Two of the latest men to be accused of sexually harassing women are Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) and PBS newsman Charlie Rose. Both have tried to do damage control with apology statements.
On today’s show, Doc had a thoughtful take on Rose and Franken’s respective apologies – which sound suspiciously similar and seem to follow this format:
- Apologize without admitting guilt.
- Keep it vague.
- Explain why your alleged victims are remembering wrong.
- Blame society for your personal issues.
- Hope that we’ve all “learned something.”
Rose and Franken both conveniently “remembered” events surrounding their alleged sexual harassment and groping incidents differently than their accusers.
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