These are the situations where someone inevitably argues that Americans believe in redemption, and when I inevitably respond, “You are out of your friggin’ mind.”
Sadly and horrifyingly, a lot of people reason like Terrance. Some of them are even in positions of power. They and their confused sense of accountability, responsibility, fairness and justice help create and sustain the Wanetta Gibsons of the world, and do a lot of other damage besides.
Intentionally making a false accusation that someone raped you is, short of murder, one of the cruelest and most wrongful acts someone can inflict on another. It is a terrible crime. The woman who does it will be prosecuted for a crime, no matter when and how her lie is discovered, and the punishment will reflect the seriousness of that crime, as well as the intended harm and actual harm to the victim. That’s MY formula.
Are there really advocates who would call public support for Wanetta Gibson “social justice”?
A 2009 videotape shows us what we’re up against.
There is no way to give Wanetta Gibson the treatment she deserves.
People and organizations that have no excuse for not realizing how untrustworthy and unprofessional this site is continue to rely on it.
Black men get the big picture just fine.
Judge Kavanaugh will deserve a place of honor in American history for exposing, and defeating, one of the ugliest and most corrosive breaches of political decency in U.S. history.
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