35 Women Speak Out on America’s Rapist
By Hunter Wallace
New York Magazine has published a massive expose of Bill Cosby complete with photos, videos, and the testimonies of each of his victims:
“There are now 46 women who have come forward publicly to accuse Cosby of rape or sexual assault; the 35 women here are the accusers who were willing to be photographed and interviewed by New York. The group, at present, ranges in age from early 20s to 80 and includes supermodels Beverly Johnson and Janice Dickinson alongside waitresses and Playboy bunnies and journalists and a host of women who formerly worked in show business. Many of the women say they know of others still out there who’ve chosen to remain silent. …”
The actual number of women accusing Bill Cosby of rape has climbed to 46. He got away with his own minature Rotherham for decades because of the difference he was making as a black man in changing racial attitudes. Exposing Cosby as a serial black rapist of White women was “a story about race” that would have inflamed “racism” and “stereotypes.” It was buried by our guardians in the media for that reason.
In 2002, President George W. Bush bestowed the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Bill Cosby, America’s highest civilian award, which recognizes exceptional meritorious service.