Sports Illustrated Goes Full-ESPN With Ms. Ford Giving #MeToo Award

Sports Illustrated Goes Full-ESPN With Ms. Ford Giving #MeToo Award

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@Sara Noble

#LiberalHacks Sports Illustrated must want to go the way of ESPN and bring down its revenue as it politicizes its magazine and its awards.

They enjoined Ms. Christine Blasey Ford, the battered 50-something to introduce an Inspiration of the Year award to Rachel Denhollander, a real sexual assault victim.

Ms. Denhollander was brave in reporting the sexual abuse of gymnastics doctor Larry Nasser and conflating what she did with what Blasey did is a bit of a disgrace.

Blasey claimed Justice Brett Kavanaugh assaulted her 36 years ago. She presented no evidence, no witnesses, and numerous inconsistencies during her testimony before Congress. She never bothered to straighten out those multiple inconsistencies. Her testimony was not credible.

In introducing the award, Blasey said, “The lasting lesson is that we all have the power to create real change.” Blasey could create real change by telling us the truth.

Blasey promised to go away, but, alas, here she is again.


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