MSNBC Host: Aren’t Women ‘Re-Raped’ by George Will’s Rhetoric?

'When he used phrases like so-called rape epidemic, doesn’t that trivialize the trauma that women have to endure in the face of the rape that they’ve endured, and then they’re re-raped'

MSNBC Host: Aren’t Women ‘Re-Raped’ by George Will’s Rhetoric? (The Washington Free Beacon)

Fill-in MSNBC host Michael Eric Dyson asked whether rape victims are effectively “re-raped” by columnist George Will’s rhetoric Tuesday on The Ed Show.

“When he used phrases like so-called rape epidemic, doesn’t that trivialize the trauma that women have to endure in the face of the rape that they’ve endured, and then they’re re-raped, they’re re-traumatized again verbally and rhetorically by insensitivities like the ones Mr. Will exhibited?” Dyson asked, in typical absurdly leading fashion.

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