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‘Anti-Fascist’ Louise Rosealma’s Real Name Is Emily Nauert and … Wow

Posted on | April 19, 2017 | No Comments

 

Last weekend, supporters of President Trump held a rally in Berkeley, California, and were attacked by self-described “anti-fascist” protesters, resulting in a wild street fight during which a Trump supporter, identified as Nathan Damigo, punched a woman in the face.

 

The target of the punch identified herself in media interviews as “Louise Rosealma,” but online researchers quickly discovered that she is, in fact, Emily Rose Nauert (or Emily Marshall, using her mother’s surname). She is 20 years old and lives in the prosperous Thousand Oaks community. She used to be cute, but in the past couple of years, she got involved with anarchist scum and has performed in porn videos using the screen name “Venus Rosales.” Here she is at an earlier protest event:

 

Her parents divorced when she was 12, and she may have serious psychiatric problems. Last year, she was reportedly charged with petty theft, and prior to her trip to Berkeley last weekend, Emily boasted that she hoped to “bring back at least 100 Nazi scalps.” Furthermore, photos and videos of the riot at Berkeley indicate that Emily may have been throwing glass bottles at the Trump supporters. All of these revelations have undermined sympathy for the victim of the viral-video punch.

Nevertheless, was that punch necessary? Megan Fox wonders:

Does anyone see the irony in the social justice warriors complaining that a guy hit a girl? A girl who wants equality with men showed up at a Trump rally wearing weighted gloves, tried to punch a guy in the throat, and got laid out with one punch. For as long as I can remember, the feminists have told us they’re exactly the same, if not better than men. So why are we supposed to be outraged that one of them got hit in the face by a man? Isn’t that exactly what she wanted when she jumped into the fray and started swinging? . . .
This girl knew exactly what she was doing joining Antifa at the Berkeley rally. She was there to fight “nazis.” She said so. . . .
This is what feminists have asked for and I’ll be damned if I let them complain about it.

If you go looking for a fight, you can’t complain when people fight back. Believing yourself to be “on the right side of history” will not magically protect you from harm. Two words of advice: Grow up.



 

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