His source message and her response (of several) here. She could not help herself, I am sure, responding strongly, opening herself up for criticism on her long-term silence on Bill Clinton. Trump has amazing instincts for weaknesses.
Not many, I am sure. https://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/tim-graham/2017/11/28/now-cokie-roberts-admits-all-female-reporters-knew-not-get-elevator.
Old CW: sexual harassment and rape are bad. New CW: if attacker is serving the common good “Thank you for taking the hit for the team”.
But it seems that the pictures from each week are from SF or other towns with poor records. If a big rivalry game, like Steelers-Ravens, has low turn attendance, then I will be impressed.
Denial-anger-bargaining-depression-acceptance is not a fixed sequence of grief. Mourners vary across the 5 stages. But I think it offers a general guide. All the anti-Trump fantasies in January (how new elections would be held, etc) were denial. Now there will apparently be screaming at the sky on the anniversary of the election. That is anger. And Professor Lawrence Lessig has 5-step plan that gets both Trump and Pence out and puts Hillary in as president. Pure fantasy, but so what? It is bargaining. People are making progress.
For now he is a symbol of a much bigger problem in Hollywood. By next week he will be the only such person, all sins piled on him, driven into the wilderness, and even left behind will be blameless.
After reading very interesting Washington Post article (lost link – sorry) about his rise in the entertainment business, I learned he is persistent, energetic, unfazed by rejection, determined. Sure, he is in a very deep hole now. That will take time to get out of. But I predict, in Jan 2021, we will be reading about the ‘resurrection of Harvey Weinstein’. You heard it here first.