CBS released this:

That seems high, considering that the list is:

  1. India
  2. Afghanistan
  3. Syria
  4. Somalia 
  5. Saudi Arabia
  6. Pakistan
  7. Democratic Republic of Congo
  8. Yemen
  9. Nigeria
  10. United States.

Then you read the details.

Reuters said the U.S. placement on the dubious list was down largely to the #MeToo and Time’s Up campaigns increasing awareness of sexual violence and intimidation of women in the U.S. in the wake of the criminal allegations against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.

So it’s not really “United States” so much as it is “Hollywood California, and the entertainment industry and news rooms of New York and DC.”

But for the people who work in the media and conduct those polls, Liberals in Hollywood, New York, and DC are the United States.

I just love the accidental honesty here.  It’s not that the US is dangerous for women as a whole anywhere near the Congo or India.  It’s that the deep blue places where the wealthy Liberals we see on TV live and work that are as full of women beaters and rapists as Yemen and Pakistan.


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By J. Kb

2 thoughts on “A matter of perspective”
  1. So the U.S. position on the list is due to “…ncreasing awareness of sexual violence and intimidation…” yet there are seven nation ahead of the U.S. where Muslims are in the majority and where “sexual harassment” and “honor killings” abound without reporting or acknowledgement. I expect that most of North Africa, parts of South East Asia, the same things occur and would change the results if the actual numbers were reported.

  2. This is entirely about the left losing the presidency — and their minds — and not about actual crimes.

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