Denying The Facts About the Rolling Stones “False Rape” Claims..

Promoting Delusional, Completely Re-bunked Claims is what feminists Do.

They just cannot let it go. In their opinion and a rather ignorant, fact denying one, they refuse to accept the facts because they want to beat up any article that promote their imaginary, delusional “Campus Rape” theory. A theory that supports them with millions of dollars in funding. There is nothing better than promoting a fallacy when they derive tax payer’s cash as a reward.

More cash for malicious, deceitful women.

It is basically what their life is all about. Sucking funding from biased, gullible governments to promote their never ending “Male Hate” agenda. Hopefully when that Obama Mangina is finally tossed out of office  we might see some sanity return and those funds stopped completely. It is unconscionable that any party or government in office or any government department promoting that  “Hate Movement” that is feminism. It has to go, the sooner the better.

Tim Blair

Thursday, April 09, 2015 (2:58pm)

Lady Pages writer Ruby Hamad joins Jessica Valenti as a fake rape truther
Let’s recap. Last November, Rolling Stone published the long-form narrative piece by experienced investigative reporter Sabrina Rubin Erdely with the intended aim, Erdely would later tell the Washington Post, of highlighting the poor way in which University of Virginia handles rape allegations.
What is not in dispute is that the university does indeed have a widespread problem with sexual assault. Also, not in dispute: Erdely and Rolling Stone did not fabricate the story. They genuinely appear to have believed that “Jackie”, the student at the centre of the story, was highly traumatised and telling the truth (it is also important to note that even though police failed to find evidence to corroborate her story, they also said it “doesn’t mean something terrible didn’t happen to Jackie … We’re just not able to gather sufficient facts to determine what that is.”). 
Do you know what is in dispute, Ruby? Jackie’s entire story. But that’s OK. You just keep talking about these other things instead.

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