Friday, December 5, 2014
UVA Rape Story shatters
Rolling Stone magazine is now backtracking from the University of Virginia gang rape story. I am sure that their lawyers are now trying to do damage control on what was obviously a fictional story. I hope that the fraternity that was slandered gets the proper legal counsel. The "journalist", Sabrina Rubin Erdley, should also be held responsible for spreading this anti-White and anti-male defamation.
The story was unbelievable on many levels. The idea that suburban White boys would act like ISIS and participate in ritual gang rapes is laughable. But what really caught my attention was this description:
But payback for being so public on a campus accustomed to silence was swift. This past spring, in separate incidents, both Emily Renda and Jackie were harassed outside bars on the Corner by men who recognized them from presentations and called them "cunt" and "feminazi bitch." One flung a bottle at Jackie that broke on the side of her face, leaving a blood-red bruise around her eye.
This is Sabrina writing a narrative based on her watching too many Hollywood television shows and movies. In real life, beer bottles don't break easily on impact of the head, especially when thrown. The bottle will bounce off the head.
Here is a real life example: