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Crazy People Are Dangerous

Posted on | August 12, 2022 | Comments Off on Crazy People Are Dangerous

You may have forgotten Nicholas John Roske, or perhaps you never knew the name of the 26-year-old California man arrested for his failed plan to assassinate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. I hadn’t paid much attention myself until I saw a “Dispatches From Weimar America” item by Ed Driscoll at Instapundit, linking to this bizarre headline:

Brett Kavanaugh assassination suspect said
he was a ‘sissy slave’ and ‘trans gamer girl’
named ‘Sophie’ in online posts, asked how
to ‘take out’ high-value targets: Report

What the hell did I just read? Sure, Democrats are all about “inclusion” and “diversity,” but where does this fit in the LGBTQ coalition? Is there something in the Democratic Party platform supporting the rights of “trans sissy slaves”? What is the Justice Department policy on this? How many “trans sissy slaves” are working in the White House?

Mia Cathell reports at Townhall:

New federal court filings reveal troubling information hidden in plain sight about 26-year-old Nicholas John Roske, the defendant identified as a “California man” by the Justice Department and charged in the Kavanaugh assassination plot, leading to a cache of perverse Reddit and Discord activity that pieces together the suspect’s apparent motive, gender identity, and unstable mental state. . . .
In this particular high-profile attempted murder case, an FBI special agent identified several Reddit accounts Roske operated in recent years — one of which the suspect used to embrace his transexual “femme” and submissive “sissy slave” persona, according to the search warrant applications filed in federal court.
Behind the Reddit username “AmericanNick,” Roske posted a series of “Craigslist personals” section-style wanted ads. A year ago, Roske penned a “[F4F]” (meaning female-for-female) Reddit post on the “r/GamerPals” subreddit, titled “Trans Gamer Girl Seeking Friend,” with the tag “GIRLS ONLY.” There, in the same forum, the suspect had introduced himself as his female alter-ego via another Reddit post: “Hi my name is Sophie.”
In a separate Reddit community created for Redditors in search of connecting with others in the Seattle area, Roske sought a female “Cuddle/Movie Buddy” as an “MtF [male-to-female]” college graduate “looking for a woman to cuddle and watch movies with.” Roske wrote in the post’s contents: “If this turns into making out, etc that’s cool, if not that’s cool too.” The suspect, listing himself as a “Trans Girl” in the city’s University District, struck a more erotic tone with his approach in another Reddit post soliciting “Another Girl for Play/Friendship” on a recurring basis. Roske, then 25, divulged that he has “many kinks and only a few limits” but would “enjoy some vanilla time” as well. “I have done a lot of research and have some experience being both a sub and a domme,” Roske typed. He was scouting for “play partners” in The Rainy City as someone who’s “pretty kinky” with “an ever expanding collection of toys and tools.” Roske proclaimed that he is sexually attracted to anyone “androgynous or feminine” who’s not “a cis[gender] man” and uses “she/her” pronouns.
Those are just the PG posts. Roske has frequented the fetish subreddit “r/SissyPersonals,” an X-rated “place for sissys and daddys to meet.” In an explicit Reddit post, Roske desired one such “Daddy to Have Complete Sexual Control Over Me.” Specifically, the suspect wanted to be told “how long I have to be in chastity for and what I am allowed to do when you let me out” along with tasks to do while “locked up,” whether this be the “number of times I have to edge myself, time riding a dildo, watching porn, all three or more!” Roske asked Redditors to private message “if you want me as your sexual toy to frustrate, humiliate, and control.”

Just your typical young Joe Biden voter — one who was so upset about “abortion rights” that he (or “she”) wanted to assassinate a Supreme Court justice. And what’s the moral of this story?




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