Over at A Voice For Men — the website that loves women when they’re not calling them evil oppressive bloodsucking harpys who will take their money, homes, jet-skis, and children away from them because they can’t take a well-meaning slap or punch every now and then — they are talking about Bill Cosby.
I’ll bet you can guess how that is going to go.
Writing for the site, Janet Bloomfield — who goes by the name ‘JudgyBitch’ because she is very transgressive in that “Her children have never seen the inside of a daycare center and her husband has never made his own sandwich” kind of way — is very worried about Bill Cosby. Cosby, who has been accused of rape by twenty women — although that could increase at any moment — has been having a very bad year ever since Hannibal Buress let the cat out of the bag that had been trapped there since 2006.
Enter the “JudgyBitch”:
Let me just state up front that I am not claiming innocence for Bill Cosby. Did he drug and rape a bunch of women? I don’t know, and neither does anybody else except for Bill himself.# p #5_20 # ad skipped = true #
Well, that is not quite accurate. The women accusing Cosby would know if they were raped, despite the best efforts of the “little white pills’ that make frequent cameo appearances in multiple victim’s narratives.
Noting that Cosby is worth approximately $400 million –which give women 400 hundred million reasons to go after him according to Bloomfield, — she then cranks the ‘Judgybitch’ up to eleven:
Women who claim they were raped by Cosby also openly admit they were whoring for fame, trying to ride the man’s coattails into a star-studded future. Does that give Cosby the right to rape them? Of course not, but it sure as hell casts a suspicious light on the innocent maidens’ motives to make their claims. Women who failed to hitch their little wagons to Cosby’s star have been trying to nail him with rape charges for a long time. Nothing has stuck. Doesn’t mean they didn’t happen, but for as long as Cosby has been rich and famous, women have been trying to take him down with rape accusations and not a single one has irrefutable evidence, so either Cosby is really, really good at the rape game or they never happened.# p #8_20 # ad skipped = true #
Oddly enough, many of the multiple women who claimed to have been raped by Cosby over the years never went after him for his money and, with the exception of one or two, most are still not. It’s almost like they learned nothing from their gold digger “whoring for fame” years.
Calling it a witch hunt against Cosby – she later switches to lynching after remembering Cosby is “Black,” (“the hysteria-inducing punch of a Black man raping White ladies”)– Bloomfield points out the awesome benefits that come with telling the world that you have been raped, which we all know is almost as warm and pleasant as post-coital snuggling.
Rape shield laws should apply to the accused, not the accuser. The accuser will go on to garner sympathy, appropriate pharmaceuticals, and a speaking engagement where she can discuss her terrible trauma, and the accused will be left with a shattered life even if all the allegations are proven to be outright lies.# p #11_20 # ad skipped = true #
Did you hear that ladies? False accusations of rape pay off big in “appropriate pharmaceuticals” and invitations to tell strangers about how you were humiliated, abused, degraded, and defiled. This must be what George Will meant by making rape “victimhood a coveted status that confers privileges.” Drugs and bragging rights … sounds like a pretty sweet deal.
While Bloomfield makes the occasional grudging foray into conceding that “rape is bad” — which may make for an awkward conversation at the annual A Voice For Men Christmas Party and Roofie-Fest — she wants you to know that the greatest victims of rape are men who have been falsely accused.
Here is what needs to change: since allegations of sexual assault and rape carry such devastating penalties for the men accused of those crimes, it should be a crime to name a man period. Victims should file criminal charges and the accused should be granted anonymity until convicted. We need court-ordered and enforced anonymity for men accused of rape. For women accused of rape too. Without a conviction, without evidence, without proof, no one gets to call anyone else a rapist.# p #14_20 # ad skipped = true #
One could also say the same for a man or woman accused of child-molesting, making you wonder if Bloomfield, who claims to have three children, would be fine with letting the molester — also a rapist, but with age restrictions — be entitled to a little privacy unless convicted. Doubtful.
Of course what really gets to Bloomfield are those pesky feminists with their talk of “rape culture” and telling men it’s not okay to rape.
The feminist media has made it absolutely clear that they will override any considerations of due process or justice when it comes to slandering and libelling(sic) men accused of rape. They will abuse the power they have and that is unacceptable. If these individuals refuse to show restraint and chose their words carefully?# p #17_20 # ad skipped = true #
Wait for it….
I say, gag the bitches# p #19_20 # ad skipped = true #
So sayeth, A Voice For Men….