We’ve been keeping you up to date with the Rolling Stone’s fake UVA rape case. Here’s a quick refresher: Rolling Stone published a girl’s account of being gang raped on campus. They were quick to point fingers and name names. It was the perfect example of rape culture in the USA. The only problem? The whole story was false. Still, that didn’t stop Rolling Stone from hastily delivering the lies to the public. Straight from the bovine’s posterior.
So now the former UVA dean, who Rolling Stone unfairly threw under the bus, has sued the magazine for their lying lies… And she won.
A federal court jury decided that a Rolling Stone journalist defamed a former University of Virginia associate dean in a 2014 magazine article about sexual assault on campus that included a debunked account of a fraternity gang rape.
The jury concluded that the Rolling Stone report was responsible for defamation, with actual malice, in the case brought by Nicole Eramo, a U-Va. administrator who oversaw sexual violence cases at the time of the article’s publication. The jury also found the magazine responsible for defaming Eramo, who has said her life’s work helping sexual assault victims was devastated as a result of [the] article and its aftermath.
Eramo has asked for $7.5 million in damages, but can now argue for a different sum following the verdict.
Surprise! Turns out a fake Rolling Stone story does not a rapist make.
A major victory.
Firstly, Rolling Stone can suck it. They ruined multiple people’s reputations, careers, and lives with their day old bologna story… All for the sake of pushing a political, victimizing agenda. Note the jury found Rolling Stone guilty of acting maliciously. That’s a big deal here. The jury in this case believes Rolling Stone published this story to purposefully malign UVA. Can’t say I disagree.
Of course, Rolling Stone is sorry about it. Now that everyone’s sued their liar liar pants on fire off, that is. It’s all fun and rape games until you get caught with your false nickers down, ain’t it?
The lying broad who made up the rape story never went to the police with it. A tip she likely learned from reading Lenny. Instead, Rolling Stone held trial by media. Obviously leftist feminists went wild with the story. It quickly became a national issue. In the end they completely circumvented rule of law – and due process – to paint innocent people with
red rape. A feminist fairy tale if I ever heard one.
Hence why this case isn’t just a win for the former dean, it’s a win for due process. It’s a win for people who get trapped in the “BUT IT HAPPENS SOMEWHERE” narrative held by the rape culture pushing left. This is a timely reminder that leftist, feminist bullying has no place within the law. Or anywhere else, for that matter.
Now onto debunking more feminist lies…