It’s utterly fascinating – and somewhat frightening – that most members of the City Council are calling for Bob Filner’s resignation because of sexual harassment allegations. There’s fire and brimstone coming from every corner. Every politician is jumping over the next trying to get a front row seat on the “Get Rid of Filner” train. You’d think they were REALLY upset by sexual harassment. But they’re not. Each one of them is just as guilty of sexual harassment as Filner.
If Filner goes, so should the highly misogynistic Jan Goldsmith, AND the city council members who recently voted to hand Goldsmith $500,000 to hire two big law firms to defend lawsuits by victims of sexual predator, Anthony Arevalos. Let’s be consistent folks. (Click HERE for an article on the first $250,000 authorization by the City Council.)
That’s right. These very City Council members authorized $500,000 in retainers on two high profile law firms to DEFEND the city and the sexual predator cop against lawsuits brought by the sick cop’s last 2 victims. Now the city attorneys and their high powered firms can further harass, bury, paper and destroy two women’s lives who were already sexually assaulted by a cop the City knew was out there doing it. The cop is in state prison, his supervisors knew what was happening for years, the Chief gave the cop’s supervisors promotions, and City Attorneys are taking depositions of victims, prying into their sex lives, trying to find old boyfriends, trying to scare them. Thanks San Diego City Council for protecting innocent women. All of you Filner haters who voted to continue the emotional harassment of two innocent victims of rogue cop Anthony Arevalos by handing misogynist Jan Goldsmith a blank check are simply two-faced.
So, if the defenders of women’s virtue – the San Diego City Council – want Filner to go, I say “You go with them.” And so should Jan Goldsmith, because he’s complicit with San Diego City Council members who are allowing the continued sexual assault of two innocent victims.
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