Democrat politicians war against men

Michael Graham:
Heather Mac Donald is ready to talk about men — and she doesn’t care if it makes progressive women mad.

Mac Donald is a writer and researcher perhaps best known for exposing the bad math behind the #Black LivesMatter movement with her book “The War on Cops” (“Black males have made up 42 percent of all cop-killers over the last decade, though they are only 6 percent of the population.”) And now she’s bringing the same data-driven approach to the #MeToo movement.

Sen. Mazie Hirono isn’t going to like it.

Hirono is the Democrat from Hawaii who says that Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s conservative jurisprudence makes it more likely he’s guilty of sexual assault. Mac Donald dismissed that approach as “preposterous. This is being driven entirely by politics.”

In an interview this weekend, I pointed out to Mac Donald that her new book, “The Diversity Delusion,” has chapters titled “The Campus Rape Myth” and “The #MeToo Movement’s Impossible Premise” and asked if her publishers had given her a Kevlar vest for her first book tour. She laughed — sort of.

“You’d think being a woman would give me some license to call out the fraudulent claims, but no. It produces rage and hysteria,” Mac Donald said. Then, she laid out her facts and arguments against the premise of the #MeToo movement and the anti-Kavanaugh left, namely, that American men are dangerous predators on the prowl.

“It’s a phony premise,” Mac Donald told me, specifically the discussion of rape on college campuses. “If it were true that we’re living through an epidemic of sexual violence, we’d have a movement to create single sex schools so girls could study in safety. Instead every single year, the frenzy on the part of highly educated mothers to get their daughters into selective schools grows more and more intense.”

If our campuses are so dangerous, Mac Donald asked, “Why are females now a majority of college students? The claims of a tsunami of sexual violence are undercut by the people’s actual behavior every day.”

But what about the behavior described by Kavanaugh’s two accusers — doesn’t it sound plausible? Of course, Mac Donald acknowledged. The real problem isn’t just the boys, she said, it’s the booze.

“We don’t have a rape epidemic. We have an epidemic of drunken hookups, part of a wildly promiscuous, booze-fueled campus culture,” she said. When supporters of the Obama administration’s “male college students are presumed guilty” approach claim that 1-in-5 or 1-in-4 female students will be victims of sexual assault, she responds with data:

“Seventy-three percent of those who are categorized by researchers as a rape victim said they haven’t been raped. And 43 percent of alleged victims of campus rape go on to have sex again with their alleged rapist.”

“Nobody who’s gone through that is going to voluntarily go back and have sex again with their rapist,” Mac Donald said.

Mac Donald’s message is not that rape never occurs or isn’t a serious crime (“It’s one of the worst things that can happen to a woman, second only to murder.”). Rather, she believes that discussion about alleged sex crimes has been weaponized for partisan and ideological purposes. And that’s particularly true in the Kavanaugh case.
Sen. Hirono sexist anti-male bigot.  She should not be an elected official.  She is a disgrace and should be censured by the Senate for her obvious bigotry.  Democrats, in general, are trying to weaponize their anti-male agenda in the same way whey weaponize their bogus claims of racism.  It is a way of energizing a bigotted base in much the same way the Jim Crow era Democrats used real racism to control people. 

Parents who have boys should be wary of these attempts by Democrats to demonize men and boys.  The movement to do away with due process was also strong on the campus anti-male approach to perceived sexual assaults.

All sexual assault cases should be handled by the local district attorney and not some campus kangaroo court.  Democrats are now using the same kangaroo court approach to their attack on Kavanaugh.


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