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What Did Jack Montague Do?

Posted on | March 11, 2016 | 30 Comments


A week ago — March 4 — I wrote this simple headline:

Is Jack Montague a Rapist?

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!

The Ivy League Is Decadent and Depraved.

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.



30 Responses to “What Did Jack Montague Do?”

  1. Dana
    March 11th, 2016 @ 6:34 am

    In previous articles, you have noted that the local police have no cases involving Mr Montague: no sexual assault was ever reported to them. Since the incident was reported “several months after the alleged assault occurred,” all of the physical evidence had long since disappeared.

    There are only two possible outcomes here:

    1 – Either Mr Montague is a rapist, who while having been expelled from Yale remains free and loose to offend again; or
    2 – Mr Montague is not a rapist, who has been punished for a crime he did not commit.

    Of course, the SJWs who do believe that Mr Montague is a rapist don’t care that he’s out free and able to assault another woman, because they have gotten him expelled away from the only population about which they care: cute young white (?) coeds. If he actually is a rapist, and his next victim is a convenience store clerk, well, that isn’t really important, is it?

  2. M. Thompson
    March 11th, 2016 @ 8:29 am

    Would also include Asians in there as well. On campus, there is little difference.

  3. Fail Burton
    March 11th, 2016 @ 9:39 am

    Jack was unfortunate enough to be a man, ethnic European and heterosexual in the vicinity of the North American continent in the early hours of the 21th century. Suspected of rape culture, slavery and the Columbian Exchange. Be on the alert.

  4. CaptDMO
    March 11th, 2016 @ 9:57 am

    “citing two people with direct knowledge of the case who spoke on condition of anonymity”
    Ergo, such valid “testimony” does not exist.
    Full Stop.

  5. Francis W. Porretto
    March 11th, 2016 @ 10:00 am

    Yet another confirmation of the message inherent in all these witch hunts: Young men cannot trust young women any longer. Even a girl’s protests that “I really want to!” might be bait in a hatred-barred trap.

    We are steadily constructing incentives that will do to us what’s already happened to Japan. I don’t think we’ll like the results.

  6. Jeanette Victoria
    March 11th, 2016 @ 10:26 am

    He made the mistake of being born a white male and in today’s hate all men climate he was dumb enough to get near a woman on campus.

  7. Norman Plumb
    March 11th, 2016 @ 10:40 am

    I don’t know anything about this case but saying that a popular good looking guy won’t rape anyone is ridiculous. Explain Mike Tyson or William Kennedy Smith or the famous Ted Kennedy-Chris Dodd sandwich or Bill Clinton for that matter.

  8. RS
    March 11th, 2016 @ 11:15 am

    No one is saying anything like that. Rather, the point is the system is arranged to actively hinder the discovery of the truth.

  9. Fail Burton
    March 11th, 2016 @ 11:18 am

    It’s a well-known fact that handsome and popular ear-biters like Mike Tyson are incapable of rape. Women take one look at his bulging morality and rape themselves while he happens to innocently be in the vicinity.

  10. Norman Plumb
    March 11th, 2016 @ 11:19 am

    Then what did this mean? “He’s a popular, good-looking athlete … Jack Montague’s got 99 problems and a lack of female companionship ain’t one.” Are you claiming that’s a commentary on due process?

  11. petetheelder
    March 11th, 2016 @ 11:19 am

    No, McCain is saying something like that “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.”

    Ted Bundy got away with his crimes for years because of that attitude. Bill Clinton got away with it too.

    Not saying this guy is guilty, but evil doesn’t respect appearance. 1 Samuel 16:7 The LORD does not look at the things people look at. People look at the outward appearance, but the LORD looks at the heart

  12. Dana
    March 11th, 2016 @ 11:25 am

    Bill Cosby was certainly decent looking, a huge celebrity, extremely wealthy, and should have been able to bang almost anyone he wanted; that (apparently) didn’t stop him from being so fornicated up in the head that he was willing to use date-rape drugs to enable him to copulate with nearly unconscious women.

    There is no rational explanation for sexual assault, and sometimes we make the mistake of trying to figure out one.

    I have no idea whether Mr Montague is guilty of anything or not; until and unless the particulars of the case are made public, I don’t believe that we can have a valid opinion on that subject.

    The important part, now, is for Yale to release all of the details concerning not only the particulars of the case but the decision-taking process which led to Mr Montague’s expulsion. Only then can we have any idea concerning whether the process was anywhere close to fair.

  13. Powered by UNicorn flatulence
    March 11th, 2016 @ 1:27 pm

    You pigs.
    The pen is a rape tool.

  14. Powered by UNicorn flatulence
    March 11th, 2016 @ 1:30 pm

    Oh, please.
    He may rape, again, but he shall not have the chance to rape rich women, only the poor ones who are not “privileged” to attend university.
    (Sheapishly hangs sarcastic head)

  15. Powered by UNicorn flatulence
    March 11th, 2016 @ 1:35 pm

    Mr. Montague is innocent until proven guilty.
    Same as Cosby

  16. RS
    March 11th, 2016 @ 1:36 pm

    The point is, we do not know, and, absent a complete, open presentation of evidence, we will never know. What exists now, are allegations and labels cast about with anonymity which can destroy a young man’s life.

    Is it possible, the guy’s a fiend. Sure. Anything’s possible. The point is, the current climate, with its emphasis on accusation as opposed to evidence and continued shifting of definitions to make certain behaviors actionable ex post facto make it extraordinarily difficult if not impossible to discern the truth.

  17. RS
    March 11th, 2016 @ 1:43 pm

    Of course evil does not respect appearance. Indeed, we’ve all sinned and come short of the glory of God. So, stipulated.

    That said, we live in an (imperfect) world of human rules. I like to think that things like due process, presumption of innocence, and the like are grand achievements of Western Man, designed to ameliorate the temporal effects of sinful behavior.

    Mr. Montague may be guilty. He may not. We don’t know. Part of the reason we don’t know, is that the evidence is actively concealed under the current system. Call me old-fashioned, but I prefer that before someone be labeled a “rapist,” he or she would be found guilty by a jury of his/her peers after a public trial.

  18. Norman Plumb
    March 11th, 2016 @ 1:59 pm

    I understand your point. What I don’t understand is what the adjectives “popular” and “good looking” have to do with it. And evidently you don’t either, because you refuse to address what I said.

  19. robertstacymccain
    March 11th, 2016 @ 3:58 pm

    You know, it’s weird that you mention Ted Bundy, because while I was writing this, I went outside for a smoke and thought: “Does this kid look like a rapist?” And then I thought about Ted Bundy and began composing a sentence in my mind to that effect, but subsequently realized it was an irrelevant detour.

    Nobody is accusing Jack Montague of kidnapping girls off the street and murdering them. While rape is rape — “No means no” — we have to recognize a distinction between (a) the college boy who doesn’t know how to cope with rejection and (b) the predatory sadistic psychopath like Ted Bundy.

    And, of course, as so many lawsuits demonstrate, the “campus rape epidemic” hysteria seems to have convinced a lot of women that drunk sex is rape.

  20. Daniel Freeman
    March 11th, 2016 @ 6:03 pm

    saying that a popular good looking guy won’t rape anyone is ridiculous

    Straw men are ridiculous, and so are you.

    As a matter of fact, rape is about sex, not power. So the men most likely to rape are the ugliest, dumbest and most impulsive ones. That is because they are the most likely to not get consent, not tell the difference and/or not care.

    You must be either really smart, to rationalize away common sense, or really dumb to fall for feminist propaganda.

  21. Finrod Felagund
    March 11th, 2016 @ 6:16 pm

    I’ll point out here that at my alma mater, there are no college girls, because Wabash College has been all-male from its founding in 1832 to the present day and for the foreseeable future.

  22. Joe Joe
    March 11th, 2016 @ 6:46 pm

    Aside from my anger about the general lack of fairness to Mr. Montague, I am particularly worried about the fact that a PARALLEL system of punishment/”justice” is being established along side the real criminal justice system. While our real justice system goes back to legal principles as old as the Magna Carta–and has been tested over centuries–the new parallel system is administrative, untested, arbitrary, and begins with an assumption of guilt, not innocence.

    This new system, flawed as it is, shows no signs of going away and is being fed with our tax dollars. Much like other administrative systems–for example, state agencies that can fine a Christian bakery for not making a gay wedding cake–the administrative rape tribunals dispense entirely with a jury trial. You have no way of making your case with established Constitutional protections, which is your RIGHT as an American citizen.

    Bring the baker to court and PROVE discrimination? No, just have a possibly biased bureaucrat make a unilateral administrative judgment and fine the bakery out of business. Bring a young man accused of sexual assault to a courtroom to be judged by a jury of his peers? No, just have a systemically biased administrative procedure find him guilty of an institutional infraction and expel him.

    What is happening is that administrative systems are paralleling the real criminal justice system. (And in California and New York State, they have been merged in “Yes Mean Yes” legislation.) In the end, such redundancy will be reduced–probably a cost-cutting measure–and guess which system will be phased out because it costs too much?

  23. Rick Caird
    March 11th, 2016 @ 8:55 pm

    That is the problem, but I wonder if it is the actual goal of the “queer feminists”. If so, it is really working.

  24. Norman Plumb
    March 11th, 2016 @ 9:22 pm

    Good grief you’re stupid.

  25. Gringao
    March 11th, 2016 @ 10:45 pm

    This is from an internet comment, so discount as you see fit, but a guy on a Yahoo discussion thread I was on insisted that Montague had been at his house a few days ago and told him the story. Seems Mr. Montague is a bit if a ladies’ man and spent a night with the lass in question subsequent to her expressing, in a text message, that she wasn’t interested in hooking up. They had sex that night and a number of times subsequent to that event. When Mr. Montague didn’t agree to an exclusive relationship with said lass, she decided she had been raped…and the rest is history.

  26. Daniel Freeman
    March 12th, 2016 @ 1:23 am

    Ixtl plart vnrzn.

    I would appreciate if you gave more meaning than that. But I don’t expect anything more from an ugly, impulsive retard. Good luck!

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    March 12th, 2016 @ 4:01 pm

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