SFSU Releases Shocking Statement After Riley Gaines is Assaulted and Held Hostage by Trans Terrorist

by J Pelkey
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As Breaking Digest previously reported, Riley Gaines, a swimmer, and women’s sports advocate was assaulted and held hostage after speaking at San Francisco State University recently. Shocking videos showed the chaotic scene as police escorted Gaines to a classroom for safety, where she was barricaded for three hours. Outside, trans terrorists demanded money in return for her release.

Not a single person in the violent mob was arrested.

And now, SFSU is praising those who attacked Gaines. In a truly disgusting statement, Jamillah Moore, Vice President for Student Affairs, applauded the terrorists, saying they behaved “peacefully” and with “tremendous bravery”. She failed to even mention the violent attack on Gaines, let alone denounce it.

It’s no wonder why the students believed they had a free license to engage in such violent behavior.

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Here is the full statement:

Dear SF State community, Today, San Francisco State finds itself again at the center of a national discussion regarding freedom of speech and expression. Let me begin by saying clearly: the trans community is welcome and belongs at San Francisco State University. Further, our community fiercely believes in unity, connection, care and compassion, and we value different ideas, even when they are not our own. SF State is regularly noted as one of the most diverse campuses in the United States—this is what makes us Gators, and this is what makes us great. Diversity promotes critical discussions, new understandings and enriches the academic experience. But we may also find ourselves exposed to divergent views and even views we find personally abhorrent. These encounters have sometimes led to discord, anger, confrontation and fear. We must meet this moment and unite with a shared value of learning.  

Thank you to our students who participated peacefully in Thursday evening’s event. It took tremendous bravery to stand in a challenging space. I am proud of the moments where we listened and asked insightful questions. I am also proud of the moments when our students demonstrated the value of free speech and the right to protest peacefully. These issues do not go away, and these values are very much at our core.  

This feels difficult because it is difficult. As you reflect, process, and begin to heal, please remember that there are people, resources and services available and ready to receive our Gator community, including faculty, staff members, coaches and mentors who are here to support you.    

Campus resources are also available: 

1. Equity and Community Inclusion 

2. Counseling and Psychological Services  

3. Dean of Students Office   

The well-being of the SF State campus community remains our priority.    


Jamillah Moore, Ed.D. 

Vice President for Student Affairs & Enrollment Management

Some reactions from Twitter:

Breaking Digest reported that Riley Gaines announced that she intends to take legal action against the mob that attacked her. But she also needs to take legal action against the school as well as Jamillah Moore personally. These people need to face swift and severe repercussions.

Gaines responded to the statement by saying, “I’m sorry did this just say PEACEFUL…”

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