Unless you've been under a current events rock, you've heard that the trial against former doctor/current monster Larry Nassar didn't exactly go in his favor. Hundreds of women and girls came forward to share their accounts of being sexually abused at the hands of a man they trusted. He used his prestigious position as a USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University physician to molest and traumatize countless patients. We only know about the victims brave enough to come forward; who knows how many others carry that secret. So it comes as quite a shock that Michigan Senate candidate Michael Saari thinks the judge could have gone a little easier on the guy.

Regarding the ruling, Saari posted:

Judge was wrong for her personal vocal opinions on record... That should be a crime against jursiprudence itself... Lastly, what do you think this feminazi judge would say if her husband asked for a BJ?


But, wait! There's MORE!

He went on to say:

Woman don't seem to understand that from the very beginning of time men have taken young girls (Prior to periods) as wives and concubines. Even the bible talks of this so don't make it sound like men that are attracted to 12 year old girls are sick... It's you woman that can't get a grip on reality is whats sick... It's only normal and you can't change normal or a persons DNA...


This Facebook post has been taken down.


  1. People who express a sexual attraction toward children are sick.
  2. A judge judges. If the evidence against a person paints them as a danger, the judge has every right to include that in validating the judgement. Personal opinions are part of it.
  3. You know what else is in the Bible? Murder and slavery. Taking young girls as wives wasn't okay then and it's not okay now.
  4. Judge Rosemarie Aquilina is not a feminazi and using whatever consenting action she may share with her husband against her makes you an a**hole.

Election day is November 6th, 2018. I don't know who I'm going to vote for, but I certainly know who I'm voting against.


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