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San Francisco State’s Violent Snowflakes Offered Healing Resources

SFSU official reaches out to throng who assaulted speaker

By Thomas Buckley, April 9, 2023 10:00 am

In the wake of the violent assault on a collegiate swimmer Riley Gaines for challenging trans activist orthodoxy, San Francisco State University vice-president Jamillah Moore reached out and offered healing help to … the students who assaulted Riley Gaines.

Gaines, who is an advocate for having only actual women compete in women’s sports, spoke on the SFSU campus Thursday evening and was received with an ambush of physically threatening hostility: 


She was eventually hurried by campus police into a different room where she had to remain under guard for her own protection for about three hours while the mob outside “negotiated” conditions for her release.  It has been reported that among the conditions discussed were monetary demands from the mob.

No one in the mob was arrested, despite the presence of police witnesses, the videoed threats of physical violence, and – with the demand for money for her freedom – the potential for a charge of kidnapping, or at least false imprisonment.

Though Gaines speech was the talk of the campus in the days leading up to the event – and SFSU has a long history of gender activism – here’s a map of gender neutral bathrooms and needle disposal sites on campus –  it is unclear if campus officials were fully prepared for the post(ish)-talk ambush.

Moore responded to the incident with a statement Saturday that does not mention Gaines at all but instead praises the students involved: 

“It took tremendous bravery to stand in a challenging space (note – classrooms are NOT supposed to be challenging spaces?) I am proud of the moments where we listened and asked insightful questions,”  Moore wrote. “I am also proud of the moments when our students demonstrated the value of free speech and the right to protest peacefully.”

Moore delusionally added:

…students “may also find ourselves exposed to divergent views and even views we find personally abhorrent. These encounters have sometimes led to discord, anger, confrontation and fear. We must meet this moment (note – she appears to be a fan of the governor) and unite with a shared value of learning … These issues do not go away, and these values are very much at our core.”

To help the violent mob “reflect, process, and begin to heal,”  Moore reminded students they could reach out for support to such campus organizations as the “Equity and Community Inclusion” office.

Gaines was apparently none too pleased with the statement, with a spokesman previously noting that “it is stunning that in America in 2023, it is acceptable for biological male students to violently assault a woman for standing up for women’s rights,” and, post-statement, calling for the prosecution of the students involved.

For a parallel universe news item on the incident, see here: Anti-Lia Thomas activist whisked away by police amid protest at San Francisco State.

The story describes Gaines as an anti-Lia Thomas activist (thereby improperly conflating the personal with the policy discussion) and gloatingly noting the mob was mocking Gaines for “running away” and “crying.”  The vile stereotyping involved in those terms – yep, that’s what girls do, run away and cry – is almost incomprehensible…almost.

Like so many campuses around the nation, SFSU is a cesspool of woke/Equitarian anti-intellectualism and totalitarianism and the Gaines incident is far from the first in a number of anti-free speech student actions.

Last October, speech vandals forced a District Attorney candidate from the stage as she was speaking. (note – do click on the link at least for the picture; one would think a college student’s sign would be a step-up from one held by someone standing at a freeway off-ramp, but…)

In March, a multi- stakeholder Zoom-based planning session for a new Cesar Chavez mural (note – sadly, that sentence is the epitome of today’s college experience) created angst when the mere presence of a representative of Hillel, a Jewish student organization, was questioned.

In response, the same Moore issued another, slightly different, statement.

“As a campus community, we encourage a rigorous exchange of scholarly ideas and debate about Zionism, Israel, and any other world issue.  That debate, however, cannot exclude people from participating in meetings and events based on an assumption of their political stance or religious identity,” wrote Moore.  “The words and actions go against our values and our mission of creating a safe and inclusive campus community in which we all feel safe and welcomed. We stand together in condemnation of actions that promote exclusion, bias, hatred, prejudice, and discrimination.”

It is unclear why the appropriate sentiments of that statement would not apply to the Gaines situation as well – one would assume that opposition to “exclusion, bias, hatred, prejudice, and discrimination” would cover everyone.

Everyone except, it appears, for people who think there are two sexes and its unfair to have men competing in women’s sports.

“I will be pursuing legal action. I will ensure that the people who physically assaulted me, the people who put me in that position, they will face repercussions,” Gaines told Fox News host Tucker Carlson Friday.

If you care to weigh in on the incident and/or other SFSU equity policies, you can find an official equity comment form here:  https://equity.sfsu.edu/Equity-Community-Inclusion-Comment-Form

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5 thoughts on “San Francisco State’s Violent Snowflakes Offered Healing Resources

  1. Those who attacked Riley Gaines are out of control, often violent, extremists. Everyone involved in this outrageous attack needs to be prosecuted by new D.A. Jenkins for any batteries and assaults committed (some of which apparently happened out of camera range but can still be determined), also prosecuted for false imprisonment of Gaines when she was shut up in the room. At the very least the ringleaders need to be identified —- which should be do-able because most of this nonsense was on video — and prosecuted for the false imprisonment of Riley Gaines so there are consequences for what we should not allow to happen ever again. I hope these actions will be taken by D.A. Jenkins, but I won’t hold my breath.

  2. That is a very disturbing take on an assault committed on a guest speaker by the SFSU administration.
    These educational institutions that promote untruths and advocate for assault against those that do not hold the same views have lost all credibility. SFSU should no longer be called university. It is an indoctrination center.
    Riley Gaines was assaulted and not given adequate protection. There is no other way to describe it!!

    We are living in very dark times and it is purposeful.
    The enemy from within wants to cut you off from your religion, the ability to think freely and feel safe doing it!
    I appreciate the writing Mr. Buckley.
    Happy Easter.

  3. Riley Gaines is a courageous young woman who told the truth-that a sports competition between a biological man and a biological woman is patently unfair. This is the fault of a whole system of doctors, psychiatrists, lawyers, and government officials who put politics before science, and in doing so put women under attack. Held for ransom? Sue them.

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