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Alec Baldwin calls out Rose McGowan for “delayed justice” settlement with Harvey Weinstein

Baldwin then blocks Asia Argento on twitter for her comments.

The liberal left in hollywood turning on the liberal left in hollywood, as Harvey Weinstein’s sexual deviance continues to expose how most everyone in the industry was corrupted by the money and fame dealt out by Harvey.

Alec Baldwin has vowed to take a break from Twitter after arguing that Rose McGowan “delayed justice” in receiving a settlement from her alleged abuser, Harvey Weinstein.

Via The Daily Beast

It all began yesterday, when the 30 Rock actor sat down for an interview with PBS Newshour to discuss the mounting sexual assault allegations against movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and Baldwin’s good pal, James Toback.

“You heard the rumor that [Weinstein] raped Rose McGowan. You heard that over and over, and nothing was done. We’ve heard that for decades and nothing was done,” said Baldwin. When the interviewer said “well nobody said anything,” Baldwin replied, “Well but what happened was Rose McGowan took a payment of $100,000 and settled her case with him. It was for Rose McGowan to prosecute that case.”

McGowan proceeded to tweet out a link to the video interview with the message…

“Told you everyone knew. No one cared. Men ran the show. Women toed the line. No more. #ROSEARMY.”

Asia Argento, who also accused Weinstein of raping her, tweeted a link to the video with her own, more message…

“Hey @AlecBaldwin you’re either a complete moron or providing cover for your pals and saving your rep. Maybe all three.”

Alec Baldwin to fire back…

“If you paint every man w the same brush, you’re gonna run out of paint or men @AsiaArgento.”

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