On today’s show: Nobody’s Victim. Bill O’Reilly settled a personal law suit for $32 million, before getting his $100 million contract from Fox News. Lis Wiehl was O’Reilly’s lawyer and has a law degree from Harvard. #MeToo. Children’s stats on abuse, not talking about children and not talking about people in captivity. O’Reilly forwarded emails written by someone else to his lawyer. Grace’s experience at a restaurant and how she refused to be a victim. Empower yourself if it happens to you. True victims don’t have choices. Harvey Weinstein’s victims endured many many years of abuse, turning this into a rebellion while many were making millions of dollars while allowing this abuse to continue. The Coastal Elite criticized other women for being controlled by men. People are not going to movies or NFL games anymore and rebeling. People want to listen to something real and be empowered. Over fifty percent of people no longer trust mainstream media. News vs Opinion. Why are stats lower in Canada? There are 32 million reasons. Why staying quiet is not good for anyone. The Intimidation Factor: money, power, powerful friends. Don Imus said some provocative things to Lis Wiehl on Blonde on Blonde. Illigal immigrants and the abuse they endure. They have no choices. There are real victims that have no choices, when in this case, they had many options and choices, but chose money and continued to let the abuser get away with the abuse. There are real victims, children and domestic abuse. Domestic abuse up 70 percent due to lack of good paying jobs. Empowerment is needed to stamp out sexual abuse and to bring it to the forefront to be dealt with sooner than later. #NobodysVictim

01:45 On today’s show: Nobody’s Victim
01:55 Bill O’Reilly settled a personal law suit for $32 million, before getting his $100 million contract from Fox News.
02:20 Lis Wiehl was O’Reilly’s lawyer and has a law degree from Harvard.
04:40 #MeToo
04:55 Children’s stats on abuse, not talking about children and not talking about people in captivity.
07:30 O’Reilly forwarded emails written by someone else to his lawyer.
10:55 Grace’s experience at a restaurant and how she refused to be a victim. Empower yourself if it happens to you.
13:50 True victims don’t have choices. Harvey Weinstein’s victims endured many many years of abuse, turning this into a rebellion while many were making millions of dollars while allowing this abuse to continue.
15:00 The Coastal Elite criticized other women for being controlled by men. People are not going to movies or NFL games anymore and rebeling.
16:00 People want to listen to something real and be empowered. Over fifty percent of people no longer trust mainstream media. News vs Opinion.
18:55 Why are stats lower in Canada? There are 32 million reasons.
20:00 Why staying quiet is not good for anyone.
21:30 The Intimidation Factor: money, power, powerful friends.
22:15 Don Imus said some provocative things to Lis Wiehl on Blonde on Blonde.
23:10 Illigal immigrants and the abuse they endure. They have no choices. There are real victims that have no choices, when in this case, they had many options and choices, but chose money and continued to let the abuser get away with the abuse. There are real victims, children and domestic abuse.
26:50 Domestic abuse up 70 percent due to lack of good paying jobs.
27:10 Empowerment is needed to stamp out sexual abuse and to bring it to the forefront to be dealt with sooner than later. #NobodysVictim

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