Can the media straight out refuse to report sexual harassment allegations against a public figure they really like?
If these sexual harassment allegations against Neil deGrasse Tyson are real, then they may be the acid test of that theory. Neil deGrasse Tyson is a pompous windbag filled with empty cliches and lefty pieties. He’s the media’s favorite “scientist” because he is to science about what Carl Sagan was to science. Tyson turns science into scientism, a system of self-assured and anti-intellectual beliefs. Are these allegations real? They appear to involve actual people. It’s odd that they aren’t being discussed.
Two more women, including a fellow astronomer, say Neil deGrasse Tyson is guilty of inappropriate sexual conduct.
Dr. Katelyn N. Allers, Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Bucknell University, told me that she was “felt up” by Tyson at an after-party following a meeting of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) in 2009. AAS didn’t have a mechanism for reporting sexual harassment at the time, but Dr. Allers says she probably would report the incident if it had happened today.
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