Women's March Featured Speaker Who Kidnapped, Raped and Tortured a Man to Death


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Women’s March Featured Speaker Who Kidnapped, Raped and Tortured a Man to Death

dailycaller.com/2017/01/26/womens-march-featured-speaker-who-kidnapped-raped-and-tortured-a-man/


#2

Wow


#3

Whoa - that is a bad woman. A real role model ha ha. What a story!


#4

She is open about her past, having written a book about it, and it’s not exactly a secret:

donnahylton.com/

Not sure what these bloggers are trying to accomplish, other than further shame and embarrass anyone with a past. I’m all for those with convictions taking steps to clean up their act. Aren’t you?


#5

How would a blogger shame and embarrass her if she has already written a book and is out speaking?


#6

Not exactly the kind of thing you would miss in their bio is it? That march was ill planned from the start.


#7

What a shame! :frowning:


#8

A stellar cast of participants ,speaks volumes…:mad:


#9

Wow what do you get out of her except a complete horrible person?


#10

I missed the part where she expresses remorse for cruelly murdering a man. The web site talks about how she was a victim, with a “spiral of events that lead [sic] to her incarceration.” People with evil pasts can provide a powerful testimony, as the apostle Paul shows, but only when they sincerely repent.


#11

She’s a respected Spokeswoman now!!


#12

She’s probably what Ashley Judd had in mind when she said “I’m a nasty woman”.


#13

IIRC, there is a “kazook”…

shoebat.com/2014/12/27/muslims-calling-revive-ancient-horrifying-execution-method-u-s-led-coalition-pilots-2/


#14

Redemption is certainly what it is all about, however I would be more convinced if she would express more regret for her role in what happened to that man (he begged her to help him!) than pity for herself.


#15

yes she is definitely a nasty woman. Why do women want to be identified as nasty?:confused::confused:


#16

Ah, I see. So it’s not ok to be “pro-life” for someone with a criminal convinction related to a violent act? Everyone is redeemable. Even her.


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Oh, I think they are shedding on who the leadership is, which is a good thing.

And I agree it’s not uncommon. As long as the criminal behavior wasn’t committed by a straight white male republican, it can either excused, ignored or even justified by the standards of the regressive left.


#18

I agree, but speaking a rally like this (if invited to do so by organizers) is horrible optics.

The issue isn’t can she be forgiven or saved, we all know the answer is YES. It’s a matter of public scandal.


#19

Clinton supporters call themselves nasty as a way to support Clinton after Trumped called her that. Kind of like “if he’s an idiot, I’m an idiot too”


#20

Much like the people calling themselves deplorable.


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