I wonder how the liberal weenies on the left now feel about their relentless bashing of conservatives against whom charges of sexual misconduct by a variety of women were placed, many later proven completely false.
I guarantee you they don’t feel a shred of remorse and look forward to the next opportunity to do the same.
Unable to deny some of the allegations against him (video proof), Matt Lauer admits to feeling “embarrassed and ashamed,” while claiming that other accusations are “untrue,” likely the incidents he knows can’t be proven.
While I object strongly to allegations of this nature being tried in the brutally cruel court of public opinion, I admit a certain satisfaction regarding the poetic justice of the accusatory left no longer being exempt from the media circus they created.
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Al Franken and John Conyers are expected to submit resumes for Lauer’s position as Today co-host.
Matt Lauer breaks silence: “There are no words to express my sorrow and regret for the pain I have caused others by words and actions” pic.twitter.com/9ZNFKBPeb4
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) November 30, 2017
From The Washington Times
Former NBC News anchor Matt Lauer released a statement Thursday offering an apology to those who he is accused of sexually harassing.
“As I am writing this I realize the depth of the damage and disappointment I have left behind at home and at NBC,” Mr. Lauer, who was fired, wrote in part.
The longtime “Today” anchor was fired on Wednesday for allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace, including allegedly exposing himself to women in the office and inviting women to his hotel room during Olympic coverage.
Two more women came forward on Thursday with additional claims.
Mr. Lauer pushed back against some of allegations in his statement, but did not offer details.
“Some of what is being said about me is untrue or mischaracterized, but there is enough truth in these stories to make me feel embarrassed and ashamed,” he said.
Mr. Lauer said that his full time job now is “repairing the damage” and “soul searching.”
NBC News has not announced who will replace him as Savannah Gutherie’s co-host on “Today.” Fellow NBC News anchor Hoda Kotb has filled in since Mr. Lauer’s dismissal.