Skip to comments.Let's play the Victim Game!
Posted on 03/27/2012 6:28:15 PM PDT by MNDude
It seems like liberals and the MSM are constantly providing us with an endless parade of victims--most who we shortly discover are misreprentations if not down right lies to advance their agenda. Let's see how many we can remember.
Jane Roe: Women who later admitted lying about being raped to pass Roe vs. Wade.
The Duke Lacrosse scandal.
Al Sharpton - Tawana Brawley
Then lets count the days till it makes the news.
“Lets send random white males walking through harlem or cabrini green in chicago at night and record how long they last without being murdered.
Then lets count the days till it makes the news.”
We don’t need to do that. It already happened a few days ago in Sarasota, FL. Two British tourists were murdered for being lost and walking down the wrong street in the early hours of the morning.
Practically the poster child for this whole dreary phenomenon.
Arrested innumerable times for DUI, domestic violence, etc. since being “victimized” by “racist” cops in Simi Valley in 1991. The irrational public response triggered some of the worst riots in American history, leaving 52 people dead and devastating the businesses of innocent Korean shopkeepers, who were themselves nonwhite but somehow considered “responsible.”
Susan Fluke, poor condemless girl.
Anita Hill, poor sexual harrassed girl that followed her offender around the place.
Killings were a year ago. Trial in progress now.
I seem to recall that “Jane Roe” woman, afterward stating that she never wanted to make a legal case out of her situation. She said the Libs latched onto her and more or less hijacked and coerced her into being the victim and used her to further their agenda, which at that time was the legalization of infanticide.
Thank you, you’re right....
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