For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Anyone who thinks this sort of thing does not invite pushback is at best naive.
I’m with Margaret Atwood: “I believe that in order to have civil and human rights for women there have to be civil and human rights, period, including the right to fundamental justice, just as for women to have the vote, there has to be a vote,” she wrote. In regard to the specifics of Galloway’s case, she added, “a fair-minded person would now withhold judgment as to guilt until the report and the evidence are available for us to see. We are grownups: We can make up our own minds, one way or the other.”There's also this: