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The other day we published a blog about former Boston Globe employee Hilary Sargent, who was accusing editor Brian McGrory of sexual harassment when he asked her what she was wearing while working:
If you’ve ever been sent a sext-type text from someone who was powerful enough that you felt you couldn’t do anything (other than panic/shake your head/cry), you’re not alone. The more we tweet these, the less they’ll send them. #MeToo pic.twitter.com/hoe8lrSjOH
— 𝕙𝕚𝕝𝕒𝕣𝕪 𝕤𝕒𝕣𝕘𝕖𝕟𝕥 (@lilsarg) May 21, 2018
Just amazing that the Boston Globe pretends to care about the plight of women and minorities while harboring so many of these deviants.
Anyway, as usual the Boston Herald has written nothing about this. Because let’s be honest, the Herald isn’t a real newspaper anymore. I thought people like Adriana Cohen were alright, but where the hell is she on this one? She’s been whining about Facebook for months too, follows us on Twitter, and won’t return emails or messages we send her about stories like this. Because like most people in the media, she’s useless too.
Nope, the only ones talking about it or Kirk and Callahan and the Turtle. As usual. And on Beat the Press last night Dan Kennedy and Emily Rooney were forced to acknowledge that at around the 8:35 mark:
“If they aren’t looking into this, then who will? No one is, other than us and Turtleboy Sports.”
Keep in mind, these are Kevin Cullen and McGrory’s buddies. They back the Globe 1,000%, and they go out of their way to attempt to not point fingers directly at them.
“This was out of context. We don’t know what was said before this.”
Ummmm….under no circumstances is it ever cool for an editor to ask a subordinate what she’s wearing while working. Is it the worst thing that’s ever happened? Nope. But it’s clearly sexual harassment, because he’d never ask a man that. End of story. The Globe has zero credibility when it comes to women’s issues, and when the newspaper of record is covering up their own shit, and their “rival” isn’t even writing about it, you have a serious problem with journalism in your town.