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Editorial: America's Dad feedback

(Source: WSFA 12 News) (Source: WSFA 12 News)
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Two weeks back I discussed Bill Cosby and how his deviant sexual behavior finally caught up with him and will likely be going to jail.

Some viewers did not care for how I approached this subject.

Kyle wrote: Your manager, stuffed as he is, talks big about “no excuse for sexual abuse” then ends his words with the hint that “TV’s dad will get his “abuse” in prison.” So, he says it’s okay to abuse some people.

I never said nor condone that Cosby be sexually abused in prison. I only point out what might happen to him while in jail. Should something like that occur those responsible need to be held accountable just like Mr. Cosby. 

Cynthia wrote: Why is it that you chose to speak about Bill Cosby the way you did. Why didn't you make the same statements about Donald Trump, Harvey Weinstein, Charlie Rose, Matt Lauer and not to mention the coach that got convicted for molesting all those athletes? She went on to ask, Is it because he was the only black person involved?

Cynthia, for the record I commented on Bill Cosby not because he is black but because he was found guilty of a sexual crime. Donald Trump, Harvey Weinstein, Charlie Rose and Matt Lauer have all been accused of sexual misconduct, but have not yet been convicted of a crime. I will do the same type of editorial on those mentioned should they be found guilty in a court of law. 

You obviously missed my editorial when I called out the deviant doctor Nasser who was found guilty, and happens to be white, who preyed on the young female gymnasts. 

I will say it again, sexual deviants when found guilty must be sentenced to the full extent of the law.

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