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Preacher Saying Women Deserve Rape Gets Hit With Baseball Bat And People Say He Deserved It




  • A preacher who has been carrying a ‘You Deserve Rape’ sign was hit in the head with a baseball bat during one of his demonstrations.
  • The news went viral after it was shared on social media where people reversed usual victim-shaming lines to refer to the man.
  • An innocent woman was arrested for the attack and immediately got the support of fellow women and the LGBTQ community.

What’s the worst that can happen when you try to spread hate speech in front of people who are simply not having it? A preacher found out the hard way. He had carried a sign saying women “deserve rape” for not being true Christians. The man was promptly hit in the head with a baseball bat and netizens are finding new ways to roast him on the internet, saying he totally deserved it.

Controversial street preacher Brother Dean Saxton is known for denouncing homosexuality and actively telling women that they deserve to be raped. Unfortunately, he made the mistake of demonstrating outside Apollo High School in Glendale, Arizona because he was immediately hit in the head while trying to spread his hate speech.

Brother Dean’s demonstrations are usually aimed at women and the LGBTQ community.

The story was shared on Twitter by Dr. Jennifer Gunter along with a caption mocking one of the reasons why women are allegedly raped.

The news went viral after it was shared on social media where people said the preacher was simply asking for it.

It didn’t take long before other women began questioning Brother Dean’s situation using the usual things people say that aim to shame rape victims.

Someone even posted a photo of Brother Dean during one of his demonstrations stating that he was “dressing provocatively.”

It is unclear what happened to Brother Dean after the incident. However, a 19-year-old woman named Tabitha Brubaker was arrested although she claimed of having “no involvement with the incident.” She was charged for felony assault and marijuana possession and was held on a $10,000 bond.

Luckily, the story has a happy ending. Several supporters started a fundraiser to have Brubaker released. Lawyers also agreed to represent her pro bono. The only bad news is, Brubaker never got back the $10,000 bail money that was raised by hundreds of supporters.

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