Can we agree that #metoo has become a runaway train? A man's career and life was destroyed and then he committed suicide because of a woman's TWEET /?

SomeGuyCalledTom
There was no evidence.

There was no due process.

There was no support or equitable treatment from his employer.

The media assumed guilt just because a woman made a tweet.

She also has a long track record of lying and manipulating to advance her own career.

Now look, I don't know which accusations are true and which are false. But that's the whole point: WE DON'T KNOW. That's why we have the court of law, that's why we presume innocence until proven guilty.

But all that is out the window now.

If you're a man, and your work puts you in any amount of contact with a woman, then know this:

You can be accused at any moment, and your employer/ the media/ the twitter mobs will believe the woman... EVEN IF THERE'S ZERO EVIDENCE OR DUE PROCESS FOR HER CLAIMS.

And as you see in the video linked, those accusations can be enough to drive a man to suicide.

And in that case, it turns out he was abused from a young age, and had permanent psychological damage as a result of that abuse.

So it doesn't matter if you're a vulnerable member of society, you can still have your name raked through the mud, and your employer will JOIN IN, because they don't want any negative PR.

In the court of public opinion, an employer who says "we will not intervene until this has gone through the proper legal channels and a judge has rendered a verdict"... is basically supporting sexual harassment.

So they'll happily throw male employees under the bus so that a a female employee can get the "grievances pay-out" she craves.

Can we all stop acting like this shit hasn't got out of hand now? Or do more people need to have their careers destroyed and lives taken before we stand up to the twitter mobs and 'woke media outlets?

It's easy to defend #metoo when it takes down evil scumbags who deserve it, but when you look at all the collateral damage it causes, it should wake us all up to the dangers of mob rule and "believing the woman" in place of due process.
Can we agree that #metoo has become a runaway train? A man's career and life was destroyed and then he committed suicide because of a woman's TWEET /?
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