Poor Comey. In addition to having his name dragged through the mud by that horrible Trump and those Nazi Republicans, now we find out he may have been sexually abused by Trump! How do we know this? Why, no less than the “Paper of Record” is reporting it, so it must be true!
For some people who watched James B. Comey’s Senate testimony on Thursday, the questions that Mr. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, faced and the situations he described brought to mind a seemingly unrelated topic: sexual harassment.
As members of the Senate Intelligence Committee questioned Mr. Comey, sometimes sharply, asking why he did not immediately report any behavior by President Trump that he thought was inappropriate, why he did not quit as F.B.I. director and why he continued to take private calls from Mr. Trump even after he was unnerved by their one-on-one interactions, commentators on social media made comparisons to the difficulties and doubts faced by women who have been sexually harassed or abused.
Emily Nussbaum, The New Yorker’s television critic, said that the situation reminded her of the sexual harassment scandal at Fox News that led to the ouster of Roger Ailes, the network’s former chairman, and Bill O’Reilly, the former Fox News host.
Every guy who asks about why women don't fight back more about sexual harassment at work should take that in. Comey 6'8" FBI Director. https://t.co/KhU4Spd07k
— Sarah Littman (@realsaramerica) June 8, 2017
Some of these senators coming at Comey are literally acting like HR when women try to report thinly veiled sexual harassment.
— bat (@mzbat) June 8, 2017
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