Quick recap: Amber Heard and Johnny Depp are famous actors. Amber is also known as a women’s rights and domestic abuse advocate. The two got married. Amber Heard beat the sh*t out of Depp pretty frequently and abused him emotionally. Amber Heard then divorced Depp and claimed he abused her (physically and emotionally) by painting on fake bruises and lying to everyone.
She sued for a bunch of money while using the victim status for a quick settlement. She defamed Depp in the process. Depp is a genius and recorded everything and is now suing for almost eight times the amount she won in the divorce settlement.
The “Trust All Women” crowd came to the rescue and said moronic things like this comment, dated 2016:
Uhm. They did a joint statement, Depp + Heard, that says neither party has made false accusations for financial gain.”
This means they both agree she was telling she was telling the truth.
She called police. Did restraining orders. Had photos, videos, documents, police reports, texts, witnesses AND donated all of the money to charity. What the hell else could she possibly do to convince y’all? She did everything we say “real victims” are supposed to do, and it meant nothing apparently.
… And people wonder why victims of domestic abuse never come forward or they lie to protect their abuser.
Other than inviting the world to witness the instances of abuse in real-time, because videos don’t cut it I guess, there was nothing else she could do to prove her case.
Or this one:
He was too old for her. I knew nothing good would come of this. Older men are just a headache to deal with really. Plus they’re nothing in bed. I’ve never been with one but I’ve heard all the stories and seen all the evidence. That’s all. I wish Amber the best of luck in the future.
Plus, #MeToo jumped on this with ferocity:
A long Vox column chastised the public for not ‘believing’ Heard, citing a string of unpleasant comments, posted under a gossip column, claiming that Heard was blackmailing Depp. ‘That’s what usually happens when a woman accuses a powerful and beloved man of hurting her’, the column read. Grazia even criticised Depp’s daughter for defending him, insisting that Heard’s ‘voice counts and our insidious, doubting voices do not’.
Meanwhile, the Guardian invoked Charlotte Bronte in an article celebrating Heard’s newfound freedom from her alleged abuser: ‘Reader, she left him.’
But what the Depp-v-Heard case has revealed is not our deep-seated hatred for women who speak out about domestic abuse, but the corrosive effect of contemporary feminism on justice. For feminist campaigners, justice should be for one side only – the accuser. When campaigns like #IBelieveHer and #MeToo insist we automatically believe accusations of sexual abuse or harassment, the principle of innocent until proven guilty is thrown out of the window.
Reality Hits Amber Heard And The MeToo’ers
But then… reality happened.
Depp, an absolute madlab, covered his you know what.
He got video and audio recordings of the abuse. Months and months worth of evidence that he never laid a hand on her. Quite the contrary. He proved that she beat the hell out of him.
Suddenly the ‘believe all women’, feminist mags, and #MeToo people are awfully silent on the topic.
Previously she had captivated readers with leftist-leaning reporters writing headlines such as “Depp proves that men are misogynist pigs”, “Why Men Are Worthless – A Depp Case Study”, and “Why We Must Believe All Women”.
Now, these are her headlines:
‘Aquaman’ Star Amber Heard Could Face Prison For Fake Evidence Against Johnny Depp
Johnny Depp’s $50M Defamation Case Lives On As Amber Heard’s Dismissal Desire Denied
Aquaman: Amber Heard Reportedly Kicked Out From The DC Movie Due To The Legal Battle With Johnny Depp
Which is nothing new, really. In 2009 she got arrested for beating the hell out of her girlfriend at the time too. But clearly, no one cared about that when she was on screen crying about “horrible, horrific” (but also completely fake) abuse by Depp.
Trust all women is garbage. Women lie just like men. Thank you, Amber, for proving this. And sorry to Depp for having to suffer for over a year to make this point.
The conclusion should be apparent: Due process and a reasonable court system > “believe all women!1!!”
While you’re here: why not read my related article “The Connection: Hollywood Pedophilia, Sexual Assault, and Political Elites“
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