking about sexually assaulting married women as an instructional video on sexual harassment. Despite the fact that Fox News is once again the state-sponsored news network and the fact that it defended Trump’s gauche comments, the right-wing propaganda machine is using the tape to instruct its employees on, well, not grabbing unsuspecting pu$$y.
Apparently, the tape has been used for months, or at least according to one Fox News employee who spoke to the Hollywood Reporter.
Via Think Progress:
The employee told the reporter there was an ‘audible gasp’ when the tape was played during the seminar, after which the instructor ‘went through the scenario of the tape, why it was harassment and why it’s something you should report.’
This comes from a network where its reptilian president was forced to resign after facing several major sexual harassment suits from on-air female talent, and where its current top host Bill O’Reilly is getting rejected by more advertisers than women. Indeed, O’Reilly reportedly paid five women more than $13 million to address complaints that he had sexually harassed them, resulting in more than 40 companies ditching Fox’s O’Reilly Factor.
Perhaps Bill can make up for it by writing Killing Consent.
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