Of course it does. If he gets convicted in any case that's a totally different scenario. The interesting aspect here is that if he gets cleared from all the criminal charges that shouldn't necessarily mean that he's completely off the hook.

Just because he's not a criminal that doesn't absolve him from all the things he has done and his toxic behavior. But my main point here is that how hypocritical cancel culture has become by now.



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