Simeon_Strangelight said:Captainstabbin said:Chris Matthews got fired. It's a lot of things with him but the latest are comments to a female typist:
Chris Matthews, one of the longest-tenured voices at MSNBC, announced his retirement during Monday’s night’s airing of his talk show, “Hardball.”
Matthews, 74, said he and MSNBC had mutually agreed to part ways. The decision followed a series of events that resulted in criticism of the host’s statements about Bernie Sanders, African-American lawmakers, and comments he had made to female journalists and coworkers.
“I’m retiring,” Matthews said. “This is the last ‘Hardball’ on MSNBC.”
Here's the comment:
Writing in GQ, journalist Laura Bassett described a 2016 encounter with Matthews while sitting in a makeup chair to appear on “Hardball,” the program he has anchored for many years. She writes: “Matthews looked over at me in the makeup chair next to him and said, ‘Why haven’t I fallen in love with you yet?’ When I laughed nervously and said nothing, he followed up to the makeup artist. ‘Keep putting makeup on her, I’ll fall in love with her.'”
She just sounds pissed that he told her she needed more makeup to be attractive. But this was 3-4 years ago, why is she coming forward now? Wanting some attention and publicity to boost her career?
Grandpa flirting attempt = "He raped me with his flirting! Fire him!"
Forget about the Female Dating Strategy thread.
Looks like women have got the jump in the Female Employment Strategy.
Claim rape and rapey words or wrongthink and you too can force a Boomer into retirement and make way for a wammenz to take his job.
Why haven't men thought of this yet?!