Posted on | March 11, 2016 | 30 Comments
A week ago — March 4 — I wrote this simple headline:
There is still no answer to that question, although the New York Times published a story Wednesday about the expulsion of the Yale University basketball team’s senior captain. Citing “two people with direct knowledge of the case who spoke on condition of anonymity,” the article confirms that Montague was expelled last month “in connection with a sexual misconduct accusation.” And here’s a tidbit from the Daily Mail:
A formal complaint was filed against Montague with the University-Wide Committee on Sexual Misconduct in November of 2015, several months after the alleged assault occurred, Yale Daily News reports.
He was expelled three months later on February 10.
So, we have yet another on of those belated accusations — “several months after” the incident — that seem to proliferate amid the anti-male “campus rape epidemic” hysteria that feminists have recently incited. This is a familiar narrative, if you have read any of the more than 100 lawsuits filed against universities by male students who say they were falsely accused of sexual misconduct and denied due process in the campus kangaroo court system. It’s a typical story by now. College boy and college girl hook up, and then months go by during which nothing in particular seems to happen until — BOOM! — the guy finds himself accused of “sexual misconduct.” The university does an investigation, but everything’s hush-hush, because of federally mandated “confidentiality” requirements, then there is secretive hearing, and then the guy’s expelled. Nobody ever knows what happened until the guy files a lawsuit.
The basic function of Title IX, it now seems, is to expel every male student who ever so much as kissed a girl on campus. Seriously, go read the John Doe v. Brown University lawsuit and tell me that’s not crazy.
Do you think Jack Montague is a rapist? His father, hinting very strongly about a lawsuit, calls the accusation against his son “ridiculous.” Certainly, common sense would lead us to be skeptical.
He’s a popular, good-looking athlete. As Jay Z might say, Jack Montague’s got 99 problems and a lack of female companionship ain’t one.
Ah, but it’s 2016! And it’s Yale!
All the Yale professors are atheists, and all the students are psychotic Social Justice Warriors like Jerelyn “Who the F–k Hired You?” Luther. It’s always surprising to learn that heterosexuality still happens at Yale, where the Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies Program trains girls to be man-hating radical lesbian activists. Parents pay $47,600 tuition a year to Yale, where the Marxist faculty teach rich kids how to hate Capitalist Misogynist Oppressors, i.e., Daddy.
Warn your sons, America: Never talk to a college girl.