It’s interesting, is it not, how some men are suddenly experts on how women should react when they’ve been sexually harassed. This election has proven one thing and one thing only, (other than America is more interested in drama than freedom) and sadly that is sexual harassment only matters to the Left when it hurts the right, and to the right when it hurts the Left.
— The Hill (@thehill) October 13, 2016
Well Joe, considering how popular being gender fluid is these days you could be a woman, although doubtful you’d be attractive enough for Trump to ‘sexually harass.’
Yeah, tough break.
Oh, look. A man criticizing women's actions after being sexually harassed. This is unheard of. https://t.co/bLiL2g0cjD
— Sarah Quinlan (@sarahmquinlan) October 13, 2016
RIGHT?! It never happens … oh wait.
There seems to be some sideways reporting going on in that people who support Trump believe Bill Clinton’s accusers, and people who support Clinton believe Trump’s accusers. Considering all of these women are being used politically we should view them the same, either take them at their word or disregard.
— Defiant voter, Joe (@joeleyare) October 13, 2016
He would only do that if he really wanted to report on this issue. Joe is playing politics, nothing more.
@thehill You have no understanding how this affects women.
— ((( Thomas ن ))) (@Thomas_IL_) October 13, 2016
Of course not, but that won’t keep Joe from talking about it like he’s an expert.
@thehill how can all these men speak for women? Be it decision about their own health or assault. Joe must apologize
— Rags Srinivasan (@rags) October 13, 2016
Because he’s on MSNBC you peon! He can say whatever he wants … unfortunately.
— Melissa (@mdavishoward7) October 13, 2016
Maybe a good idea, Joe.
Just sayin’, you are on a network that a lot of feminists watch … probably not the smartest thing you could have said.
@thehill That's because he's not a woman, & knows nothing about women.
— Diana (@kccatdr) October 13, 2016
See? Told you. And it’s only going to get worse.
— Trina (@RedVinoPlease) October 13, 2016
And there’s the real sticky point with all of this. Either you believe them all or you disregard them all, otherwise it’s just more pandering.
Of course it is MSNBC we’re talking about here so eh, pandering is what they do best.