It seems like since Donald Trump won the presidency, and even during the campaign, the partisan rancor in the United States has grown to new heights by the day. However, few could have foreseen that sectarian violence would target the son of Barack Obama’s United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Susan Rice.
Her son, John David Rice-Cameron, a republican at Stanford University, is pressing charges against a leftist student who he said hit him and then forcefully “pushed him back” during a pro-Brett Kavanaugh event held Tuesday afternoon.
Rice-Cameron, who is president of the Stanford College Republicans, appeared to have been attacked for daring to voice an opinion leftists didn’t care for. This rising violence, often perpetrated by the left, is dangerous, and is becoming more so with each passing incident that goes unpunished.
John David Rice-Cameron is the son of Obama administration official Susan Rice, the same Mrs. Rice who tried to tell Americans that the assault on the Ambassador’s mission and Central Intelligence Agency annex in Benghazi, Libya, was triggered by a YouTube video.
Leftists on the campus, much like the leftists who show up to some of the Crowder events, apparently did not take kindly to the idea that someone would dare challenge their seemingly myopic world view, protected by the overwhelming presence of left-leaning ideologies on campus.
The result was that one student was arrested for battery, and other students were caught on camera ripping signs that showed support for newly-confirmed and sworn-in United States Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
That student, Melinda Hernandez, has since claimed that she ‘touched’ the young man in the chest because he ‘refused’ to stop filming her, even though there’s no expectation of privacy in a public place, especially if someone has decided to vandalize property.
A witness said that, contrary to Hernandez’s claims, she approached Rice-Cameron, got in his face, yelled at him in an increasingly loud tirade, and put her hands on him.
Rice-Cameron told the Stanford Daily Newspaper that in his opinion, no one should be assaulted on campus, under any circumstances.
According to the Stanford Department of Public Safety’s spokesman, Bill Larson, one student was put under a ‘private-person’ arrest and provided a citation for battery in response to the allegations that the College Republican president made.
School officials also said that the District Attorney’s Office is reviewing the case, and is poised to take further action.
According to the republicans on campus, they are now more motivated than ever, rather than being cowed by the violence visited upon them by those who disagree with their politics.
They said that they were more energized than before to try and push people to get out and vote republican in the upcoming midterm election.
They pointed out that it is important that, in this upcoming 2018 midterm election, now less than a month away, people must come together and stop leftists willing to resort to “any means necessary” to achieve their political objectives.
The group also stated that if people were disturbed by this kind of violence on campus against other people with conflicting ideas, and if they were disturbed at the way conservatives were being targeted and assailed on campuses by liberals, that they should vote for republicans, “through-and-through.”
Many have expressed shock and alarm at the way that republicans and conservatives have been treated in the media, on college campuses, and even in their private lives.
Whether leftists at Stanford or other places in the country like it or not, Brett Kavanaugh, a man who spent more than a decade on a federal court and clerked for the Supreme Court Justice that he replaced, is on the SCOTUS.
Whether they want to believe it or not, an investigation, carried out by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, failed to corroborate any of the serious claims made against Judge Kavanaugh by Deborah Ramirez or Christine Blasey Ford.
At this point, many people agree there is no sane reason to have such an absurdly exaggerated response to the fact that the man is on the Supreme Court.