O SHIT: Betsy DeVos Addresses Campus Rape Hoax Crisis

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
September 7, 2017

Now I get why Trump put a woman in this position.

If a man were to say these words, he would be literally lynched.

L I T E R A L L Y

Washington Post:

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos vowed Thursday to replace what she branded the “failed system” of campus sexual assault enforcement, to ensure fairness for victims and the accused.

“Instead of working with schools … ,” DeVos said, “the prior administration weaponized the Office for Civil Rights.”

“We must do better because the current approach isn’t working,” she said.

DeVos spoke to about 100 invited guests at George Mason University, where protesters had gathered outside, worried that she would announce changes to the way sexual violence cases are handled on campuses across the country.

“One rape is one too many,” DeVos said firmly, and “not one more survivor will be silenced. We will not abandon anyone.” As a mother, she said she has sympathy for parents whose children are victims of sexual misconduct. “I cannot imagine receiving that call.”

But she also repeatedly emphasized the rights of students who are accused, saying one person denied due process is one too many, and was harshly critical of the system established by the Obama administration, saying it had failed too many schools. “School administrators tell me it has run amok.”

She said the department would go through a formal process seeking public input in order to replace the current system with a more effective and just system.

“Every survivor of sexual misconduct must be taken seriously,” she said. “Every student accused of sexual misconduct must know that guilt is not predetermined.

“These are non-negotiable principles.”

DeVos criticized a key element of Obama’s policy: that schools use a standard known as “preponderance of the evidence” when weighing sexual misconduct cases.

“Washington dictated that schools must use the lowest standard of proof … it’s no wonder so many call these proceedings ‘kangaroo courts.’ ”

YES YES YES YES

DeVos said those flawed approaches to sexual misconduct cases are bad for all involved, especially if they lead to litigation. “Survivors aren’t well served when they are re-traumatized by appeal after appeal.”

Outside, protesters shouted, “Stop supporting rapists!” and “Shame on you! Not on us!”

Yeah: “due process is support for rape.”

The days of that being an easy sell ended when the media went all in on Mattress Girl.

And then she kept carrying the mattress, after the texts were released and the judge ruled she was lying.

And then she carried it to her graduation.

And then she literally recorded a porno.

And then did a rape “performance art” in a theater.

The entire idea that a woman who accused a man of “going too far when she didn’t want it” when they were drunk in a room together was anything other than victimhood-mongering and attention-whoring could never, ever be taken seriously by any serious person.

And that might as well have been a million years ago.

The media isn’t really very good with these narratives at all. They are just very, very powerful. But they don’t know when to stop.

(Mattress Girl is half-Jew and half-gook, btw. Accused was an actual blonde German exchange student. Just a note. Could be nothing.)

Stupidest Hoax

The same people claiming that white guys on campus are wild rape beasts and that any stupid lying whore who claims she was raped MUST BE BELIEVED BECAUSE NO WOMAN HAS EVER LIED are the same people pushing to cover-up “migrant” rape gangs. The same people who refuse to address the very real epidemic of black on white rape – real rape, that takes place on the street, not “I was drunk in his bed but when I woke up I felt sad.”

There is a parallel here to the “Christians must lose their mom and pop cake baking business if they refuse to bake an anal cake, but the most powerful company in the world has a right to silence protected free speech without any due process if they deem it to be politically incorrect.”

Leftists never argue in good faith.

This modern new definition of “rape” – the “I felt bad the next day” definition – makes a mockery of actual rape, which, thanks to “diversity,” happens nonstop in white countries.

Here’s the full speech (transcript here).

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