“Me too’ is the raging fad that is spreading through all of America like a highly infectious virus. While many of the claims are probably based upon real events, there are also some that are most likely nothing more than publicity seeking made-up stories. But how does one know the difference so many years later
Now, Olympic gold medal US gymnast Aly Raisman has joined the ranks of the ‘me too’ in accusing former US Olympic team doctor Larry Nassar of sexually abusing her. Others have made the same claim against Nassar. Chances are, Raisman’s claim is real.
Aly Raisman — one of the most celebrated recent Olympic stars — said she, like fellow “Fierce Five” gymnast McKayla Maroney, was sexually abused by a former USA Gymnastics team doctor.
Raisman, who captained the 2012 and 2016 Olympic gold medal-winning teams, detailed in an upcoming book the abuse she said she suffered at the hands of disgraced USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar. The 23-year-old’s book, “Fierce,” is set to be released Nov. 14.
Raisman spoke to CBS’ “60 Minutes” in an interview slated to air Sunday regarding the alleged sex abuse she endured from the doctor who spent more than two decades working with top athletes at USA Gymnastics…
What about the sudden claim of sexual assault against Roy Moore, former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court and current GOP candidate for the US Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions. The alleged event supposedly took place 39 years ago, but the woman making the claim just happens to go public a month before the special election. Seems more like apolitical smear campaign, but how do you know?