September 17, 2017
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FAKE WOMEN ASSAULT REAL WOMAN
One of the most amusing rivalries in the wacky ‘n’ woolly world of progressive intersectionality is that between trannies and Trans-Exclusive Radical Feminists (TERFs), whose platform can be summarized roughly as, “Go away, trannies, this is our struggle and you aren’t women.”
A recently planned TERF event in London was disrupted when the perennially insane trans activists threatened to “fuck shit up” and “shut shit down” and “fuck shit down” and “shut shit up,” claiming that TERFs were no better than fascists and the idea that trannies aren’t actually women is settled science and not open for debate. At least one TERF was physically assaulted for daring to claim that women aren’t men.
And the world continues to grow nuttier than a macadamia farm.
PROFESSOR SAYS HE’D “BE OK” IF BETSY DEVOS WERE SEXUALLY ASSAULTED
Because progressive pieties never apply when one is wishing ill upon non-progressives, an attorney and college professor from Austin, TX, recently tweeted that he’d “be ok if” [Secretary of Education] Betsy DeVos were to be sexually assaulted. Professor Robert Ranco was reacting to an insane and highly inflammatory announcement by DeVos stating that those accused of sexual misconduct should be given due process rights, because as everyone knows, women never lie about being raped—NEVER.
Last week, Ranco resigned from his law firm and offered an apology that we will presume was insincere.
RAPPER LYNCHES WHITE CHILD IN VIDEO
Nineteen-year-old hip-hop artist XXXTentacion was born Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy, a name which is possibly even sillier than “XXXTentacion.” Last year he was arrested and charged with robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. Last Tuesday on YouTube he released a video called “Look At Me!” It features a charming scene in which XXXTentacion places a noose around a small white boy and lynches him.
In only four days the video garnered more than 10 million views. Unlike Jared Taylor’s genteel video about Race and IQ—which in late August became the first to be censored on YouTube for being “offensive”—the musical video of a black rapper lynching a small white child has yet to be censored or demonetized.
Racial justice is a very peculiar thing.