Ben Shapiro scored one:
I can’t wait until this week is over.
Of course, that’s why Democrats are always chanting “believe survivors” these days; Ted Kennedy was smart enough never to leave any.
Michael Moore’s ex-wife Suing the filmmaker for allegedly squirreling away profits from movies on which they collaborated:
Earlier this month Glynn filed a lawsuit against Moore in Manhattan Supreme Court claiming that he was stiffing her on profits from their joint movie projects.
Moore’s lawyer, Kenneth Warner, wrote in court papers filed Friday that Glynn sued in order to publicize information that would have remained sealed and confidential if their case had stayed in the Michigan court.
Of course, this is not The kind of “abuse”, much less “assault”, that’s been in the news lately.
But it does, perhaps (very, very perhaps), highlight another fact that the social justice pimps would just as soon not I have us talking about; a lot of what is reported as “abuse” – and what the heck, let’s call this “alleged financial abuse”– Is actually maneuvering in court.
That court might be a court of law, or a court of public opinion, but the tactic is the same.