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Just Like Mandela: Has Banging Jailbait Become the New Civil Disobedience?

Posted on | June 26, 2013 | 58 Comments

Meet Joshua Measroch, civil rights activist:

Measroch was charged June 13 with four felonies — rape, aggravated child molestation, child molestation and enticing a child for indecent purpose — and a misdemeanor charge of interference with custody.

Wait, did I say “civil rights activist”? Most people would probably call a guy who had sex with a 13-year-old an “accused sex offender”:

Measroch met the girl through an online dating site, police said, and “drove 50 miles to the girl’s home and picked her up without the permission of her parents,” the Marietta Daily Journal reported. Police say Measroch . . . kept the runaway in hidden in his bedroom at the home where he lived with his parents.

But remember that supporters of the “Free Kate” movement want to abolish all laws against consensual sex with minors:

“Get rid of numerical age of consent laws. … Get rid of arbitrary numbers. No one should have to do math to love another person.”

America’s Most Famous Sex Offender™ Kaitlyn Hunt is a victim of discrimination, say her supporters, who compare her to Rosa Parks and want to prevent the dildo-wielding lesbian civil rights activist from being prosecuted for having sex with a 14-year-old. If you disagree with them, according to Kaitlyn’s mother, you’re just a hateful hater.

Remember what one of Kaitlyn Hunt’s supporters said: “Kate, you are fighting the good fight! Keep it up.” Keep having sex with minors, in other words, because as the American Civil Liberties Union says, it’s “both fairly innocuous and extremely common.” And we must remember Kaitlyn Hunt’s girlfriend was a runaway, too:

[The 14-year-old] ran away from home to spend the night [of Jan. 4] in Kaitlyn’s bedroom where, to quote the affidavit by Sheriff’s Office Detective Jeremy Shepherd, the two girls “put their fingers inside of each other’s vaginas, put their mouths on each other’s vaginas, and both of them used a vibrator on each other to insert it in each other’s vaginas.”

Happy 14th Birthday! (Batteries not included.)

Of course, unlike accused sex offender Joshua Measroch, Kaitlyn Hunt has the support of gay-rights activists who claim to be following “in the footsteps of Nelson Mandela” to “end heterosupremacist apartheid” imposed by “Jesus Freaks” and “Christofascists.”

The Supreme Court rebuked those ”Jesus Freaks” and “Christofascists” today. It’s hard to believe that only 10 years ago, some people agreed with hateful haters like Antonin Scalia:

This case is about power in several respects. It is about the power of our people to govern themselves, and the power of this Court to pronounce the law. Today’s opinion aggrandizes the latter, with the predictable consequence of diminishing the former. We have no power to decide this case. And even if we did, we have no power under the Constitution to invalidate this democratically adopted legislation. The Court’s errors on both points spring forth from the same diseased root: an exalted conception of the role of this institution in America.

What a bigot, that guy. And he probably doesn’t support the “Free Kate” movement’s campaign to liberate teenagers from obsolete concepts like chastity, innocence and parental authority:

Kimberly Snyder, Jordan’s mother … said Jordan was getting ready for bed and that the family had spent an uneventful night together. Snyder remembered that her daughter unloaded the dishwasher — one of her chores — and that Jordan gave her a hug and told her that she loved her. …
Rumors around Cousins Middle School, where Jordan attended school, are that she was planning to leave with an older boyfriend. However, according to Snyder, Jordan didn’t have a boyfriend, and if she did, it wasn’t someone she had ever met in person and was an online-only situation.
“We monitored her activities on the internet,” said Snyder. “If her grades dropped, her T.V. was taken away — typical discipline for a 13-year-old. I wasn’t a mother who would drop her off at the skating rink and leave; she didn’t go spend the night with friends unless we knew the parents. We thought we were doing everything we could, that’s the reason this came as a shock. …”

Chores? No TV? No boyfriend? This parental oppression is such hateful bigotry, it’s worse than slavery. And, just like the heroic Kaitlyn Hunt, Josh Measroch wanted to emancipate that young vagina:

Jordan was found earlier this month at a home on a cul-de-sac in an upscale neighborhood in the Atlanta suburb of Marietta. Authorities in Cobb County say the teenager had been secretly living in the basement bedroom of Kennesaw State University student Joshua Harry Measroch, 21.

Another courageous martyr for the Jailbait Liberation Movement!

 

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Comments

  • Wombat_socho

    This word consent, I do not think it means what you think it means.

  • robertstacymccain

    Crazy parents, crazy kids.

  • MattRoss

    Where are the Hunt’s on this? I mean, it seems consensual, right?

  • http://evilbloggerlady.blogspot.com/ Evi L. Bloggerlady

    And that is why the Justice is a tramp H8er!

  • Richard McEnroe

    Two days, still no #FreeJoshua hashtag

  • DaveO

    Exactly. Walter Russell Mead has a similar take.

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