Liberal Snowflake Convicted in Cold-Blooded Attack

  • 2018-06-01
  • Source: AAN
  • by: AAN
Liberal Snowflake Convicted in Cold-Blooded Attack
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Another liberal activist has been arrested for yet another physical attack on a conservative, as the progressive movement grows more unstable and violent.

Patricia Hill, an assistant sociology professor at the University of Nebraska, was convicted in a Virginia court for spraying fake blood on the home of a National Rifle Association lobbyist after stalking him and his family for months.

Hill sprayed fake blood on the Alexandria, Virginia home of NRA Institute for Legislative Action Executive Director Chris Cox in two separate attacks, one in January 2018 and one in October 2017.

According to fellow UNL professor Amanda Gailey, who joined Hill in stalking Cox; home, Hill targeted Cox, his wife, and his children because “the Cox family is getting enough social pressure,” and “people need to stop treating these predatory, sick people like they’re just a neighbor.” Hill hoped the criminal act would inspire copycat attacks on Cox.

She was convicted of misdemeanor vandalism for the January attack, ordered to pay a $500 and further ordered to stay at least 500 feet away from Cox or his family. She was specifically ordered to not stalk Cox’s wife. After the verdict was handed down, she was served a warrant for the October assault.

Hill was arrested when security personnel matched her face, captured on security cameras when she picketed Cox’s home in April 2018, to the images of a woman who vandalized the home in October 2017 and January 2018.

Hill was involved in a similar incident on the Nebraska campus when she stalked and harassed students participating in an event for the conservative group Turning Point USA. Hill and two other professors tried to shut down a campus sign-up event by screaming obscenities at the students while shooting middle fingers at them.

When the taunting and cursing caused a female student to begin crying, Hill and her fellow protesters began mocking her.

Anti-gun lobbyists, despite stating they oppose violence, are supporting Hill’s history of stalking and vandalism.

“We think this is the NRA using the criminal justice system to rain terror on regular people,” said Melody Vaccaro, vice president of Nebraskans Against Gun Violence, arguing that stalking a wife and children and vandalizing their home are civil rights.

The conviction comes nearly one year after an avowed anti-gun activist showed up, again in Alexandria, Virginia, and opened fire on a group of Republican congressman practicing for a charity baseball game. One Republican member of Congress, House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, nearly died in the mass assassination attempt.
 Source: AAN
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