Nasty liberal student activist Meg Lanker-Simons faked a hate crime last week. The liberal threatened herself with rape and blamed it on local conservatives. Police later discovered Lanker-Simons posted the threats herself.
What a peach.
An April 29 photo shows student Meg Lanker-Simons and her husband, Andrew, during a student-led demonstration against sexual violence at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, Wyoming. (Examiner)
What a pathetic loser.
Campus Reform reported:
A well-known female liberal blogger and radio host at the University of Wyoming (UW) is being accused by police of fabricating a rape threat against herself to appear as if it came from a conservative.
The obscene message directed at activist Meg Lanker-Simons was posted on a college “crush” Facebook page earlier this week and immediately ignited outrage from the college community.
“I want to hate f**k Meg Lanker-Simons so hard. That chick that runs her liberal mouth all the time and doesn’t care who knows it,” it read. “I think its hot and it makes me angry. One night with me and shes gonna be a good Republican bitch,” the post reads, according to a screenshot.
Before the post was removed, Lanker-Simons commented on it and on her own blog, calling it “disgusting, misogynistic, and apparently something the admins of this page think is a perfectly acceptable sentiment.”
She also encouraged the poster to seek help at the UW Counseling service and ends with the advice:
“Instead of focusing on how angry and turned on me ‘running my mouth’ makes you, perhaps you should listen instead. You might learn something.”
But on Monday, The University of Wyoming Police Department issued a citation to Lanker-Simons for “interference” for “false statements she made to the UW Police Department,” according to a UW statement referred to by Laramie Boomerang Online.
UPDATE: Meg Lanker-Simons is a Think Progress award-winning blogger.
UPDATE: Meg Lanker-Simons also has worked with Bill Ayers.
Meg Lanker and domestic terrorist Bill Ayers filed suit against the University of Wyoming in federal court for blocking Ayers from speaking on campus. (Westword)