Former NCAA swimmer Riley Gaines ripped San Francisco State University’s Vice President for Student Affairs, Jamillah Moore, Ed.D. for he response to the assault by transgender protesters at a Turning Point USA event last week.
Trans activists violently assaulted Gaines at the event, which saw her escaping to a locked room for safety.
Riley tweeted she was “ambushed and physically hit twice by a man” after her speech at the event.
Responding to the violent incident, Moore sent a letter praising the protesters, praising their response to “abhorrent” views claiming they engaged peacefully at the event.
However, Gaines pointed out that the protesters were anything but peaceful.
“I’m sorry did this just say PEACEFUL…. I was assaulted. I was extorted and held for random. The protestors demanded I pay them if I wanted to make it home safely,” Gaines said in response to the letter.
“I missed my flight home because I was barricaded in a classroom… We must have different definitions of peaceful,” Gaines added.
Gaines added that she would have been happy to engage the protesters in a discussion if they were not violent.
“I have no problem with ‘peaceful’ protest. I actually welcome it. I was grateful to see a diverse crowd in the room during my speech which I expressed multiple times. We had great dialogue and listened to each other. But that ambush was the opposite of peaceful,” she said.
Gaines addressed Moore directly, asking, “@DrJamillahMoore you write this??? Do you need more video proof??? Allow me.”
The sports swimmer then shared a video of the violent incident with Moore, who then blocked Gaines on Twitter.
“The woman who released the statement following the riot where I was verbally and physically assaulted at @SFSU (to which she called peaceful) blocked me,” Gaines tweeted. “I guess it’s easier for her to ignore me than to denounce violence against women. She won’t be able to ignore my lawsuit.”
Gaines said she plans to sue the university over the incident.
As The Daily Fetched reported, Police confirmed no arrests had been made following the incident.
Meanwhile, Marjorie Taylor Greene responded angrily to the incident, calling for authorities to “arrest all of them.”
“This is terrorism, kidnapping, and extortion. ARREST ALL OF THEM! The trans movement is out of control and a danger to children and our society.”
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