UPDATE: Jessica Yaniv Could Face 5 Years for Assaulting Reporter [VIDEO]
As you well know, Jessica Yaniv is a tool. Were I allowed to change the word rules, I'd say he personifies what has been coined "toxic masculinity." A phrase which, as far as I understand, is just social justice speak for "acting like an asshole." Jessica Yaniv, who is actually Jonathan Yaniv, is more than your standard issue asshole. He's also a violent asshole as he proved in his recent attack on a reporter. We're not sure quite why Yaniv threw his man hands at the reporter, but we don't need to. One shouldn't throw man hands at the face of someone who's harming you not one little bit. Even if they may have suggested your bad mood is due to hormones. Here to update us on he-who-isn't-a-she, Rebel Media reporter Keean Bexte, the victim of Yaniv's man paws.
YANIV UPDATE: Criminal investigation confirmed, assault charges expected, civil action being filed. Yaniv may be be… https://t.co/9S7I0RlNsa— Keean Bexte (@Keean Bexte) 1579134608.0
Firstly, thank you Keean for calling Jessica Jonathan, and keeping his pronouns accurate to the gender of which Yaniv was born.
Secondly, excellent use of the word "insidious." Yaniv's actions, especially as they relate to the treatment of underage girls, are definitely insidious, toxic, and disgusting. Check out: Transgender Activist Wants to Hold Topless Pool Party for 12-Year-Olds.
Most importantly though, what needs to happen to Yaniv is swift justice which can only be carried out if people hold Yaniv accountable for his actions. No one should cave to the transgender narrative which seemingly protects she-men from any kind of consequences. Legal or societal. Yaniv deserves a little time with the Canadian authorities, even if that time is just surveillance. I'm not convinced Yaniv is even transgender, just using the transgenderism excuse to access that which he couldn't as a perverted sicko.
The question is, what will the authorities actually do? Will they protect innocent people from Yaniv or protect Yaniv from consequences?