Bill Cosby has gone from Number One Dad to Public Enemy Number One

Did Bill Cosby rape over 30 women? He has been accused of this and he has been found guilty by the court of public opinion. Those who still want proof have been effectively stoned to death by that court. Whoopi Goldberg had her doubts, but she was subject to death threats for not getting on the same page with the masses. She got her”mind right” and now she can go and sin no more. There is no room for doubt he is guilty by public decree, but is it wrong to question the women or their motives? Is it wrong to think perhaps some of these women willingly engaged in sex with Cosby? Is it wrong to ask how did this black man rape so many white women and none of these women went to the police? I am not a Cosby apologist I just believe there are a lot of questions that need to be asked and not just to Cosby.

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  • Bill  On July 16, 2015 at 3:00 pm

    Let’s start with the premise that any question an observer of this controversy has is not wrong if that is what he or she would like to know answers to. But I am a bit perplexed by the implication in your question of why none of these white women who make the accusation of rape, particularly by a black man, would not report it to the authorities. Yet on the other hand you raise the question of whether or not these same women who you suggest might have been particularly appalled by being violated by a black man might have engaged in a consensual sexual relationship. The reasoning just seems to be inconsistent to me.

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