Is #MeToo in danger of becoming the new McCarthyism?
By Sheila CoppsSep. 24, 2018
The stunt Serena Williams pulled off was nothing short of professional bullying, reminiscent of her previous threat to kill a female Asian line referee for calling a foot fault. But in a one-sided stampede, it is simply easier to claim #MeToo.
A protester, pictured at the Ottawa Women's March on Jan. 20, 2017. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—Is #MeToo in danger of becoming the new McCarthyism?
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