Harvey Does Not Get A Pass

Several years ago Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein was outted as a sexual predator, coercing women and girls to accept his advances for career advancement.

BY 2017 over eighty women accused him of sexual harassment and another fourteen claimed he had raped them. His work with various charities and support of the Democratic Party did not save him from the criminal charges of rape, criminal sex act, sex abuse, and sexual misconduct, leading to his arrest on September 18, 2018. The Queens native pled not guilty, denying any acts of sexual i and the judge released Weinstein on $1 million bail. This trial was originally scheduled for September 9, 2019, but the NYC AG delayed the proceedings until January 2020.

Since his arraignment Weinstein had been living in seclusion in Connecticut.

This week he showed up with several friends at Manhattan’s Downtime Bar, a comedy club.

Kelly Bachman, a female comedienne recognized the banished Hollywood producer and said, “I’m feeling a little tense … anybody else? I’m a comic and it’s our job to name the elephant in the room. Do we know what that is? Yeah … it’s a Freddy Krueger in the room, if you will.”
“I’m feeling a little tense … anybody else?” said Bachman, who posted footage of her stand-up performance on social media. “I’m a comic and it’s our job to name the elephant in the room. Do we know what that is? Yeah … it’s a Freddy Krueger in the room, if you will.”

People actually booed her.

Maybe Weinstein’s friends.

Maybe macho men, but two other people berated the monster as well as Kelly Bachman, who was a rape victim.

Who was asked to leave?

Not Harvey Weinstein.

Downtime released this message on the incident.

“”We want to address some concerns about a recent incident at Downtime. A company called Actors Hour rented our bar for a private event, with a guest list all their own. Shortly into the evening, one guest began heckling another, causing a disturbance to everyone in attendance. After several requests to stop were ignored, we kindly asked the heckler to leave. Please know that our goal at Downtime is to create an environment where everyone feels welcome. We respect the privacy of our patrons and event partners, and want to ensure that all guests are treated equally, with the same service and respect. In keeping with this goal, we made a decision that would allow the evening to continue as planned.”


As soon as they saw Weinstein, the club managers should have canceled his ticket and reimbursed his money, but his fortune is around $300 million and that much money buys a blind eye.

Call me old-fashioned, but the only way this scumbag should be allowed in public is in cuffs.

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