WARNING: Readers may find some details offensive.
IN OUR latest episode of the ‘media are liars and should be ignored’, we give you the one about the ‘woman who exposed her penis’. Yes, you read that right. According to LBC and others we are to accept that ‘Chloe Thompson, 42, of Middlesbrough, lifted her skirt and exposed herself three times in one day in August last year. Teesside Crown Court heard Thompson was caught in a back alley, using a sex toy attached to a wheelie bin on August 13 last year. A couple shouted at her and she ran away. On the same day, she exposed herself on Cromer Street, where she lived at the time of the offences, and thrust her hips into a fence.’ Metro takes up the story: ‘Once she was inside her house, she exposed her bum and thrust against her window – which three children saw as they were in a car driving past.’
Here we go again – the mainstream media trying to get us to accept that a fully equipped man is really a woman and can expose ‘her’ penis to children and others. This is a lie, a monstrous inversion of reality.
The truth is that this man is a former soldier and convicted sex offender. The defendant’s real identity is Andrew McNab, and he has 17 convictions for 22 offences.
Previously McNab had been put on the sex offender register and made subject to notification requirements in 2011 for sexually assaulting an underage girl. This notification requirement was for ten years. However, in breach of this requirement McNab opened a TikTok account without informing the police.
According to Metro (which ran the ridiculous ‘she exposed her penis’ headline) it was at this point the authorities discovered McNab had changed his name by deed poll. McNab was then handed a suspended sentence for breaching the notification order, namely opening the TikTok account.
A suspended sentence is where the judge gives you a custodial sentence but puts it in abeyance for a specified period. If you do not reoffend during this time you avoid jail; if you do reoffend you should serve the time suspended and you could get another custodial sentence.
It was in breach of this suspended custodial sentence that our sex offender with 17 convictions for 22 offences exposed himself in various ways to the public, including children.
Andrew McNab pleaded guilty to these crimes, which should, in a normal world, have triggered the suspended sentence sending him straight to jail. But we don’t live in a normal world. We live in a world where some person called Chloe Thompson pleaded guilty to these crimes.
This is what Judge Stephen Carroll had to say. He stressed the ‘unpleasantness’ of the crimes meant a custodial sentence was ‘inevitable’. But hang on there, all is not lost. Chloe, being trans, has had a tough time of it and the judge wants to see if he can suspend the sentence that should be given for breaching a previous suspended sentence. Judge: ‘The only thing I need to find out is whether it could be suspended, given the challenges you faced at the time,’ he said. (My emphasis, with eye-rolling emoji.)
And those challenges are being ‘transgender’. So, the judge might suspend again a custodial sentence that this convicted child molester should be given for breaching an original suspended sentence for getting on TikTok, which he should not have done, and was no doubt done in order to access girls to abuse which he was already convicted of doing.
Confusing, dear reader? I think that’s the point – to confuse us all so much that we don’t realise that you have to work really hard to get a jail sentence these days. Unless you tweet something ‘offensive’.
In addition, dear reader, you must remember to give Andrew McNab the appropriate respect and courtesy he is due when he is pretending to be a woman and exposing himself to your children.
The judge again: ‘You are entitled to appropriate respect and courtesy and assistance in facing the challenges ahead of you but that respect goes both ways. Other people living their lives are entitled to courtesy and respect.’
There you go, dear reader. If you don’t go along with this charade, this monstrous lie that this convicted child abuser is a woman, you are not being respectful. I suspect you will be accused of being hateful. You may even be the one with the mental illness and suffering from ‘transphobia’ which is a fear of trans people. It seems to me that in the case of Andrew McNab, repeat offender and child abuser, most right-thinking people should be in fear of him. That means you are sensible. But to the establishment – media and legal – you are a ‘hater.’
So, let me break it down for you, again, as to what really happened here. This case is not about one man and his unhealthy relationship with a wheelie bin or arse thrusting in a window. If that was all it was we could laugh it off.
This is much more serious. This is about the real misinformation campaign. This is about assaulting the public with ridiculous ideas that men can become women while they abuse your kids.
Andrew McNab opened a TikTok account (to access other girls no doubt) and changed his name by deed poll to Chloe Thompson, which our brain-dead media call him. Again, I will let you speculate as to why McNab might do this but I think it would make it easier to avoid detection when you next sexually assault someone. McNab receives a suspended sentence for breaching this notification requirement that was designed to ‘protect the public’.
Instead McNab exposes himself in various unpleasant ways. He pleads guilty so the suspended sentence should be triggered immediately. But no, the judge will now look into whether another suspended sentence can be given because McNab is now transgender and claiming he will have a difficult time in the clink.
The judge said he wanted to first investigate if ‘structures can be in place to protect the public from such behaviour’ if he decided to suspend Thompson’s jail sentence, even though he has already demonstrated that he will breach any ‘structure’. Thompson was granted bail before being sentenced on April 26.
Do I need to say more? If you tweet to somebody and use pronouns that they do not like, you could get jail time. But if you sexually assault underage girls and expose yourself to children, it’s all ‘well now, let’s see what we can do to help you avoid jail time, you poor dear’.
What’s more, you will not see this reported by any of our mainstream media. I had to cobble it together using two misleading media reports. What a disgrace they are.