Rose McGowan Rips Hillary Over Her Weinstein Ties “I Guess Predators are her Style”

Actress Rose McGowan has lashed out against Hillary over her ties to Harvey Weinstein that were exposed in Ronan Farrow’s new book.

McGowan tweeted:

I knew that Hillary Clinton’s people, were protecting the Monster. I can’t believe I used to support her. I guess predators are her style.

The Independent reports Rose McGowan has lashed out at Hillary Clinton over a report that Ronan Farrow’s investigation into Harvey Weinstein was a “concern” for the Clinton camp.

The actor was one of the first to come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct against the disgraced producer, and a lead campaigner for the #MeToo movement. Weinstein has denied all allegations of non-consensual sex.

“I knew that Hillary Clinton’s people, were protecting the Monster,” McGowan wrote on Twitter, referring to Weinstein. “I can’t believe I used to support her. I guess predators are her style.”

The last remark in McGowan’s tweet appeared to also apply to former US president Bill Clinton, to whom McGowan referred in a separate message.

“Hillary Clinton, did you have any concern for your husband’s victims? And what about HW victims? No? Didn’t think so,” McGowan wrote.

A new bombshell article from the Hollywood reporter exposes how difficult it was for reporter Ronan Farrow to expose the evil actions of sex predator Harvey Weinstein.

While the gist of the article consists of how Farrow believes his story was being thwarted by NBC and MSNBC, a passage discusses how Weinstein attempted to leverage his relationship with Hillary Clinton to pressure Farrow.

From The Hollywood reporter 

Weinstein also attempted to leverage his long-term relationship with Hillary Clinton to pressure Farrow, he writes. In summer 2017, while Farrow was trying to lock down an interview with Clinton for his foreign policy book — while also still working on the Weinstein story — he received a call from Clinton’s publicist, Nick Merrill, who told him that the “big story” Farrow was working on was a “concern for us.” Then, in September 2017, according to an email cited in the book, Weinstein wrote to Deborah Turness, the ex-president of NBC News who now runs NBC News International, to propose a docuseries on Clinton. “Your Hillary doc series sounds absolutely stunning,” Turness responded.

Weinstein’s tentacles even stretched to Farrow’s own estranged father. Days before the Times story broke, Weinstein is said to have called Allen on a film set in Central Park, soliciting advice about how to deal with his son. Allen declined: “Jeez, I’m so sorry. Good luck.”

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