In an interview with Marc Lamont Hill, Judge Joe Brown says what he really thinks about laws set up to protect women, how “groupies” don’t have rights because they give head in hallway “closets” and why Bill Cosby should not be held more accountable for drugging the women since they “wanted them.”
When talking about the Cosby release (off of a technicality) after being convicted and sentenced, Brown said, “This never should have gone to trial. It’s a travesty. It is a violation of due process in American law. That is part of his mess that the mainstream media is trying to feed into the heads of the citizenry and poison them by saying that emotions and their feelings are supposed to have paramountcy over what happens within the law. That’s not the way it goes.”
Judge Joe Brown went on …
“What about these women being accountable for their own behavior? They were groupies. You know ‘sex, drugs, rock & roll,’ ‘sex, drugs, rap,’ ‘sex, drugs, baseball … football … basketball … movies … television!’”
“We forgot what that term meant: sex. drugs rock & roll. The b##### come to the parties. They hang out. They get drunk. They snort lines of blow, and they have a good time. They use the hallway closets to give head … the bathrooms to get down and you go in to get your coat off of the bed and they’re lying on top of it doing somebody.”
Judge Joe Brown even pinpointed when these problems led to Bill Cosby being accused of sexual assault and rape.
“Let’s be sanctimonious 25, 30, 40, 50 years later after something was in big-time style. This stuff started out with the sexual revolution was going on and a lot of women deeply.”
The TV judge did say that it is “horrible when women are done wrong,” but he seems to think that only certain women can be done wrong.
He even critiques the changes in laws over the last 25 years, noting that it takes the responsibility off women (who get drugged) because in this case, Dr. Cosby gave them drugs they would have taken anyway.
So why was Cosby freed?