|Louis C.K. is facing allegations of sexual harassment and molestation.|
Sexual abuse is the second threat.
The junk food media has rationalized sex scandals in Hollywood, Broadway, Silicon Valley, the public/private/charter schools, the universities, the sports industry, the church and Washington, DC.
It's an everyday thing. Either it's a celebrity, a politician, a public official, a public servant, a journalist, a teacher or a child, sexual abuse is the second most dangerous threat in the United States.
Conservatives are now running to the defense of Roy Moore, the controversial Republican senatorial candidate for Alabama. They claim that the Washington Post explosive article about him molesting teenage girls is false. The same conservatives who demanded Hillary Clinton to speak out against Harvey Weinstein now want the junk food media to stop targeting conservative candidates.
Now facing calls to resign, Roy Moore refuses to back down. He claims that its a political hit job on him by Democrats and establishment Republicans.
He denies any wrongdoing.
Now Hollywood is dealing with another controversy. Comedian Louis C.K. is under fire for his alleged inappropriate behavior around women.
Five women accused the comedian of fondling them and masturbating in front of them.
He even jokes about it in his sketch comedy acts.
Some claimed the comedian would strip naked in front of them and masturbate. The comedian also asked women to strip naked for him.
Now he's was about to premiere his movie I Love You, Daddy this weekend.
It was abruptly cancelled. The movie was about a rebellious teenage girl having a romantic fling with an older film director against her father's wishes.
The Late Show cancelled Louis C.K.'s appearance.