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Another day, another football player rapes a girl, and the whole town helps him get away with it. Jameis Winston is the alleged rapist, and just like in other s***hole football towns, the star quarterback got off scot-free, and his victim got raked over the coals. Hell, not only did the raping little motherf***er get away with his crime, he’ll probably get the Heisman Trophy tomorrow, and his victim will still be in a living Hell.

So now the victim’s attorney has put up the batsignal, asking that the Florida Attorney General review the case. Because the locals investigated the victim instead of the perp, tried to keep her from filing charges, stalled the investigation, and finally called her a slut and a liar in a nationally-televised news conference. Once again, Steubenville South.

One hopes that the rape-loving cops and other cover-up artists will be subjected to few thousand years in Hell of continuous, agonizing sexual assaults so they can feel the pain of the women they betrayed in this life. Because right now, the chances of justice being done in Florida are somewhere between slim and zilch.

Mr. Blunt and Cranky

According to the amazingly stupid population of Torrington CT, the children who were raped by three local high school football players are to blame for being raped. These cretins say that the barely-teenaged giris made the criminals commit the crimes, as If these children possessed magical superpowers that allowed them to control the actions of adult males.

This is ridiculous, people. Pedestrians don’t cause muggers to assault them. Banks don’t make people rob them. And women (including teens, Tweens, and younger girls) do. not. make. men. rape. them.

Hypocritical fools like the rape apologists in Torrington want to have it both ways: on the one hand, these raping scumball football players are powerful, authoritative, god-like young men. And at the same time, they are weak little wussy-boys who can be commanded by little girls to commit crimes.

Sorry, peeps, both statements cannot simultaneously be true. The most likely explanation (and the one preferred by the authorities, you’ll note) is that the accused criminals are responsible for their crimes.

Mr. Blunt and Cranky