‘Historic Day’: See How The ‘Me Too’ Movement Founder Heard Weinstein Was Convicted Of Rape | MSNBC

'Historic Day': See How The 'Me Too' Movement Founder Heard Weinstein Was Convicted Of Rape | MSNBC 1


Harvey Weinstein was convicted of sexual assault and third degree rape. Tarana Burke, ‘Me Too’ movement founder, joins MSNBC chief legal correspondent Ari Melber saying the verdict comes as a “shock” for all sexual assault survivors and for Weinstein as he’s “never had to answer for the ways in which he's misused his power and privilege.” Aired on 02/24/20.
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'Historic Day': See How The 'Me Too' Movement Founder Heard Weinstein Was Convicted Of Rape | MSNBC

31 Comments on "‘Historic Day’: See How The ‘Me Too’ Movement Founder Heard Weinstein Was Convicted Of Rape | MSNBC"

  1. This guy is just getting a taste of what he deserves. There is still another trial.

  2. G when is Donald Trump’s pardon coming please everybody register to vote and vote let’s make America groovy again

  3. 👃🏾

  4. Dalila mahalas astrology Lauritano | February 24, 2020 at 8:57 PM | Reply

    Next one is Trump and company!!!


  6. It took the outcry of 30 Hollywood stars, a national movement, and still only 2 of the 5 counts was he found guilty of.
    As great as this was for the victims and for justice, let’s not think we’ve done enough to change the system.

  7. Ranaldo Bobsled | February 24, 2020 at 9:01 PM | Reply

    Poundmetoo gone too far.

  8. carlos fidalgo gil | February 24, 2020 at 9:02 PM | Reply

    I would like to be a boggus to live in that palace

  9. Lilly Fitzgerald | February 24, 2020 at 9:03 PM | Reply

    NIce interview Ari. You brought out really important issues around sexual assault and how it is dealt with in the judicial system and in the community. So grateful for the likes of Tarana Burke and the courageous women who had to face the debasement, harm and humiliation of sexual assault in this trial as well as to all those others who are not ‘heard’.

  10. She's my President | February 24, 2020 at 9:05 PM | Reply

    What is the MSNBCannibalZombiMatrix ??

  11. altitude illume | February 24, 2020 at 9:10 PM | Reply

    #taranaMETOOburke a great, GREAT CAUSE, good work and time.
    for all the victim and family survivors, you hero.

  12. Trump, “What me too?”

  13. Ving Rhames out here tripping…

  14. How long before he pleads for a pardon in exchange for money under the table to POTUS?

  15. She looks like a Buffalo Soldier

  16. CPT Snazzypants | February 24, 2020 at 9:52 PM | Reply

    He will either end up “committing suicide” or being exonerated by Trump. Just watch.

  17. Alfred Vallejos jr. | February 24, 2020 at 10:11 PM | Reply

    I WONDER HOW many LIKE him and BILL Cosby and others out there he can be bunked buddies with bill Cosby

    • Bill Cosby if your gonna base your entire case on number of accusers how many proven false should it legally take to logically conclude they all are false. 70%80%90%. And he never admitted to knocking any one out to have 😘 with them in their sleep.
      Page one 135 asked did you give these Quaaludes to women with out their knowledge he answered no.
      And. Do you how much was blocked from trial how many witnesses were blocked how much information on the Accusers was bared to protect the Accusers credibility

  18. Trump + India= Nameste

  19. Who did anything to her? My goodness

  20. The Metoo movement is changing the power structurs all over the world. In Russia we only use accusations on Facebook to meddle in one forign election

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