If there is a more clear-cut case for defamation of character, look no further than the highly lauded documentary The Hunting Ground. This is the latest in propaganda to come from the social justice crowd with one mission – men in college are sexual predators. Don’t believe me? Well, watch this movie with a completely uncritical eye and you’ll realize that not only does this film go out of its way to tar and feather men as sexual predators, along with colleges for unfeeling enablers of rape. Ever university that is featured in this film should be suing, but there is one person in-particular that I think needs to bring the legal hammer of justice to the makers of this film, because I genuinely don’t think I’ve seen a better case for defamation made in any film.
The guy’s name is Jameis Winston. He’s a quarterback at Florida State University. He was accused of rape by a woman named Erica Kinsman. But just like in the case of “Jackie” with Rolling Stone and Crystal Mangum with the Duke lacross players, the truth came out. Kinsman’s entire story is full of holes, and while no one may ever know what happened in that room, we do know that it is all complete bullshit. Here’s a fantastic article which lays out all the holes of the story and shows how this film goes out of its way to make sure Winston looks like the biggest piece of shit to ever exist. You read that article, and you realize something – the makers of that documentary must be SO pissed that the whole UVA story was proven to be a hoax. I get the feeling that the other major 15 minute segment would have been devoted to that story, and this documentary would have been that much longer.
But despite how ugly all of this is, the thing that pisses me off is this – this movie has huge nationwide appeal! It was screened at the White House! It’s getting accolades left and right! But the entire movie is so blatantly full of shit! It takes the 1 in 5 statistic and plasters that all over the movie. A statistic so ludicrous that if it were true, no parent would send their daughter to college. None. Not one. However, the mainstream media is eating this bullshit up. When critics call out the erroneous statistics and virtually non-existent fact-checking, it’s decried by people everywhere and insensitive.
There is some hope that something can be done to strike back against this sort of outright character assassination. And what can be done is this – Jameis, sue the fuckers who made this movie. Sue the fuck out of them. This is defamation of character if I have ever seen it. Either these filmmakers are so stupid that they didn’t even do the slightest amount of checking their facts, or the fact that they they have a chip on their shoulder told them not to. Phi Kappa Psi is suing Rolling Stone, and I hope that they don’t settle out of court and drag those bastards through the streets in a figurative drawn and quartering of their reputation. Similarly, the makers of this documentary need to have the same thing done to them. Although, given that the “victim” in the Winston case is suing him to keep her from continuing to bad-mouth him, maybe he has too many problems already.
Still, I hope that he fights this. I hope that he burns these people. The only time that the social justice crowd is going to stop this madness is when people actually fight back. And since the people who do this sort of thing are professional victims, the only way to hurt them is financially. Hurt their pocketbooks, and the rest will follow. Fuck the makers of this film, and fuck their bullshit narrative that one can fact-check in two seconds on Google! What A-level “research” they did. Maybe Sabrina Ruben Erdely can work for them next.
Until next time, a quote,
“The story was simply too tempting, too sensational, to let facts get in the way.” – Lawsuit against Rolling Stone