Even now, you still sometimes see justice in this country:
Bill Cosby was charged Wednesday with sexually assaulting a woman at his home 12 years ago — the first criminal charges brought against the comedian out of the torrent of allegations that destroyed his good-guy image as America’s Dad.
The case sets the stage for perhaps the biggest Hollywood celebrity trial of the mobile-all-the-time era and could send the 78-year-old Cosby to prison in the twilight of his life and barrier-breaking career.
This could be a setback for The Narrative.
Prosecutors reopened the case over the summer as damaging testimony was unsealed in [rape victim Andrea] Constand’s related civil lawsuit against Cosby and as dozens of other women came forward with similar accusations that made a mockery of his image as the wise and understanding Dr. Cliff Huxtable from TV’s “The Cosby Show.” …
Cosby in 1965 became the first black actor to land a leading role in a network drama, “I Spy,” and he went on to earn three straight Emmys. Over the next three decades, the Philadelphia-born comic created TV’s animated “Fat Albert” and the top-rated “Cosby Show,” the 1980s sitcom celebrated as groundbreaking television for its depiction of a warm and loving family headed by two black professionals — one a lawyer, the other a doctor.
Why are charges being brought against someone who has played such a major role in affirming the preferred liberal view on race? This offers a clue:
He was a fatherly figure off camera as well, serving as a public moralist and public scold, urging young people to pull up their saggy pants and start acting responsibly.
“Young people” is a euphemism for blacks. By suggesting they take responsibility for their behavior, and by criticizing the degenerate liberal moral creed that he lived by, Cosby wandered off the reservation. His Get Out of Jail Free card was revoked.
If O.J. had told “young people” to pull their pants up, he might have been given a real trial instead of being set free by a kangaroo court.
Likely due to his ideological transgressions, Cosby’s old hobby of drugging and raping women has gotten him charged with aggravated indecent assault — speaking of which, Red Alert Politics has compiled “A Millennial’s Guide to Bill Clinton’s 20+ Sex Scandals.” As with Cosby, many of these scandals involve sexual assault.
Why is Bill Clinton not also facing criminal charges? Because the liberals who run everything still regard the dirtbag as a demigod, and they are trying to get him back in the White House along with his conspicuously corrupt and incompetent wife. But just because we know the answer is no reason for Donald Trump and others to refrain from asking the question loudly and repeatedly.
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