Actress suddenly wakes up, abruptly ditches Hillary for ‘protecting the Monster’ Harvey and hubby and
Rose McGowan and Hillary Clinton … Google images, Rhododentrites and Gage Skidmore

Actress Rose McGowan was livid this past week over a report that Hillary Clinton’s publicist told Ronan Farrow that his investigation into Harvey Weinstein’s reported history of sexual misconduct was “a concern” for the Clinton organization.

Farrow wrote that the Hollywood mogul leveraged his long-time relationship with the Clintons to pressure him to back off from his efforts to publicly expose Weinstein for his alleged serial sexual abuse that was ultimately published in the New Yorker magazine.

The enraged McGowan took to social media several times on Friday, laying waste to Hillary for her sanctioning of not only Weinstein’s offenses, but also those of her husband Bill.

“I knew that Hillary Clinton’s people, were protecting the Monster,” McGowan tweeted. “I can’t believe I used to support her. I guess predators are her style.”

“Hillary Clinton, did you have any concern for your husband’s victims? And what about HW victims? No? Didn’t think so,” McGowan added.

Of course, there are several well-known names connected with Bill Clinton, including Juanita Broaddrick, Leslie Millwee, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey, and Monica Lewinski.

McGowan wasn’t done yet, calling out Hillary once again via Twitter hashtag …

According to a Hollywood Reporter article on Farrow’s new book “Catch and Kill: Lies, Spies and a Conspiracy to Protect Predators” … “In his first interview about the explosive ‘Catch and Kill,’ the journalist reveals fresh claims of secret payouts and how [Matt] Lauer may have played a role in the network’s decision to kill his 2017 Harvey Weinstein exposé: ‘I’m very clear about the fact that Harvey was laying siege to NBC.'”

The Hollywood Reporter summarized the urgency Weinstein was feeling before his ship of fortune ran aground …

It was September 2017, and Harvey Weinstein was huddled at a corner table at New York’s Loews Regency hotel alongside Dylan Howard, chief content officer of National Enquirer publisher American Media Inc. Weinstein had become increasingly alarmed about a story that Ronan Farrow — then a correspondent for NBC News and most famous for being the son of Mia Farrow and Woody Allen — was vigorously pursuing about the powerful producer’s long-rumored sexual predations. Weinstein had worked to suppress variations of that story for decades, and he was desperate for it to stay secret. But Farrow (along with a team at The New York Times) was closing in. Weinstein wanted to bully NBC News into killing the story. He needed leverage.

Weinstein was desperate and aimed to call in all his chits and favors, to include those holding political power.

After the October 9 Hollywood Reporter story published, Nick Merrill, the Clinton publicist, tweeted a vague redirection of blame back toward Weinstein …

“I genuinely respect Ronan’s work, but have no idea what Weinstein was saying to people to save himself. What I do know is simple: I’d already rejected a Weinstein Co proposed doc about the election before talking to Ronan. If HW misrepresented facts, it wouldn’t be the 1st time,” Merrill tweeted.

Weinstein’s rape-charges trial is slated for January. He has been accused by over 80 women in the film industry of rape, sexual assault and sexual abuse.

McGowan published a memoir in 2018 called “Brave,” in which she detailed her alleged rape by Weinstein 20 years earlier when she was 23, and she has long been at war with the Hollywood elite over their silence about sexual predators within the industry.


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