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Steubenville Moms Are Rape-Jacking Because They Feel Victimized By Rape Victim
They have created videos:
And they have created blogs, all under the urging of Steubenville’s new city spokesperson, Â right-wing blogger and “erotic and fetish” photographer, Lee Stranahan. I’m not sure he is the best choice to represent a city regarding a rape case, but that is just my opinion.
One resident who I have been exchanging E-mails with is Jill Watkins, and I told her I would be writing about the rally and asked her if she would be interested in making a comment. Jill politely declined, and responded with:
No thanks. Most of those people will be there for the wrong reasons.. its a hate group full of dangerous felons.. i cant even go to work tomorrow because if their so called peaceful rally… these people are not peaceful.. just causing havoc in our city… and we dont need their racism. Its hard to change the mind of the kkk… and this group mostly are fake anons withÂ their own hateful agendas..Â if you were here…you would understand what i mean.
I have sympathy for these parents, Jill in particular because she is very friendly and I do think she was edited in a very strange way during her appearance on the Dr. Phil show. But I don’t agree with what she said above, because I know for a fact that at any given moment, there are numerous anonymous sects working diligently to counteract racism and hate speech. Every single rally held in Steubenville has been peaceful and quite touching. I have seen no evidence of hate or disruption, save for the fact it may interfere with main street traffic. I take issue with these people taking issue with how the general public is reacting to Steubenville, because if we were not present at the party held on August 11, we didn’t cause any of this.
I would like to take this moment to remind the fine residents of Steubenville that no one made these boys rape this girl. No one in the media made these boys post messages like this on Twitter:
And maybe those of you who are whining about your victimization to the editorial departments of local newspapers and creating blogs to “Take back the ‘Ville” you should realize that even though it’s a good thing to have pride in your city and the innocent residents, ya’ll are starting to look like a bunch of self-involved victim-blamers.