Democrats could have swooped in to take the lead on reform – at least in politics – when it comes to harassment. Why didn’t they? A roundup of editorials Thursday takes a look at the issue.
Opinions from the Right:
From Cook Politics: The Left could have gained the high ground on dealing with sexual misconduct, but they chose to defend the wrong people.
From The National Review: The media took obvious glee in the reports of sexual misconduct at Fox News. Why is there remorse over the end of Lauer’s career?
From The Wall Street Journal: Are other industries as rife with sexual misconduct as the media and Hollywood seem to be?