Posted on | August 21, 2013 | 143 Comments
Kaitlyn Hunt’s got a fever, and
jailbait poontang is the only cure!
That’s really the core of the “Free Kate” argument and, again, if you watched yesterday’s hearing where Kate’s bail was revoked, you understand this argument carries no weight in Florida courts. Kaitlyn Hunt is guilty and belongs in jail, and the fact that prosecutors were willing to offer her a plea deal — even after her violations of the no-contact order were discovered — ought to be understood as a humane effort to avoid a trial that would require that the underage victim be compelled to testify about their sordid and perverse relationship.
No sane or decent person ever supported the “Free Kate” movement, and only the most indecent and insane fanatics continue to support Kaitlyn Hunt now that her deviant criminality has been demonstrated by evidence that Judge Pegg called “overwhelming.”
“Free Kate” supporters are amoral scum with no sense of shame, nor do they have any respect for law or understanding of basic logic. Where only bad arguments are possible — because all the good arguments are for Kaitlyn Hunt’s conviction — one becomes accustomed to dishonest blame-shifting. Heather Wirth-Dalager:
This is a variation of an argument “Free Kate” supporters have made for the past three months: The problem is not that Kaitlyn Hunt broke the law; the problem is that somebody called the cops.
Really, it’s just Thug Logic: “Snitches get stitches.”
The argument from Heather Wirth-Dalager is a bit more nuanced than that, but boiled down to its essence, that’s it:
I am curious what the teacher who violated these teenage girls privacy by announcing this relationship to the younger girls parents, kicked Kate of the team, and facilitated Kate being expelled from school is thinking now? . . . .
(My guess: She’s probably thinking you need to improve your punctuation and syntax.)
Sounds like a strong discrimination suit against the school district and this teacher personally due to these girls sexual orientation!!
(That required two exclamation marks!!)
Regardless of this ludicrous law that doesn’t protect kids in this age group, punishing someone for that in and of itself is simply wrong. This isn’t just a case about same sex relationships, its discrimination and seems to hold some strong privacy violations as well, a doctor would be bound to privacy due to HIPPA Laws based on these girls ages, why does the school have the ability to release anything to the younger girls parents about Kate’s sexual orientation or about Kate at all? . . .
(Translation: “If a lesbian wants to play Spin the Dildo with your 14-year-old daughter, it is ‘discrimination’ and ‘privacy violations’ for anyone to tell you what’s going on, because ‘sexual orientation’ means that the law against having sex with 14-year-olds is ‘ludicrous.’” Does that argument make sense to you? If so, seek psychiatric help immediately.)
We need to remember these are CHILDREN even at 18 years old and still in high school, they do not carry the life experiences to understand ALL consequences of a relationship. . . .
(In case the double exclamation marks weren’t helping, now she’s going to CAPITALIZE random WORDS, and hope you don’t notice the inherent contradiction of her argument. Heather Wirth-Dalager thinks it’s OK for a 14-year-old to be having sex, and “ludicrous” that the law should forbid it. Yet at the same time, while she argues that minors deserve no legal protection against being sexually exploited by adults, she also argues that 18-year-olds are just children — CHILDREN — who are so naive they can’t be expected to understand consequences. Again, if her argument makes sense to you, seek psychiatric help immediately.)
These young girls will probably never trust an authority figure again in their lives and especially the younger girl who will have life long emotional damage from the actions of first the teacher/coach that they trusted, the school for punishing them for being individuals and their sexual orientation, her parents for trying to fore her out of a situation with someone she cared about, and then the law which is supposed to protect her and has grossly failed to do so.
Well, there you have it, eh? “Authentic frontier gibberish.”
Apparently, in Heather Wirth-Dalager’s demented mind, finger-sex in the school restroom toilet stall is just “being individuals.” Also, according to Heather Wirth-Dalager, running away from home to spend the night satisfying the lusts of a dildo-wielding pervert doesn’t cause nearly as much “emotional damage” for a 14-year-old as having her tattoo-covered lesbian partner get arrested for her crimes.
Because “sexual orientation” and “privacy,” you see.
Also, if you ever decide to record a video of yourself masturbating and want to send it to a 15-year-old girl, Heather Wirth-Dalager would be OK with that. You’re just “being individuals,” right?