Full Frontal Thursday: Bad Boy Roundup, Pregnancy Discrimination, & Crashing Sean Spicer’s Book Tour

In today’s installment of “Full Frontal Thursday,” Sam talks about Paul Manafort’s trial. Jackets made of ostrich or python skin which cost more than a small car? Classy.

Next, she talks about pregnancy discrimination in certain workplaces. I was never pregnant during or after being employed 15+ years in various office environments, but was definitely discriminated against. The women who did get pregnant had no problems getting time off or promotions, either. That doesn’t mean that pregnant women aren’t regularly given the shaft, but the corporations I worked for seemed to have no issues with pregnant women.

Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer is working on the next chapter of his life by writing a shitty book about his time spent lying to the press and the American people on behalf of his corrupt, criminal former boss. Sam’s team followed him on his book tour.

Inevitable

That’s my word of the day. Some things are inevitable, even if they occur slowly. The wheels of justice turn at glacial movement at times. A bit of forward progress followed by regression. Movement which leaves indelible marks.

Criminal behavior, even that done covertly, can be discovered and rooted out. Those scumbags in California, for example, were finally imprisoned for the disgusting things they did to their own children. Each is being held on $12 million bail. I’m not surprised that they pled “not guilty.” Delusional people have the uncanny ability to justify their mindless, hateful, despicable actions.

If you know of a crime and do nothing about it, then you can be held responsible. This goes for cybercrimes as well.

I can’t wait to see the house of cards fall. I wonder who will go down with it, and how many others will collapse in turn.

It is inevitable.

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