In many way, 2018 has been an excellent year for the idea of America.
Sure, we have had our setbacks too, particularly in the divisiveness of the liberal left who seem hellbent on sending our entire nation into sickening spiral of discrimination and hatred. On the right, however, we have been following a far more “equality-based” system, and that is appealing to Americans in increasingly powerful ways….hence the current conservative awakening that we are experiencing in America.
The #MeToo movement is a huge piece of this American puzzle. As the nation whose entire founding was based on the idea of equality, how could any other conclusion? And while some of the more powerful examples of this movement have come from tense and disturbing moments, the bravery of those involved, to stand up for their equality as the founders of this nation envisioned, should be celebrated.
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A report out of New York featuring surveillance footage of a woman chasing down a man who she says groped her on the subway has begun to make the rounds.
New York resident Chantal Castanon says that while she was heading home on the subway around 2 p.m. on Aug. 31, a stranger suddenly grabbed her “whole buttocks,” prompting her to take immediate action against the alleged groper.
Surveillance footage from multiple locations shows Castanon chasing after a man, who has not been identified, and repeatedly hitting him as he tries to escape.
And because you just have to see this:
Authorities have yet to identify the man in the video, but are hopeful that an acquaintance will give him away.