Condoleezza Rice Cautions The #MeToo Movement [Video]

[VIDEO] Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice appeared on CNN and expressed her concerns about the #metoo movement and the dangers that it represents to women everywhere. That is a different take on the movement that is supposed to free up women from any and all forms of sexual harassment. The problem is, apparently, that there is a problem of due process. the lack of this process can make women into an undesirable commodity. Women will not be hired out of concern for such actions. Watch the video as Ms. Rice makes her points.


As Written and Reported By Chris Enloe for The Blaze:

In a recent interview, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice expressed gratitude for the “#MeToo movement,” but cautioned what might come from the movement if it continues down its current path.

What did she say?

Speaking with David Axelrod on CNN Saturday, Rice said she believes the movement to expose men who are sexually abusive is a “good thing,” but cautioned taking the movement too far.

“I do think we have to be a little bit careful. Let’s not turn women into snowflakes. Let’s not infantilize women,” she said.

If the movement continues at its current pace, Rice expressed some anguish over the reaction men might have toward women in their workplaces in the future.

“What I really don’t want to happen is…that it gets to a place where men start to think, ‘Well maybe it’s just better not to have women around.’ I’ve heard a little bit of that and it worries me,” Rice explained.

What else did she say?

During the interview, Rice also revealed that she, too, has been the subject of unwanted …….

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Watch: Condoleezza Rice lampoons the #MeToo movement — and warns what it could do to women – TheBlaze

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