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Saturday, April 25, 2015

Will anyone in Washington dare ask Senator Gillibrand about the false allegation of rape she promoted?

In January, Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York promoted a story that Paul Nungesser "raped" Emma Sulkowicz while they were students at Columbia.

That story was a lie.

Now he is suing the college.

Will Senator Gillibrand apologize? Better yet, will Soraya Nadia McDonald follow up on her January 20, 2015, puff piece in the Washington Post?

From Soraya Nadia McDonald on January 20, 2015:
Emma Sulkowicz is the Columbia student who made headlines following her decision to carry a mattress everywhere she goes on campus to protest Columbia’s decision not to expel her alleged rapist. Tonight, she’ll be a guest at the State of the Union address.
Sulkowicz is leading a movement of women who filed federal Title IX complaints that helped spur examinations of campus rape policies across the country. She will accompany Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) to the president’s speech before Congress. Last year, Gillibrand was at the center of the fight to overhaul the way the Defense Department handles sexual assault cases.
She and Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) have been two of the most visible and vocal members of Congress on the subjects of military and campus sexual assault, though at times they’ve been at odds concerning solutions for the military. They’re both co-sponsors of the Campus Safety and Accountability Act, which they’re pushing the president to support. The bill would establish minimum training standards for campus employees responsible for handling rape cases and outline specific penalties for Title IX violations, plus provide more resources for campus rape victims.
The president is expected to promote his plan to offer two years of community college free-of-charge tonight.
“I hope he will also talk about working with our bipartisan coalition in Congress to make campuses safer, too,” Gillibrand told the New York Daily News. “I hope the President will seize this opportunity to shine a national spotlight on the need to flip the incentives that currently reward colleges for sweeping sexual assaults under the rug.”
No we are not sweeping sexual assault under the rug.

We are sweeping false charges of sexual assault under the rug, and it is getting difficult to walk on the rug.


  1. Once the lurid sexual details come out in full during court proceedings, Emma Sulkowicz and the less well known Jacqueline Coakley of Rolling Stone fame will forever be cast as the Steve Bartman of the fake "college rape culture." Both women deserve their infamy.

  2. False rape allegations should carry the same penalty as rape does. The bar should be set the same as for any other felony, we don't want real rape victims to be charged merely because evidence of a real rape did not convince a prosecutor or jury.
    We should also get Universities and all schools out of the law enforcement business. Such matters should be handled by a competent authority, and if and when a conviction is handed down or a guilty plea entered, then and only then should the school administer appropriate action.
    All men need to remember that not every woman will regard them as GOD's gift to the sexual realm, and that a scorned lover can create a living hell for them. That can happen after a one night stand, or thirty years of marriage.

  3. Has anyone read the papers the young man filed? Ick! That girl was crazy as a loon!

    And a perfect illustration as to why society needs to bring back chastity as a valued virtue for both women and men.

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