In the latest chapter of Matt Lauer pervert, Ronan Farrow takes a shot. In his book, Farrow relates the accusation that Lauer anally raped a coworker, Brooke Nevils while covering the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
Did it happen? Maybe, then again maybe not. There are no witnesses. There is no physical evidence. The event happened five years ago so, no immediate outcry. Both victim and perpetrator are screaming liberals so credibility is nonexistent.
The story doesn’t move the needle for me as to whether or not Lauer is a scum bag. He is a liberal, asked and answered. It does give insight as to how the media thinks and why they are so screwed up. Consider the description of the event as related by the victim.
Once she was in his hotel room, Nevils alleges, Lauer — who was wearing a T-shirt and boxers — pushed her against the door and kissed her. He then pushed her onto the bed, “flipping her over, asking if she liked anal sex,” Farrow writes. “She said that she declined several times.”
According to Nevils, she “was in the midst of telling him she wasn’t interested again when he ‘just did it,’” Farrow writes. “Lauer, she said, didn’t use lubricant. The encounter was excruciatingly painful. ‘It hurt so bad. I remember thinking, Is this normal?’
Nevils stated that she wasn’t interested in anal sex. It was a long time ago but I seem to recall telling my future ex-wife that I wasn’t interested in attending an event that she wanted to attend. Anybody want to guess who was sitting next to her at the event? Me. Not interested and vehement objection are not in the same neighborhood.
Is it me? Is this the most immediate question of a normal person? What is the context? She suddenly finds herself as the guest of honor at a butt-fucking, sans lubricant, and this is her first thought? I can think of several other things that would occur to me.
What did she mean by, “is this normal?” Did she mean, is non consensual anal sex acceptable behavior in her circles? Possibly thoughts of normalcy have nothing to do with the sex, but instead refer to the pain?
If you accept her thoughts were, as stated in the predicament she describes, then MSM reporting suddenly makes sense.
- Plastic straws need to be banned, because they are bad for the environment. Plastic syringes, on the other hand, need to be distributed for free, for the junkies.
- Child abuse is horrible. Chemically or surgically removing children’s genitals without their informed consent is acceptable.
- Somehow killing with a semi automatic rifle is more egregious than killing with a blunt object.
The problem with swimming in cesspools, like liberalism, is the stench follows long after everybody gets out of the pool. Did something happen. I don’t know. Given the people involved, I don’t care.