The System Is Rotten: Rose McGowan Says CAA Talent Agency Is Part of the “Pimp Problem”

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Former TV star, Rose McGowan, publicly accused Harvey Weinsten of raping her 20 years ago.  Weinstein paid her $100,000 at the time, and later hired ex-Mossad agents to spy on her and suppress the scandal.  McGowan says the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, which claim to encourage other abused women to come forward with their stories, actually are a controlled-opposition front for the very people who are the worst sex offenders.  At the center of this group, she says, is Hollywood’s largest talent agency, the CAA, which is housed in a building adorned with Illuminati symbolism. -GEG

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