Racial Profiling of Sex Abusers by the Media

John Nolte of Breitbart.com is among those noticing that the media seems much more quick to paint Black men as rapists than White Men.

He holds up Bill Clinton as the top example of the molester in chief, who has been given a pass and a good deal of protection even up to today against the accusations of rape and sexual imposition, brought against him by Juanita Broderick, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey.   Nolte points out that Bill Cosby does not enjoy media protection against 30 old charges of rape brought by a pair of women.  They are ready to throw Dr. Cosby into the trash heap of show biz history.  Likewise, dubious, and far less serious charges against Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and Herman Cain brought a firestorm of career damaging assault from the mainstream press.  It seems as though the media is more than ready to take down a public figure who is Black, on sex related accusations, but is very protective of the White guy.

Added to Nolte’s list is the tepid media coverage of horrendous accusations brought by both males and females who have recalled being molested or raped by members of the Hollywood elite.    It’s expected that “An Open Secret”,  Amy Berg’s  documentary film addressing the sexual transgressions carried out against underage kids in Hollywood,  is not going to get much distribution.

After branding conservatives as automatic racists, it’s time for the media to face up to its own, painfully obvious, racial bias and the damage caused to women, caused by holding Bill Clinton, White-Boy-molester-in-chief, as the top rock star of the Democrat party.  Maybe it was his steadfast support of abortion that earned him this armor coat of  media  protection.

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