Senator Martha McSally Claims She was Raped But Won’t Name the Rapist

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
March 11, 2019

Senator Martha McSally is claiming she was raped while serving in the US Air Force.

A few days ago, Senator Martha McSally from Arizona claimed she was raped while serving in the military. She said that she was raped by a superior officer and did not feel comfortable in reporting the rape at the time.


US Senator Martha McSally, the first female combat pilot in the US Air Force, said on Wednesday she had been raped by a superior officer but did not report it because she blamed herself and did not trust the system.

“The perpetrators abuse their position of power in profound ways, and in one case I was preyed upon and then raped by a superior officer,” McSally said during a Senate hearing on sexual assault in the military.

“But unlike so many brave survivors, I didn’t report being sexually assaulted,” she added. “Like so many women and men, I didn’t trust the system. I blamed myself. I was ashamed and confused. I thought I was strong but felt powerless.”

McSally did not identify her attacker.

That last sentence is key. She refused to identify her attacker. She is also making this claim many years after her military service completed. If what happened to her was so horrible, she would have reported it at the time. All of this makes me doubt that she was ever raped in the first place.

Ann Coulter posted a flurry of tweets questioning why she would not identify her rapist.

The problem that we have here is that the definition of “rape” has changed to mean almost anything. When normal people think of rape in a traditional sense, we think of a man grabbing a woman, physically restraining her, ripping off her clothes and sexually penetrating her against her will. But now we have women who not only lie about being raped, but claim that consensual sexual encounters were “rape” based on a new definition of the term (which includes being in a man’s room and giggling and saying “no” while he takes your clothes off, or even simply regretting the encounter afterward). They do this either for attention or as part of a sick plot to destroy a man’s life. All these questionable #MeToo claims are recent examples of this phenomenon.

Probably what happened is that McSally was having casual sex with a superior officer to help advance her military career. It seems logical that she would be sleeping with men who were higher up on the food chain to help secure her position as a female combat pilot. Either that or she got drunk, went to this guy’s room and later regretted having sex with him. Or who knows, she could be just making it up completely. Regardless of the details, her story is dubious considering she won’t name her alleged rapist.

This also underscores why having women serving in the military and especially in combat roles is such a stupid and retarded concept. Their presence creates all sorts of issues that would not exist if they were not allowed to serve. If women weren’t in military units, the probability of women getting raped while serving in the military would shrink to zero.

What’s sick is how McSally is getting praise for having the courage to come forward with her questionable rape claim. She deserves no such praise and she should be questioned as to why she is only now coming out with this.

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