Amid the numerous allegations of sexual impropriety flying around on social media, conservative actor James Woods has found himself the target of a radical feminist.
On Sunday, feminists all across California gathered in Hollywood for a “Take Back The Workplace” and #MeToo combined march that saw hundreds of batsh-t crazy leftists show up to protest perceived injustices against women, the Daily Mail reported. While the march didn’t really make many headlines, a troubling move from actress Elizabeth Perkins is raising eyebrows and has people questioning what the hell it is she’s talking about.
Perkins, 56, alongside fellow actress Frances Fisher, displayed a sign simply stating “James Woods #MeToo,” which implies that she’s accusing woods of some sort of sexual impropriety.
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Oddly enough, while the actress appeared to suggest that Woods is guilty of something, she never actually elaborated on the claim. However, it wouldn’t be the first time a leftist actress accused Woods of doing something inappropriate, as Amber Tamblyn also alleged he tried hitting on her and a young friend, but Woods quickly shot down her claim.
In September, before the current scandal, actress Amber Tamblyn called out Woods on Twitter claiming he’d tried to pick her up when she was just 16
Responding on Twitter, Woods accused Tamblyn of lying
More on Woods’ previous accusations from the Daily Mail:
In September, actress Amber Tamblyn called Woods ‘predatory’, saying he tried to pick her and a friend up at a Las Vegas bar when she was 16. Responding, Woods accused Tamblyn of lying.
The House and Joan Of Arcadia actress responded on social media after Woods criticized the film Call Me By Your Name for having a love story between two gay 17-year-old and 24-year-old characters.
Twitter user Amanda Kendall linked the movie’s subject and Tamblyn’s accusation by asking Woods a question about the morality and legalities of underage relationships: ‘What makes a 24yo/17yo gay relationship inherently indecent but skeevy old guys trying to pick up a pair of 16 year old girls is okay?’
Woods responded with the tweet: ‘The first is illegal. The second is a lie.’
Unfortunately, with the way our country is today, all it takes are mere accusations for a person’s life to be completely destroyed. In fact, the entire feminist movement of believing victims at all costs has eroded the most important principle of our justice system – that people are presumed innocent until proven guilty – which in turn has allowed opportunistic females to weaponize allegations of sexual impropriety without so much as a shred of evidence to back their claims up.
One only needs to look as far as Judge Roy Moore and the way his good name is being dragged through the mud over nothing more than allegations from supposed incidents that occurred nearly 40 years ago.
To say this trend is dangerous is an understatement; it’s antithetical to everything we hold dear in America.
Let’s just hope that Woods fights tooth and nail to keep his good name in the clear.