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Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Feminazis Bemoan Reintroduction Of Due Process To College Campuses

by JASmius

Before we begin, let me say that I, too, don't find where the Constitution provides Congress the authority to tell State and local authorities to bring criminal cases to the police in cases of sexual assault which take place on college campii.  Something that goes to show how oftentimes Republicans can do the right thing for the woefully wrongest reasons.  Or maybe it's doing the wrong thing for the right reasons.  Oh, you know what I mean.

The point is, the feminist Left hated Matt Salmon's and Pete Sessions' bill because it attempted to disrupt their nuclear war on men:

Kevin Kruger, the president of NASPA (Student Affairs Professionals in Higher Education), said requiring alleged victims to report a sexual assault would create a “chilling effect” for thousands of women, the majority of whom already don’t report their sexual assault to anyone.

“We strongly believe that victims should have the rights to pursue the course of action that’s right for them,” Kruger told the Daily Beast. “They want and need support.”…

But only when the victims are not women having actually been sexually assaulted (whatever that's been re-defined downward into meaninglessness to, um, mean) and are in fact men who have been smeared as "rapists," their reputations defamed, damaged, and destroyed, their characters assassinated more thoroughly than John Wilkes Booth, Lee Harvey Oswald, and Sirhan Sirhan could have managed in a six-man tag with Presidents Lincoln, Kennedy, and the latter's kid brother.

Why?  Because such "sexist," "rape-facilitating" concepts as due process and the right to confront one's accusers and receive a fair trial and an entire laundry list of other nuggets of timeless wisdom from the Bill of Rights cannot be allowed to stand in the way of misandrists making up scurrilous falsehoods destroying the lives of thousands of men in a desperate attempt to manufacture a renewed relevance for feminism.

In other words, one more manifestation of "Die Tagesordnung ├╝ber alles".

Hey, it isn't true feminazism if you don't say it in Deutsche.

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