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Last night we blogged about the legendary beatdown that social justice warriors receiver at UMass from the panel of Christina Hoff Sommers, Milo Yiannopoulos, and Steven Crowder. If you haven’t watched it yet, seriously, stop what you’re doing and take the next 90 minutes off:
Could watch that a million times and never get tired of it. Anyway, one of the people who was shouting down those speakers as they attempted to state their opinions was a woman named Jennie Chenkin, who attends Hampshire College. Basically she was posting stuff like this all over The Triggerging’s event page:
LOL. Silly hippies. This is like the Nathan Pickens argument for angry feministos. Only a certain type of people are capable of being racist AND sexist. They even learned about it in their gender studies class and have a link to share with you.
Anyway, she wasn’t too happy that we posted this comment she made on Facebook on our previous blog:
“Cisheteropatriarchal.” Still amazed with how she came up with that word. Anyway, she apparently anointed herself a Facebook Internet lawyer and determined that screenshotting her public commentary violates copyright law:
This poor thing actually believes we need her consent to reproduce things she wrote on Facebook:
Love it. These people have zero shame making up these arbitrary rules and laws as they go along. They live in an imaginary world where you have to be nice to them all the time. Reality is not going to be their friend.
Anyway, we love Internet lawsuits and haven’t had one in a while. So we told her about this, and she said she’s adding it to her massive civil action:
Jennie isn’t messing around. You can’t quote things that she voluntarily put on a public Facebook group. Facebook is private, everyone knows that, especially lawyers. And Jennie has an Internet lawyer on retainer just for situations like this:
Yea, she definitely consulted with her attorney. Because people who were born in 1995 all have their lawyers on speed dial in case someone criticizes them by quoting something they wrote on the Internet.
Well we spoke with our team of Internet lawyers and they needed to get in contact with her Internet lawyers for full disclosure. When we asked her for their contact information we were informed that this was “harassment.”
Hippie logic: she has the right to call people racist and threaten with lawsuits, but when people respond to her this is “harassing her.” The sad part is she actually believes this. Because colleges are teaching these losers that they have a right to an imaginary safe space where people can’t criticize them. Sure, she could just walk away from the computer or stop responding, but she shouldn’t have to censor herself. Only people who disagree with her should be censored.
Yea, we’ll get right on that. Then someone came along and told her to calm down. She responded like a real adult:
Nuh-uh!!! Jennie started it!!!
Finally Jennie cut off communication on the advice of counsel:
Guess this will just have to be settled in Internet court!!! Maybe Gordon Davis can take her on as part of his massive $153,000 lawsuit against Turtleboy Sports INC, which of course is a company that does not exist. Then her and Gordy can share their war stories about that time Turtleboy used their own words and actions against them!!!
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