White America does not care about Bill Cosby or the women that he potentially harmed. In fact if the women that appeared on CNN were women of color I’m certain CNN wouldn’t care one bit about the hurt, harm, or their misfortune.
I hate to make wrongdoing a matter of black and white, but everything in America is black and white.
Bill Cosby admitted to drugging a woman in a 10 year old deposition. Bill Cosby worked with a cast full of beautiful women who were never drugged and raped by him, but why not?
Why wasn’t Phylicia Rashad raped and drugged?
Phylicia Rashad was never drugged and raped because she wasn’t some playgirl with whorish behavior having drinks with Bill Cosby. Bill Cosby has been married to Camille since 1964, so every woman who sat and sipped with Mr. Cosby was in the face of a married man!
I personally don’t go in private places with married men!
I’m sick of the media feeding us these old age stories about these women as if they care – Now, the white man cares about his white woman, but he’s the same white man that didn’t let her vote, didn’t let her run the marathon – he’s the same man that thought her existence was solely to stay at home and take care of this children.
I never expect a white man to report a story on a black man without biasness.
The jury of Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter have announced Bill Cosby guilty on all counts of rape, but I won’t.
The media will allow Lil Wayne sit and discuss “success” with your children while high off syrup and codeine. An old white judge, so bitter at Bill Cosby’s success or hypocrisy agreed to release a 10 year old deposition.
I listened to the interview of Patti Masten and she stated, “I don’t have any memory of that night at all, but I do know I was brutally raped.” She continued, “Everyone will remember him (Bill Cosby) as a serial rapist.” If you don’t have any memory of that night, you must provide details of what made you conclude you were “brutally” raped. Were you sore? Anderson Cooper didn’t ask that follow up question because it’s impossible to defend rape without harming the victim.
Those sentences alone has made me conclude, this story, this interview is not about her or her pain. This story is solely about the legacy of Bill Cosby.
Ladies, don’t be bitter at me about this, I know how evil a woman can be, and I know what it means to be hurt, but you must understand this, “there’s no way for a man to defend a rape allegation, it’s impossible.”
If a woman calls you a rapist than you are a rapist.
The unanswered question remains “Has Bill Cosby drugged and raped every woman that has made the claim?”
I’m not certain, but I do know raping and drugging ONE woman is far too many!
Rape is a horrid experience for a woman and an horrible allegation on any man besides a rapist, and if Mr. Cosby is a rapist, Now What?