We all know how since social media is a platform which is easy to access it’s very common to say things that can be considered downright stupid. And that’s exactly what one of the characters from the protected class on the left did.
Chicks On The Right reported that Riley J. Dennis, who for some reason has a verified Twitter account, made the ultimate idiotic comment when it came to Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and her bogus testimony to Congress about Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
Yes, this man/woman/whatever actually said Dr. Ford is braver than any US Marine for testifying. Are you kidding? Have you even looked at what a Marine does or looked at the rows upon rows of headstones at Arlington Nation Cemetery which weren’t sold to Chinese businessmen during the Clinton Administration in the 90’s?
But thankfully the backlash on social media was epic.
It takes an awful lot to balance college and service in the #MarineCorps Reserves, to leave school with 2 weeks notice and serve in Desert Storm, get injured, come back to school with PTSD and still get a 3.6 GPA upon graduation. STFU, because Ford did nothing like what I did
— Giacomo K – Blexit, WalkAway, Jexodus since 1989 (@giacoknox) September 28, 2018
As a mother of a Marine, how dare you compare my son and his brothers to that lunatic! She’s a fraud and a lier! You don’t even know the meaning of a Marine. And If that’s a recent picture of you? go eat a donut, you need it.
— lizzy M (@liroje2002) September 28, 2018
Shame on you. pic.twitter.com/UfkWsPnqdG
— Paul M Winters (@RealPaulWinters) September 27, 2018
One has nothing to do with the other. Why don't you say this to any family that lost a Marine or US Armed Forces member?
Bravery is shown in many ways, but NEVER trivialize the US Military when they sacrifice their life in order for you to use your Free Speech in this manner.
— JP ✭ (@NYC_Cowsheep) September 27, 2018
I for one had no idea who this person was or why they were considered famous. So I did I little digging and found they are some kind of youtube celebrity according to the website Fandom.
“Riley Jay Dennis
Riley Jay Dennis (born Justin Dennis) is a polyamorous, atheist, lesbian, nonbinary trans woman with a passion for fiction writing, intersectional feminism, and making videos.
She grew up playing soccer and absolutely loves the sport, but reading and writing were also on the top of the list of her favorite hobbies. She has always seen fantasy stories as a powerful way of portraying real world issues. She got a degree in Creative Writing and anthropology.
Riley joined YouTube on July 6, 2011, but posted her first video on January 25, 2015 with a video called “Liked the Hunger Games? Read this book next!” where she recommended the book The Testing by Joelle Charbonneau. She continued to post book reviews until she made videos about books, travel, and college life. Later on, she started making videos about advice and relationships. On June 7, 2015, she posted a video called “Are Liberal Arts Colleges Worth It?” where she talked about college life and her degree, starting her path to talking about American politics. Afterwards, she began making videos for the website Everyday Feminism, with the video “How Many Genders Are There?” Soon after she had made many many videos on a plethora of Feminism topics. In August 7, 2016, she changed her name to Riley After making more videos, she began to receive a lot of hate and harassment from people in their own response videos. Riley voted for Hillary in the 2016 presidential election, and when Trump won, Riley made a video saying that “hate won.” On February 12, 2017, she announced that she would be sharing merchandise about feminism and gender through TeePublic.
She got her BA in 2015 doing a self-designed major called Writing Worlds, a mixture of creative writing and anthropology focused on realistic fictional world building. She sees writing novels and stories as a creative way to discuss important issues. She is the author of the Through the Portal trilogy, and she was a journalist at a student-run newspaper for four years, serving as both Editor-in-Chief and Managing Editor at different times. Worked to change the College’s policies concerning sexual assault. In her daily life, she likes to play Pokemon and eat sushi. She stands at 6’2” and loves casually playing sports and video games.
She can speak French almost fluently.
She supports the Black Lives Matter movement.
Riley is currently dating YouTuber neonfiona.”
Can someone please stop this world, I really want to get off. This is what’s considered being famous nowadays? How did we as a society get to this? It’s like the very moment people were ok with and accepted gay marriage as a mainstream practice all these characters started popping up. This person even has an Adam’s apple larger than mine and they are trying to convince us he’s a she? How damn confused can a person be, and how does it even get to that point?
This is why having a normal functioning family at home is important in the life of a child. Although sometimes that’s not achievable it’s still important for a child to see proper role models, if not characters like this person happen.