Thursday, March 18, 2021

Exec of #MeToo Group That Covered for Biden’s Sex Abuse Heads His Gender Policy Council; Biden Administration Signals Openness to Adding Third Gender Option for Federal IDs

Exec of #MeToo Group That Covered for Biden’s Sex Abuse Heads His Gender Policy Council:
Believe all women… except those who accuse powerful Democrats.
When Hollywood wanted to divert attention from its sexual abuse of women, it created Time’s Up and staffed it with political hacks from the Obama administration.
Time’s Up was built as a rival to the decentralized social media #MeToo movement. Replacing social media outrage driven by random people with a formal organization funded by Hollywood capital and controlled by the Democrat non-profit sector could prevent another Weinstein mess.
Despite being backed by Hollywood millionaires, the organization’s legal defense fund launched what became the largest fundraiser on GoFundMe: totaling almost $25 million. But critics pointed out that Time’s Up’s money was mostly going to salaries, rather than to victims.
There was even more outrage when Time’s Up Now co-sponsored a retreat at a spa filled with agents from CAA: a powerful talent agency backing Time’s Up which had been accused of covering up Weinstein's crimes. Rose McGowan, a key #MeToo figure, tweeted, “Times Up A vile PR stunt, a front for evil CAA & other human traffickers like Weinstein.”
In 2019, Lisa Borders, the CEO of Time's Up, was forced to resign when her son, a formerly homeless yoga instructor, was accused of groping one of his clients during a "healing" session. Borders explained that she was resigning because she wanted to defend her son, but still got paid $591,000 for half a year’s work as part of a “severance agreement” with the group.
Borders was replaced by Tina Tchen, Michelle Obama’s former chief of staff, who spent 2020 tanking what was left of the little credibility that the Obama/Hollywood front group still had. --->READ MORE HERE
Biden administration signals openness to adding third gender option for federal IDs:
The Biden administration signaled openness Monday to adding a third gender to federal IDs.
“Speaking of executive orders on gender equity, the president and the vice president campaigned during the election on giving a third gender option on federal government IDs to individuals who want them. Does the president see value in signing an executive order to make that happen?” a White House reporter asked Executive Director of the White House Gender Policy Council Jennifer Klein during a press conference.
“I haven’t looked yet to see whether that requires an executive order,” she replied. “I would note that we are very inclusive in our definition of ‘gender,’ and we intend to address all sorts of discrimination and fight for equal rights for people, whether that’s LGBTQ+ people, women, girls ... men. So, that’s certainly something that we will look at. But I honestly don’t know whether that requires an executive order.” --->READ MORE HERE
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