December 13, 2017
They were sexually harassing a granny! lol
#MeToo is in the process of destroying every aspect of the existing Jew establishment. What’s great about it is that they can’t scale it back without looking like hypocrites. They’ve jammed feminism down everyone’s throats for so long that it is impossible for them to go against it.
Now we see the Negro Felon League having its own #MeToo problem. Some old skank named Jami Cantor has just accused a number of former players (mostly niggers) turned analysts and a Jew executive of sexually harassing her.
Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk was among three NFL Network analysts suspended Monday night in response to a new filing in a lawsuit brought by former wardrobe stylist,
Faulk, Ike Taylor and Heath Evans will remain suspended “pending an investigation into these allegations,” NFL Network said in a statement to USA TODAY Sports. Jami Cantor, who worked at the network for a decade, described a series of sexually inappropriate encounters with the three along with several former NFL players and others who have worked for NFL Network, including Donovan McNabb, Warren Sapp and Eric Davis.
“I think Jami Cantor is a very courageous woman, as all women coming forward in this #metoo movement,” Laura Horton, Cantor’s lawyer, told USA TODAY Sports in a phone interview. “All these women are courageous. These women have had the courage to step up knowing that, in the past at least, it would be a ‘he said, she said’ situation until we’ve had this national conversation.”
Courageous? Yes! lol
Cantor alleged that Faulk, who has been one of the NFL Network’s top analysts for about a decade, greeted her by “fondling her breasts and groping her behind,” according to the complaint. Faulk “became more aggressive,” including one instance where he allegedly invited Cantor to his hotel room where she witnessed him expose his genitals and made sexually suggestive remarks.
Cantor also claimed Taylor forwarded “sexually inappropriate” pictures of himself, according to the filing. Horton said that she has a copy of a video sent to Cantor that allegedly shows Taylor exposing himself in the shower.
McNabb, who is currently an ESPN employee, made sexually inappropriate comments via text, asking about a specific sex act multiple times.
ESPN did not immediately respond to a message left by USA TODAY Sports on the allegations made against McNabb. Representatives for Evans, Faulk and Taylor did not immediately reply to requests for comment Tuesday morning.
The amended complaint also alleged a top executive at Bill Simmons’ media group, Eric Weinberger, of inappropriate conduct. Weinberger, who worked at NFL Network as an executive producer before joining Simmons at The Ringer, allegedly “pressed his crotch against” Cantor and asked her to “touch it,” according to the filing. He also allegedly made several sexually suggestive comments.
The NFL needs to immediately fire every single individual this old slut has accused of wrongdoing. That includes all of those former monkey ball players and that Jew executive Weinberger. They’re all guilty.
There are some that will claim that we should wait and see what the facts are before passing judgment. I totally disagree with this approach. Waiting until all the facts come out would be sexist. That would imply that this old whore is lying. It is sexist to believe that a woman would ever lie for personal gain.
The NFL must show that they are not sexist by immediately terminating the employment of everyone who this skank accused of doing bad things. They should also pay her millions upon millions of dollars in compensation.