I watch the Today show each morning (until they get to the fluffy part where they go outside) and was totally shocked to read about Matt Lauer's firing. It's so sudden and the first that anyone has heard of misconduct by Lauer. The way things are going there won't be any men in jobs anymore, especially politics! Nobody yet knows what this story is or how bad or widespread, if beyond this one accuser. Maybe it's the union in me, but I believe that things need to be put in perspective about what the accusations are and how bad they are to warrant an outcome of an immediate firing. Shouldn't there be an administrative leave while an investigation takes place? I am starting to get uneasy with the MeToo campaign. Some men are taken down, careers ruined (Thinking of Charlie Rose, another shocker), yet we still have a President and Supreme Court justice employed. There is a difference in sexual harassment. What Weinstein and Bill Cosby and Roy Moore did are different from what some other men are accused of and to what degree. Honestly, when i think of how many times i can blow the whistle on men i've worked with for, some stuff they said or proposed to me, (as many of women can), i shake my head. But i take some responsibility for it because i did nothing to stop them or report it. And while i would have wanted them to cease their behavior i wouldn't say firing them is the way to go. Anita Hill gave us a start many years ago to use our voice when it happened. Why didn't we use it? (I'm asking myself this too.) Also kudos to the Washington Post for investigating that one story about Roy Moore which would have derailed and discredited all the other stories from his accusers. We need to be diligent in this new culture of fake news that we are going to the right sources.