Less than a few days after being released from jail, 21-year-old former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner has got an angry gun-toting mob outside his home in Ohio.
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Protesters wrote “Shoot your local rapist” and “Castrate your local rapist” in chalk outside of Turner’s home. They also drew a big arrow labeled “rapist” pointing to Turner’s home. Brock Turner was 19 at the time of the assault in 2015.
The high number of retweets suggest people were shocked at the mob outside his home, but there’s nothing really new about it. There’s an old term for this kind of thing: lynch mob.
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Turner was indicted on five charges, including two for rape, but was only convicted on three counts of felony sexual assault for penetrating a woman with his fingers. Prosecutors dropped rape charges after reviewing DNA evidence. Turner pleaded not guilty to all five charges.
As a convicted sex offender, he will have to register with local police for the rest of his life, and will be barred from living near schools or playgrounds.
This case is often described in a lot of legalese and wannabe news sources like BuzzFeed talk about it in very sanctimonious language, but what did Brock Turner actually do?
Read any account of what happened without a radical man-hating, left-wing, feminist agenda. What happened was that, as the kids say, Brock Turner got wasted and fingered a similarly wasted girl after leaving a fraternity party with her.
That girl had graduated college and had a boyfriend (Turner was a freshman) but went out to a fraternity party and drank so much liquor she couldn’t remember the previous night’s events the next morning.
We don’t know her name or what she looks like. We don’t know her boyfriend’s name. She is referred to as “Emily Doe.” We have no idea who this woman is. Brock Turner, on the other hand, has an armed lynch mob outside his home, thousands of miles away from the Stanford campus, toting rifles and implying they will shoot and castrate him, even after he served a sentence handed to him by the judicial system following a fair trial.
Does this seem a little absurd?
Unlike rape hoax artist Jackie Coakley, this Emily Doe does seem to have had physical contact with the accused. That is a step above the average college rape accusation, at least.
But was Emily Doe raped by Brock Turner? Was she even sexually assaulted, whatever that means? Judge Persky, who presided over this case, seemed to think Brock Turner only committed about 3-6 months’ worth of criminality.
The radical Left is already mobilizing to get Judge Persky removed from his position, since they recognize that either Brock Turner didn’t really rape or sexually assault Emily Doe (since if he did, any sane person would have sentenced him to far more than 3-6 months in county jail), or Judge Persky is an evil, sexist, patriarchal, bigoted, privileged, white maniac who doesn’t care about rape victims.
Be honest: what’s more likely?
There’s a hint in the long statement given by Emily Doe, the same statement fawned over by BuzzFeed and the rest of the lying, controlled media.
What does Emily Doe say about Brock Turner? Quote: “He was guilty the minute I woke up.”
That’s a funny way to put it. Usually somebody guilty of rape or sexual assault is guilty as soon they commit the crime, not as soon as their victim wakes up. But this belies a larger point: the radical feminist Left has redefined rape from a crime based in objective reality to a crime based on the subjective feelings of hung-over college girls.
Emily Doe didn’t know Brock Turner was guilty of rape because Brock Turner penetrated her against her will, no, she knew Brock Turner was guilty of rape because when she woke up, she felt bad. Most of her long statement is this kind of wishy-washy emotional talk, since she was so drunk the night of that she couldn’t remember anything afterwards.
The only thing she could tell anyone is how bad she felt about the whole thing — as if any of that would have to do with convicting Turner of rape!
There is not a privileged white Stanford swimmer on the planet who would need to drag an unconscious girl behind a dumpster to get his kicks. Not one.
Is it likely that Brock Turner dragged an unconscious, drunk girl from a fraternity party to finger and rape her? Nope! And the Judge didn’t seem to think so either.
What is likely? Likely, Brock Turner and “Emily Doe” were both completely hammered after downing a half-bottle of Fireball each, sloppily fondled each other, stumbled out of the frat house, then layed down the first chance they got — behind a dumpster.
Turner likely noticed half-way through that she had actually blacked out, and got up to go vomit or catch his breath when two Swedes tackled him.
Emily Doe likely woke up feeling like a slut, and jumped to the only defense that would protect herself, her honor, and her boyfriend: I was raped!
In a just world, Brock Turner would have been convicted of being a drunk horny moron and Emily Doe would have been convicted of being a drunk horny slut. Then they both would have been caned by a nun and sent home to reflect on their life choices.
But in a sane world, we wouldn’t be having degenerate alcohol-fueled ragers where 22-year-old girls can “massage” 19-year-old freshmen but send them to the slammer when they get too frisky to begin with. And who created this situation on college campuses? Brock Turner didn’t get rid of in loco parentis in the 1960s.
Leftists like to add that Turner molested his “victim” behind a dumpster as if being behind a dumpster is a crime. It’s stupid and ugly, but a crime it ain’t.
Radical feminists and the Left wanted free sexual expression, now they’re upset that drunk college kids express themselves sexually in stupid and ugly ways. How to fix this? Instead of asking nuns, the Left is trying to redefine every act of sexual impropriety towards a woman as rape, and send every man with a sex drive to prison. This isn’t going to end well.
Here’s a test: if Turner and Doe had ended up in Turner’s dorm room, would she have cried rape the next day? If Turner got her number and called her the next day, would she have cried rape?
There’s no way to know for sure, but one can guess. And like Judge Persky, we’re guessing there was no real rape, there was no real sexual assault. But look at this crying girl — something had to be done! And now Brock Turner is a convicted sex offender who has to stay away from children (even though his “crime” had nothing to do with children, and it’s absurd to think he’s a danger to them) and has to deal with a gun-toting lynch mob threatening to shoot and castrate him outside of his home in Ohio.
“Emily Doe” is still totally anonymous.
The whole Brock Turner incident just underscores why men, and especially white men, shouldn’t go to college anymore. If you’re a man, and especially a white man, going to college is a mistake.
Getting sucked into the whole four-year-long party as a white male these days is a game of Russian roulette. You end up too drunk to think at a dimly-lit frat house surrounded by gyrating drunk girls. You start fondling one who looks at you, you think you’re having a good time, then before you know it, you’re in court.
And in court, nobody is going to charge you with being a drunk horny moron, the only reasonable crime you could be charged with, since that crime isn’t on the books. The only crime you’ll be charged with is rape or sexual assault, and then you’ll end up like Brock Turner.
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