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Female Stanford Student Pushes College GOP President. Guess What Happened Next?

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A female student at Stanford University has found herself in big trouble after she was arrested for battery for allegedly shoving the president of the College Republicans over his group’s show of support for SCOTUS Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

According to campus law enforcement, John Rice-Cameron stated that student Melinda Hernandez “shoved him in the chest with her hand during a verbal disagreement” during a tabling event that was designed to show support for Kavanaugh during his confirmation hearing.

Kavanaugh faced an uphill battle during the hearing as he was accused of sexual assault by several individuals. None of the claims had any real, tangible proof or evidence to support them, thus he was confirmed to the bench last weekend.

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A post on the Stanford College Republicans Facebook page said its members “experienced the violent and totalitarian behavior of the unhinged Stanford left.”

Rice-Cameron added to the paper that Hernandez “got in my face and proceeded to hit me in the chest area and push me back forcefully” and that “nobody should be assaulted on campus, under any circumstances.”

He also told the College Fix that Hernandez shoved him after he shot video of her trying to vandalize a sign: “She comes up and puts her hand on the sign as if she’s going to rip it up, so I take out my phone and record her, and she said, ‘Why the f*** are you recording me?’ In an attempt to defuse the situation, I put the phone away.”

Hernandez went on to claim, ridiculously, that the whole incident was the result of “a clear exertion of power and privilege by the College Republicans.”

“Those who know my character, from a distance or up close, know my fight in social justice lies in peace.”

Hernandez was placed under a private person arrest at Rice-Cameron’s request and issued a citation for battery, campus police told the paper, adding that the District Attorney’s Office will review the case and determine if further action is needed.

At the end of the day this young lady seems to be completely delusional if she thinks for one minute it is proper behavior for her to tear up signs and to push people simply because she wants to.

It’s even more ridiculous for her and her buddies to get mad at Rice-Cameron for calling police after he was assaulted. Apparently they are only supportive of victims when it serves their political agenda.

Source: TheBlaze

 

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