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Police in Canada Arrest #WaxMyBalls Tranny Jonathan ‘Jessica’ Yaniv

Posted on | August 7, 2019 | No Comments

 

Jonathan “Jessica” Yaniv (@trustednerd on Twitter) has become internationally notorious for his efforts to force women who run waxing services for women to do their thing on his . . . uh, thing.

Because of Canada’s “human rights” recognition of transgenderism, Yaniv has been able to claim he is a victim of illegal discrimination — a warning of what kind of insanity America would unleash if we similarly recognize transgender rights. Yaniv’s sick behavior, and his totalitarian project of silencing critics of transgender activism like Meghan Murphy, are suggestive of a psychopathic personality. There have also been accusations that Yaniv is a pedophile, and at least one young woman says she has reported to police that Yaniv engaged in inappropriate online conversations with her when she was a minor.

Attempts to end the Yaniv menace took an interesting new turn this week when, during an online video conversation with Blaire White, Jonathan/ “Jessica” brandished a stun gun:

Jessica Yaniv, a transgender B.C. woman whose complaints over being refused intimate waxing services sparked wide controversy, was arrested Monday, apparently for brandishing a prohibited weapon during an online debate.
Yaniv said officers showed up at her apartment in Langley, B.C., shortly after the YouTube debate on transgender activism ended. The officers asked her about a stun gun, she said.
“About three minutes after (the broadcast ended), I have RCMP showing up at my door and putting me into cuffs saying I have a prohibited weapon,” she said in an interview. . . .
The RCMP detachment in Langley confirmed an arrest and search of a home in the area but could not confirm specific details, charges, timelines or named individuals, said Cpl. Craig Van Herk.
He said the RCMP received information and based on it officers have “an open investigation, an active and ongoing investigation.”
Van Herk would not confirm or deny the charges or the circumstances behind them or what Yaniv said was the reason for the RCMP’s return to her apartment.
Neighbours of Yaniv confirmed seeing her being taken away in handcuffs Monday and Yaniv did appear that day, side-by-side in a YouTube conversation with Blaire White, a U.S.-based transgender woman whose videos often deal with transgender issues.
During the heated YouTube debate, viewed by the Post, White harshly criticized Yaniv’s tactics, actions and appearance and Yaniv said she faces harassment and threats because of the prominence of her trans activism.
“I have to carry pepper spray with me because people are so freaking violent over here,” Yaniv said during the debate.
She then stood up from her seat in front of her computer, rummaged around inside her apartment for a moment before returning.
“I should not have to literally have something like this,” she said. “I don’t need to be scared in my own house.” She then held up a stun gun and zapped it towards the camera, emitting a flash and a crackle.
“Which is illegal in Canada. Just sayin,”
she added.

A contemptuous attitude toward laws — taking pleasure in defying legal restrictions — is typical of sociopaths. Just sayin’ . . .



 

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