South Carolina Woman Prosecuted for Lying about a Fake Rape
We live in an age where rape can mean anything from legitimate assault to getting a hug from your dad (Leftists Lose Their Minds Over Ted Cruz Kissing His Daughter). While women are actually being sexually assaulted, dirtbags like this South Carolina woman use imaginary rape as a tool to get away with being vile bags of extra vileness.
A Myrtle Beach woman who told police she was raped by four men on the beach near Surfside Beach on Sunday morning was arrested Tuesday after admitting to officers she lied about the rape to cover an affair.
Surprise! The first time she talked to police she forgot to include the whole "I was pretending to be raped" part. Oops.
The report showed police were growing more suspicious of Wheeler in follow-up interviews after the Sunday investigation began. "The victim showed officers where the assault happened," but there were "no signs of an assault occurring at that location. The sand was not disturbed and the only impressions in the sand were shoe prints." Wheeler faces one felony count of filing a false police report of a felony, punishable by up to five years in prison and up to a $1,000 fine, according to state law.
Twenty years ago this would have just been an example of a delusional woman. Today, however, make-believe rape is trending. It's effectively a hashtag. Social justice fiends who claim mean words count as assault (read SJW Claims She's Been Raped... Because of Name-Calling) encourage this behavior. The majority of the public can't even consider the possibility that an alleged rape victim is lying without being accused of "victim blaming."
When third-wave feminists have it their way, even sexual predators like Lena Dunham can victimize themselves by claiming they too, have been raped. Anyone who wants to feel sorry for themselves without a legitimate reason can join the rape club. Unless you're a man. Then you can expect a whole lot of prison jokes. Even worse, they're usually funny as all get out.
As these women screech about rape culture they end up trivializing actual attacks and true victims suffer because of it. In this case, the "four men" who "raped" this woman never existed. In less fortunate situations, men (and even women) can have their lives ruined all because some mouth-breather decided she felt like being a victim. The worst part is that there's a whole troop of feminist cretins out there who cater to this kind of deceit.
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