Prof calls Trump presidency 'the definition of rape'
A University of Arizona professor compared the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency to rape, saying he is “plundering our country” and “forc[ing] his half-flaccid agenda on it.”
Jess Kapp, a senior lecturer in the University of Arizona department of geosciences, published “The Rape of America” on her blog on November 15, asserting that a Trump presidency constitutes a “violent seizure of our basic human rights” and fulfills the definition of rape.
“He will attack us bareback and ride us until we tear.”
“He whispers promises of protection with crossed fingers behind his back, and while we prepare to give him a chance, turning our heads from his proven history of lies, he will attack us bareback and ride us until we tear,” Kapp writes. “And just when we think it is going to let up, he will escalate the assault to gang rape.”
Kapp contends that Trump’s plans to fill his cabinet with “dangerous and hateful men” escalates the situation to gang rape, because Trump is “asking his buddies to come in and watch.”
Indeed, she predicts that rather than checks and balances governed by voices of reason, Trump’s administration will be “a boys club, drunk on victory, grabbing this nation by the pussy whether we like it or not and drunk-tweeting about their debauchery with pride as it happens.”
“He has this country hog-tied on the bed and is getting ready to have his way with it,” Kapp declares, clarifying that right now, Trump is only in the “early phases” of the rape, implying that he will not carry out the full-fledged attack until he officially takes office.
“Yes, he is in only in the early phases, luring us into his dark man cave with promises of something different. But he will continue to whisper, ‘Do not be afraid,’ until he gets a strong hold,” she asserts. “He will not stop until we are too frightened to say no.”
Kapp concludes her post with a cry for people to fight back against the “rape,” although she declines to say what “saying no” would entail.
Campus Reform reached out to Kapp for comment but did not receive a response by press time.
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