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Feminist Marina Watanabe Rejected a Guy and Turned Him Into a Nazi

Posted on | August 13, 2020 | Comments Off on Feminist Marina Watanabe Rejected a Guy and Turned Him Into a Nazi


Last month, a group of Internet sleuths identified Andrew Richard Casarez, 27, of Orangevale, California, as the man behind the online alias “Vic Mackey.” According to the Sacramento Bee, Casarez was the leader of a white supremacist group that called itself “The Bowl Patrol,” a name referencing the “bowl” haircut of a notorious killer:

“The ‘Bowl Patrol’ is an online group that endorses violence against minorities, they take their name from known domestic terrorist (Dylann) Roof who is known for killing 9 people at a prayer meeting in South Carolina,” according to a sheriff’s declaration filed in Sacramento Superior Court. “Roof is known in the white supremacists movement for having a ‘bowl cut haircut.’”

Well, it turns out that Casarez went to high school with Marina Watanabe (@marinashutup), a feminist who used to write for Everyday Feminism and who is now social media editor of Bitch Media. In a YouTube video, she says that Casarez tried to hit on her and she rejected him:


Of course, getting turned down by a girl can be hard on a young guy’s ego, but when a guy becomes so desperate he starts hitting on feminists? Probably gonna turn into a mass murderer someday.



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