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U. Wisconsin-Steven’s Point Student Govt. Passes Anti-Kavanaugh Resolution

U. Wisconsin-Steven’s Point Student Govt. Passes Anti-Kavanaugh Resolution

“condemns the “interrogat[ion]” of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9LOyqy6vBbM

It’s almost as if the left wing concept of rape culture, which was pushed heavily on campuses during the Obama years, was tailor made for this.

Campus Reform reports:

Student government pushes anti-Kavanaugh resolution

The Student Government Association at the University of Wisconsin- Steven’s Point passed a resolution that outright condemns the “interrogat[ion]” of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations against then-Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Kavanaugh, who was confirmed as Supreme Court justice on Saturday, was “credibly accused by three separate women of sexual assault,” according to the UWSP Student Government Association Sept. 27 letter, which Campus Reform obtained. In the letter, the group defines credible accusations as those that offer witnesses, testimonials, and evidence.

The school’s SGA released a separate statement on Wednesday, in which it attempted to clarify the purpose of the initial statement.

“This letter acknowledges the national rhetoric surrounding sexual assault and tells students that the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point Student Government Association does not support the rhetoric. On our campus, we believe and support survivors,” the latest statement reads.

It goes on to state that the initial letter “was not intended to make a judgment on the outcome of Justice Kavanaugh’s confirmation, but rather to acknowledge that the U.S. Senate’s treatment of sexual assault was harmful…UW-Stevens Point Student Government Association stands with survivors.”

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I still have yet to hear one of these lefty legal geniuses give me a credible definition of what “Credibly Accused” means? Because by their own definition; “the group defines credible accusations as those that offer witnesses, testimonials, and evidence.”, then no he has not been credibly accused.

“On our campus, we believe and support survivors,” the latest statement reads.” Even if the charges are malicious lies?

“but rather to acknowledge that the U.S. Senate’s treatment of sexual assault was harmful” In what way other than to point out the actual brainlessness of believing everyone who cries “rape!”, including those without evidence.

ahad haamoratsim | October 12, 2018 at 12:10 pm

Not exactly a highly regarded school.

I guess these students would conclude that the hundreds of young black men lynched during reconstruction and the early 20th century for raping white women got what they deserved. They were nearly all innocent; but who cares, “On our campus, we believe and support survivors.”

Most of these cases involved “credible accusers” (with times and places), and “witnesses, testimonials, and evidence.” The accusations weren’t decades old, either.

So I guess these students should give the KKK a hearty “Well done!” for believing and supporting “survivors”. The job of the KKK has now been taken over by the Democrats, who also push due process aside to convict anyone who is accused on the flimsiest evidence. (In the case of Kavanaugh, no evidence.)

Oh, wait. The Democrats didn’t have to “take over” from the KKK. The KKK members WERE the Democrats, who were the ones who developed and enforced segregation in the South.

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