Bless those such as Jeffrey Toobin who can muster up the courage to go back on t.v. after an embarrassing Zoom moment in masturbating online. Toobin was placed on work suspension after he spotted on Zoom masturbating.
Toobin who was
allegedly on a conference call with his colleagues at The New Yorker was on a break when he thought he was off camera, and began masturbating. Sad for Toobin though, because his camera to Zoom was active. The New Yorker as a result fired Toobin for his unintended actions. CNN took him back after he was finishing cooling off. He said this of the situation upon returning back to work:
“I’m trying now to say how sorry I am, sincerely. Above all, I am sorry to my wife and to my family, but I’m also sorry to the people on the Zoom call. I’m sorry to my former colleagues at The New Yorker. I’m sorry to my current, fortunately, still colleagues at CNN.
And I’m sorry to the people who read my work and watched me on CNN who thought I was a better person than this. I’ve got a lot to rebuild, but I feel very privileged and very lucky that I’m going to be able to try to do that.”
In continuation, Toobin went into explaining that it was not his intention for anyone to see him masturbating. He said:
“I didn’t think other people could see me. I thought that I had turned off the Zoom call. Now, that’s not a defense. This was deeply moronic and indefensible.”
Toobin have taught us all a lesson. Be careful of devices you may think are not on but are. Should we crucify a man who had his needs that day, and thought he was getting it on in private or should he be given another chance ?
Gotta give it to CNN’s Alisyn Camerota for not cracking a laugh as she spoke to Toobin on the situation. Donald Trump is going to have fun with this in 5,4,3,2…