OpEd: Don’t believe the victim, says New York Times reporter — she was probably drunk!

As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News App offers the following OpEd written by Becket Adams and published by WASHINGTONEXAMINER.COM:

New York Times reporter Robin Pogrebin seems determined to humiliate her newsroom at every turn — and all for the sake of selling her new book.

First, she published a hilariously ill-advised tweet from one of the Times’ main social media accounts this weekend, promoting an excerpt from her upcoming book. Pogrebin then threw her editors under the bus after the excerpt placed in the paper’s Sunday Review section was found to have excluded relevant exculpatory details regarding allegations that Justice Brett Kavanaugh, as an undergraduate at Yale University, once dropped his trousers during a party and that friends then “pushed his penis into the hand of” an unidentified female victim.

The article goes on to state the following:

The problem is that the alleged victim of this treatment is telling friends she doesn’t remember any such thing. And so Pogrebin has responded by claiming that the woman was probably too drunk at the time to say whether it did or did not happen.

Adams cited a radio interview (listen below) in which Pogrebin said that the alleged victim was “incredibly drunk at that party, as was everyone.”

In the OpEd, Adams says Pogrebin “cannot possibly know how many drinks the woman supposedly had that evening” and rebuked the reporter for being “perfectly comfortable” accusing her of being “possibly too drunk to say whether” the incident occurred.


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