Oprah Shifts Blame For #MeToo Onto The General Public, Fails to Condemn Weinstein

Monday, January 8, 2018
By Paul Martin

Chris Menahan
Jan. 08, 2018

MeTooism is not a Hollywood problem, even though nearly everyone involved is a part of Hollywood or the media, it’s a problem with men in general, especially “white men” who are holding women and minorities down.

That’s the message from Oprah’s speech during Sunday’s Golden Globes.

Before a crowd of Hollywood actresses and actors who covered-up Harvey Weinstein’s “open secret” for over three decades — many of whom no doubt built their careers off of sleeping with Weinstein — she gave a speech indirectly attacking President Trump and calling for a world where nobody “ever has to say ‘Me Too’ again.”

Rather than admit this is a problem unique to Hollywood, the media and the entertainment industry, Oprah says the story is “one that transcends any culture, geography, race, religion, politics or workplace.” She then proceeds to shift the blame onto the general male population and tells the story of a group of “white men” allegedly raping a black woman in 1944 (they were never prosecuted).

Notably, Oprah does not condemn Harvey Weinstein, who she’s been pictured making out with. She does not condemn a single Hollywood elite by name, instead she praises Hollywood generally for giving an award to Sidney Poitier in 1964 and advancing women’s rights.

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