What is happening now is challenging a old social norm on the behavior of men toward women in the work place. Because of this moment women of the future will work in a safer and less threatening environment.
But the torches are out, and every man is guilty and every man is vulnerable for some behavior in his past.
Mika, on Morning Joe, was asked if she had the power to have any man on MSNBC fired with an accusation by her; and her answer was yes.
SHOULD ONE ACCUSATION COST A MAN HIS JOB?
It has Harold Ford Jr.
There needs to be some perspective for accountability between shaming and (to distort the old Vietnam adage) ruin them all and let God sort it out.