The sexual assault harassment is in full force.
And it doesn’t look like it’s letting up anytime soon because every day, more liberals are allegedly exposed for their sexual deviances.
But you won’t believe who was the latest to be accused of sexual improprieties.
Many liberal mainstream media journalists have fallen under their own actions.
The biggest one is certainly Brian Williams, who was once considered one of the most trusted people in America.
Williams lied many times that he was on a helicopter that took heavy fire and was forced down, but he wasn’t, and admitted to his lie when confronted.
That destroyed his career, and now you can only occasionally find him on MSNBC.
Charlie Rose is also a respected journalist from PBS and CBS inside liberal circles and now he’s accused of sexual harassment by many of his former colleagues who say that they were “terrified of him.”
The New York Daily News reports:
Broadcast giant Charlie Rose was suspended from PBS, CBS and Bloomberg on Monday, amid allegations that he used fear and intimidation for more than a decade to prey on women he sexually harassed while they worked for him.
Rose’s thorny side includes disturbing allegations that the longtime television host exposed himself to women, groped their breasts, buttocks and genitals, and made sexually charged phone calls over the course of more than 10 years.
The broadcaster, now the subject in the latest chapter of a sexual harassment saga he has helped cover for months, disputed some of the accusations but apologized for his behavior amid a “deeper recognition of the pain” he caused.
“In my 45 years in journalism, I have prided myself on being an advocate for the careers of the women with whom I have worked,” Rose said in a statement.
“Nevertheless, in the past few days, claims have been made about my behavior toward some former female colleagues. It is essential that these women know I hear them and that I deeply apologize for my inappropriate behavior,” said Rose, longtime host of the “Charlie Rose” show on PBS. He also co-hosted “CBS This Morning” and contributed to “60 Minutes.”
“I am greatly embarrassed. I have behaved insensitively at times, and I accept responsibility for that, though I do not believe that all of these allegations are accurate. I always felt that I was pursuing shared feelings, even though I now realize I was mistaken.”
According to The Washington Post, eight women came forward — three on the record — with sordid stories about Rose’s abusive behavior.
While he appeared to his TV audience as a highbrow, intellectual and grandfatherly communicator, his accusers tell a story of a lecherous, spiteful boss who once fired an aide when he learned she shared her ordeal with another colleague.
“Everybody is terrified of him,” according to one accuser, who said Rose groped her when she was an intern. “He creates this environment of constant fear. And then he’ll shine a spotlight on you and make you feel amazing.”
In extensive interviews with The Post, the women recounted how Rose made unwanted sexual advances while they worked or hoped to work on his namesake PBS show. The unwelcome acts date from the late 1990s to as recently as 2011.
Ranging in age from 21 to 37, a number of the accusers spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of retaliation from the veteran TV host. They said Rose, 75, often switched between anger and flattery as he made predatory advances.
Just hours after the Post story went online, PBS suspended Rose, calling the allegations against him “deeply disturbing.”
CBS and Bloomberg followed suit shortly afterward, suspending Rose indefinitely.
“These allegations are extremely disturbing, and we take them very seriously,” a CBS spokeswoman said.
Hours after the allegations surfaced, three more women who interned for Rose came forward with similar stories in an article Business Insider published.
The fact that these women were so repulsed by working with Rose speaks volumes about his character.
But the question is, how will these liberals view his “journalism” after the fact?