Tying Harvey Weinstein
to the Las vegas Event
First published October 17, 2017
As usual, this is just my opinion, take it or leave it
Yep, you read that right. There is a link between the two events. They didn't come out almost
simultaneously by accident.
This is going to be much shorter than my recent Las Vegas comments, but I do have something to say.
Be patient, because I will make it worth your while. I'm sure Weinstein is a big creep, and I don't like
seeming to defend him, but this whole things stinks of yet another project. It reminds us of the recent
Bill Cosby story, which is also a lie and a conjob. Just ask yourself this: do you think it is possible to
fire a man from his own company for sexual harassment accusations? This is a country of law—
allegedly—not a country of hearsay. Legally, you cannot be fired for accusations. You can only be
fired for convictions. That is true for little ole you, working at the Five&Dime, but it is also true for
CEOs of major companies. The law is supposed to be blind to such distinctions. So even if a
company's board of directors had the power to fire the majority owner and head of the company—
which is doubtful—they still don't have the legal authority to do so based on accusations. Weinstein
should be suing for wrongful termination, but mysteriously we don't see that. More logically, we
should see him (and his family) firing his board of directors. So all this is fishy in the extreme.