Democrats could have swooped in to take the lead on reform – at least in politics – when it comes to harassment. Why didn’t they? A roundup of editorials Thursday takes a look at the issue.
Opinions from the Right:
From Cook Politics: The Left could have gained the high ground on dealing with sexual misconduct, but they chose to defend the wrong people.
Matt Lauer had a button under his desk that allowed him to lock his door without getting up, making it easy for him to initiate inappropriate conduct while being certain no one would walk in https://t.co/O109CDcBAb— Variety (@Variety) November 30, 2017
From The National Review: The media took obvious glee in the reports of sexual misconduct at Fox News. Why is there remorse over the end of Lauer’s career?
From The Wall Street Journal: Are other industries as rife with sexual misconduct as the media and Hollywood seem to be?