Matt Damon And Russell Crowe Helped Cover Up The Harvey Weinstein Allegations

The liberals are going crazy now that the Harvey Weinstein scandals are out in the open like this. Who knows, maybe a lot of people have known about this kind of behavior for many years and did not say anything.

But now it is different. Ever since the New York Times broke this story last week, people have been jumping all over him and the liberals that he has donated to in the past. Last night, he was fired from his own company, The Weinstein Company after the allegations that he sexually harassed many women broke.

But the allegations are far from over. It seems like every day something new about this disgusting man comes out. Weinstein deserves to go to prison and noting else. This abuse of power is utterly unacceptable.

Now there is a new report that claims actors such as Matt Damon and Russell Crowe, two of the biggest names in Hollywood, helped to cover up these allegations and get them buried. It started when Weinstein hired Fabrizio Lombardo as the head of Miramax Italy. It was said that his only job was to find escorts for Weinstein. He had no film making experience.

Sharon Waxman is the one to come out with these allegations.

“After intense pressure from Weinstein, which included having Matt Damon and Russell Crowe call me directly to vouch for Lombardo and unknown discussions well above my head at the Times, the story was gutted,” Laxman said. “I was told at the time that Weinstein had visited the newsroom in person to make his displeasure known.”

But the New York Times shut the story down after the editor found the story to be unimportant and boring. What a mistake this was, as now look what it has turned into.

After the allegations starting rolling in, Weinstein released a statement. “I can’t talk specifics, but I put myself in positions that were stupid, I want to respect women and do things better,” Weinstein said this past week.

It sounds like this man has a lot of trouble going forward. He was involved in so many bad things it is hard to know where to even start.