Soooo many tv commentators asking the rhetorical question, "what did we expect to see" in the Ray Rice video? Her slipping and falling and getting knocked out?
And somehow they are ignoring the obvious, and true answer:
All evidence pointed to a Solange - Jay Z type interaction in the elevator, where Ray Rice hit his wife to stop her asault on him.
Here's why that makes sense:
-he was not charged a felony or given jail time in a plea bargain
-the NFL told us that they reviewed all the evidence and suspended him only 2 games
-the woman apologized "for her role"
-she married him, and her family supported him
-everyone involved refuse to describe the scene inside
and one of the biggest reasons:
-it's politically incorrect to hold women accountable for their violent behavior towards men
We all thought that Janae was mad at Ray Rice for some reason, attacked him in the elevator, he, in a flash of anger hit her to stop, she fell back and hit her head on an elevator bannister, and was knocked out.
The media is ruling this scenario out because they think:
There's never a reason to hit a woman
So they now act befuddled why the video changes everything!
Because we saw that Ray Rice wasn't defending himself.
Ray Rice was the aggressor. He was a bully. He was an abuser.
If this was a Solange situation, the media is claiming he'd STILL be the aggressor, bully, and abuser. And that is the rub. That is ridiculous. That is a dangerous idea for women and society.
Women are 100% responsible for their behavior. If they attack, they need to be ready to be attacked.
They shouldn't attack.
They of course shouldn't be attacked.
This is a rare time where most reasonable people agree on things:
Ray Rice deserves to be out of the NFL and in jail.
But the media still is promoting PC bs.
If she had attacked him, Ray Rice would have only deserved the 2 game suspension, if that.
The games would be for his behavior after the incident.
If women are equal, then they must accept responsibility for their actions.
Ray Rice is equal, and he has no choice but to deal with the consequences.