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Liberal College Blogger Threatens To Rape Herself and Frames Conservatives

News media manipulation and lies

Forgive me for interjecting just a bit, but the older I become, the more I grow convinced that liberalism is an undeniable mental disorder.

Perhaps nowhere is this more perfectly illustrated than when it comes to a bizarre story surrounding a well known liberal blogger and radio host the University of Wyoming.

Last week, an obscene message was posted on a University of Wyoming Facebook page in which an unnamed conservative individual appeared to threaten to rape Meg Lanker-Simons for no other reason than because she was a liberal blogger.

“I want to hate f**k Meg Lanker-Simons so hard. That chick that runs her liberal mouth all the time and doesn’t care who knows it,” it read.  “I think its hot and it makes me angry. One night with me and shes gonna be a good Republican bitch,” the post read.

Not too much later, Lanker-Simons responded to the post, calling it “disgusting, misogynistic, and apparently something the admins of this page think is a perfectly acceptable sentiment.”

She also encouraged the poster to seek help at the UW Counseling service and ends with the advice:

“Instead of focusing on how angry and turned on me ‘running my mouth’ makes you, perhaps you should listen instead. You might learn something.”

The event quickly garnered national media attention and prompted hundreds of people to gather on the campus of the university Monday in a show of support for the liberal blogger, who was suffering from the conservative state’s ”rape culture.”

Today, however, it was revealed that the entire threat of rape was merely a hoax, put on by liberal blogger herself:

News media manipulation and liesThe University of Wyoming Police Department issued a citation to Lanker-Simons for “interference” for “false statements she made to the UW Police Department.”

Subject admitted to making a controversial post on UW Crushes webpage and then lied about not doing it,” according to the citation.

The University of Wyoming also confirmed a statement that the police had “’obtained substantial evidence verifying that the offending Facebook post came from Lanker-Simons’ computer, while the computer was in her possession.”

According to a Facebook page that apparently belongs to Lanker-Simons she is a member of the University of Wyoming Gender & Women’s Studies group as well as the school’s chapter of The Nonviolent Communist.

Since police cited her, supporters have a constructed a Facebook page entitled “Meg Lanker-Simons is innocent.”

“Meg Lanker-Simons is innocent we believe what she did was justified and deserves not to be held accountable for her accusations we stand behind you sister,” reads that page’s description.

Lanker-Simons was in the news in 2010 when she was a plaintiff in a successful lawsuit against UW after it retracted its invitation to have Bill Ayers speak on campus.



Florida Teen Girl Charged With Felony After Science Experiment Goes Bad (Updated!!! Cleared of Charges!!!)

Kiera Wilmot got good grades and had a perfect behavior record. She wasn't the kind of kid you'd expect to find hauled away in handcuffs and expelled from school,

Kiera Wolmot attempted a science experiment that caused a plastic bottle to explode on school grounds. Apparently, although she was an excellent student, this was enough to get her arrested, expelled and tried as an adult.

A bright young lady with a bright future made one mistake that harmed no one and it will probably be used as an excuse to ruin her life. Although I believe that everyone should be accountable for their own actions, I also believe that people’s reactions to those actions should be reasonable and not influenced by pop culture and current events to the point of lunacy.

Yes, this teen girl would have been better off to avoid mixing cleaner and tin foil, especially if her teacher didn’t know about it. Everyone seems to agree that she was an excellent student with no behavior problems. It was apparently a case of bad judgement that did not cause any harm. Why, then, should she be arrested, expelled, charged with a felony as an adult and generally be made an example of for conducting an experiment that can be found in many science text books?

Not to mention the taxpayers money it costs to prosecute this young lady who, by all appearances, has never been and is not likely to be a threat to anyone… These are things that need to be addressed in our court systems. Should people be prosecuted at taxpayer expense when they aren’t likely to ever be a danger to anyone? Why in this country do we constantly turn repeat rapists and child molesters loose and spend money prosecuting people for simple accidents and mistakes or nonviolent offences?

No wonder we have the highest prison population per ca pita in the world. Recent statistics have shown that arrests for nonviolent crimes now exceeds arrests for violent crimes, and it’s easy to believe seeing the state of our justice system. When children who harm no one can be tried for a felony as an adult and women who request to be searched by a female or have a witness present after doing nothing wrong and being suspected of no crime get arrested in front of her crying two year old  (by the same man who allegedly sexually assaulted her) you know you have problems in your justice system.


Florida Teen Girl Charged With Felony After Science Experiment Goes Bad

Kiera Wilmot got good grades and had a perfect behavior record. She wasn’t the kind of kid you’d expect to find hauled away in handcuffs and expelled from school, but that’s exactly what happened after an attempt at a science project went horribly wrong.

On 7 a.m. on Monday, the 16 year-old mixed some common household chemicals in a small 8 oz water bottle on the grounds of Bartow High School in Bartow, Florida. The reaction caused a small explosion that caused the top to pop up and produced some smoke. No one was hurt and no damage was caused.

According to WTSP, Wilmot told police that she was merely conducting a science experiment. Though her teachers knew nothing of the specific project, her principal seems to agree.

“She made a bad choice. Honestly, I don’t think she meant to ever hurt anyone,” principal Ron Pritchard told the station. “She wanted to see what would happen [when the chemicals mixed] and was shocked by what it did. Her mother is shocked, too.”

After the explosion Wilmot was taken into custody by a school resources officer and charged with possession/discharge of a weapon on school grounds and discharging a destructive device. She will be tried as an adult.

She was then taken to a juvenile assessment center. She was also expelled from school and will be forced to complete her diploma through an expulsion program.

Polk County School released the following statement:

“Anytime a student makes a bad choice it is disappointing to us. Unfortunately, the incident that occurred at Bartow High School yesterday was a serious breach of conduct. In order to maintain a safe and orderly learning environment, we simply must uphold our code of conduct rules. We urge our parents to join us in conveying the message that there are consequences to actions. We will not compromise the safety and security of our students and staff.”

So, sorry kids. Don’t try any extracurricular science projects on school grounds, especially if they could result in anything resembling an explosion.

Kiera Wilmot got good grades and had a perfect behavior record. She wasn't the kind of kid you'd expect to find hauled away in handcuffs and expelled from school,Update: Riptide spoke to the Polk County School District about why they felt expulsion was a fair punishment for Wilmot. Their response: kids should learn that “there are consequences to their actions.”

We’ve also obtained the police report from the incident. It shows that Wilmot was mixing toilet bowl cleaner and aluminum foil. Read the full update and the police report here.

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See also:

– Florida School Responds To Criticism For Expelling Student Over Science Project: “There Are Consequences To Actions”

UPDATE (ON Kiera Wilmot Florida Teen Charged and Expelled)!!!

May. 22, 2013

Kiera Wilmot is going to space camp.

In late April, the 16-year-old central Florida honor student was accused of igniting a chemical explosion on school grounds, leading to her arrest and suspension from school, but authorities dropped criminal charges last week.



Why Were Guys Dressed Like Navy SEALs Spotted at Boston Marathon Finish Line Wearing Suspicious Backpacks?

Boston Shut Down Due To Lone Terrorist

What were Navy Seals, or guys dressed like them, doing walking around the finish line of the Boston Marathon with bulky black backpacks? The public was told not to pay attention to the unusual activity because it was part of a training exercise.

Not only was the public told not to worry because there was a training exercise going on, but they were also told not to be scared when explosions went off. If the city and / or organizers had all of this advance knowledge of a training exercise and explosions, why did the police chief (in the video below) say they had “no prior intelligence”.

If there were people on the ground who specialize in handling things like bombs and bombs went off in spite of them, then what good are they and why do we need them? If that’s the case, then obviously they suck at their job and need to be added to the unemployment roles instead of sucking high government wages and still be incompetent. How much per year does the United States spend on completely ineffective military and paramilitary to prevent disasters that they are always in close proximity to, but apparently have no clue how to stop?

But if there were specialists there with bulky black backpacks like the ones the bombs were in, then it seems apparent that there is more to this story than “they” are saying.

April 17, 2013

Savvy Internet sleuths have found images taken from surveillance cameras of members of the crowd gathered at the Boston Marathon that appear to identify Navy SEALs.

For comparison, below are a few photos of late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle. Note the skull logo on his baseball cap, his pants and his boots:

chris kyle navy seal

The reason this is important is because the Boston Police Commissioner is on record stating that they had “no specific intelligence” that there was a drill, while University of Mobile coach and marathon participant Alastair Stevenson has publicly stated that there was announcements telling people to stay calm and not be alarmed because beefed-up security was part of a “training exercise.

chris kyle cap navy seal logo


kyle cap navy seal logo

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Boston Marathon finish line

If police were aware of a perceived threat, wouldn’t it make more sense to be announcing an evacuation order rather than tell everyone to stay calm?

Here’s Judge Napolitano explaining the FBI’s repeated involvement and control of terror attempts: http://www.infowars.com/navy-seals-spotted-at-boston-marathon-wearing-suspicious-backpacks/

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