Judge in Brock Turner Case to be Crucified for Not Doing SJWism

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 19, 2018

Brock Turner did nothing wrong.

He should have just been let free, because no crime was committed.

Look it up.

While drunk, he finger-banged a drunk girl at a drunken college party and then was targeted for cockblocking harassment by a vicious gang of Swedes for partying too hard, the media called it “rape” and demanded he go to prison for the crime of being a heterosexual white male.

The judge actually placated the mob by giving him six months in jail, and ensuring his life was destroyed forever.

But he didn’t go far enough, so now they’re coming for him.

They are trying to push for a recall election – yes, state judges are elected – to get him removed from the judiciary.

LA Times:

Judge Aaron Persky says he has no regrets.

The Northern California judge says he would handle the sexual assault case of former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner the same way today as he did almost two years ago, though it’s the reason he is the target of a June 5 recall election and has become the self-described “most hated man on the internet.”

If I was this guy I would be like “yeah you know what, I was wrong – I should have dismissed the case and called for the prosecution of the Sweden cockblockers and the lying attention slut along with the journalists who created the insane, anti-white hoax.”

But that’s probably why I’m not this guy.

In an interview, the 56-year-old Persky argued that the Santa Clara County recall effort was “fundamentally unfair” because it reduces a complicated criminal case to a litany of inflammatory Twitter hashtags. He even got a little teary-eyed as he protested being turned into a one-dimensional caricature of the judge who condones rape.

“I expected some negative reaction,” Persky said. “But not this.”

Welcome to current year, buddy.

“But not this” is the defining phrase of our era.

The recall effort comes amid the growing influence of the #MeToo movement, and observers say it will serve as a bellwether of the movement’s influence on national politics.

It will definitely show whether or not SJWs on Twitter can have a judge destroyed for refusing to sufficiently lynch a white guy.

Actually, it will only show if they can do that right now.

Because eventually, they obviously will be able to, to the point where no judge anywhere has the balls to question the narrative.

That is exactly what this situation is about – and it is huge.

They are opening Pandora’s Box. Or – perhaps more appropriately – Lemarchand’s box.

They are showing that if judges don’t do what the Jewish media and their mob of crazies tells them to do, they will be destroyed.

And they’ve already shown, just by bringing this up, that it isn’t worth it for a judge to choose justice over the narrative. Every judge is watching this and thinking “I do not want to be this guy.” And in every future ruling they make, they will be thinking that.

We are so fucked. 

Persky says he has resisted friends’ calls to quit and relieve the mounting pressure on his wife and two young sons because judicial independence is at stake. Recalling judges over unpopular rulings threatens the integrity of the judiciary, he said.

“To get justice from a judge, they need someone who follows the rules. The basic rule is the rule of law,” he said. “The problem with this recall is it will pressure judges to follow the rule of public opinion as opposed to the rule of law.

Yeah, no shit.

Like I say: that is the point.

A judiciary with integrity is antithetical to the Jewish agenda in America.

On June 2, 2016, Persky followed the county probation department’s recommendation when he sentenced Turner to six months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman known in court records as Emily Doe. Turner is also required to register for life as a sex offender.

Allegedly unconscious. 

More likely simply drunk.

Or she passed out during the fingering, after they had been making out.

Has anyone speaking on this event ever been to a college party? 

Whatever the case:


In court, the victim read an emotional statement recounting the assault, her treatment by investigators and the ordeal of facing questions about her sexual activity and drinking habits. It quickly went viral.

“Instead of taking time to heal, I was taking time to recall the night in excruciating detail, in order to prepare for the attorney’s questions that would be invasive, aggressive and designed to steer me off course, to contradict myself, my sister, phrased in ways to manipulate my answers,” she wrote. “This was a game of strategy, as if I could be tricked out of my own worth.”

>drunken college slut

Fucking pick one.

Persky declined to discuss Doe’s statement or other details of the case because it’s on appeal. Generally, he said, California law requires him to take into account the victim’s statement.

Turner is appealing his jury conviction, arguing he didn’t get a fair trial because character witnesses were barred from testifying about his honesty, scholastic success and his swimming career. Oral arguments are scheduled for June 28 in San Jose.

Persky also declined to elaborate on his reasoning for Turner’s sentence, which was widely criticized as too lenient.




Clown world, man.

Stanford University law professor Michele Dauber is one of the leaders of the recall campaign. Dauber is a friend of the victim’s and was in the courtroom for Turner’s sentencing. She’s an outspoken on-campus activist who has helped push through more stringent sexual harassment and abuse reporting and investigation policies.

Dauber also is an adept Democratic fundraiser who has organized a well-financed recall campaign with glossy mailers juxtaposing photos of Persky with President Trump and Turner’s booking mug shot.

“We feel it’s important to respond strongly with a message of accountability for elected officials like Judge Persky who do not take sex crimes and violence against women seriously,” Dauber said. “Many eyes around the country are going to be on Santa Clara County as a model for how to respond to bias against women in the legal system.


There you go.

She just outright admits that this is an attempt to bully the entire American court system into pushing a feminist agenda above justice.

She’s also openly called for violence against Turner himself.

This whole situation is absolutely insane.