Jesse Watters ‘Takes Vacation’…Is He About to Leave Too?

Rush Limbaugh recently said on his show that he finds it had to believe Fox News is the ONLY place where sexual harassment of women occurs.

We aren’t defending sexual harassment, we just think it’s a little bit strange that it’s only being reported at one company.

Bill O’Reilly was taken out.

Sean Hannity was in the hot seat until his accuser retracted her claims.

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And now Jesse Waters has come under fire.

As part of his commentary on the new prime time “The Five,” Watters and the rest of the panel were discussing Ivanka Trump’s appearance in Berlin at a women’s conference where she was booed for saying her father supported families.

As he was wrapping up his commentary, he said “I don’t really know what‘s going on there, but I really liked how she was speaking into that microphone.”

Liberals immediately jumped all over him for that comment. They claimed he was making a rude sexual gesture.

(By the way, it’s still okay to boo her in their eyes.)

Watters did refute the claim…

…but it wasn’t enough for liberals.

Attorney Lisa Bloom, who represented Bill O’Reilly’s accusers, took a direct hit at Watters in a series of tweets.

The BizPac Review reports that Watters will now be taking the next two days off from “The Five.”

It’s unknown if this is just coincidence or not.

His weekend show, “Watters’ World,” will be guest-hosted by Fox News colleague Kimberly Guilfoyle.

Watters said he’s taking a short vacation to be with family and plans to be back on Monday.

During the week before Bill O’Reilly’s dismissal, he was also reported to have been on vacation. Hmm.

What do you think? Were Watters comments sexual harassment?

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