This leftist university gave Riley Gaines’ attackers a pass

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Universities are quick to punish conservatives for not being woke, but fully indoctrinated students get a pass.

Universities love to always claim that they want to make women feel safe from violence unless they are conservatives.

The leftists who attacked swimmer Riley Gaines were just given a pass by this leftist University.

San Francisco State University does nothing after violent attack

Former NCAA swimmer and women’s sports activist Riley Gaines was attacked and taken hostage at San Francisco State University in April 2023 after speaking about her experience in her senior year of college when she was forced to compete against trans/male swimmer Lia Thomas.

After her speech, Gaines faced a mob of violent protestors who stormed into the room, turned off the lights, and rushed to the podium where she was standing before assaulting her and holding her hostage. 

Gaines was barricaded in a room where she was hit multiple times, even while she was supposed to be under police protection.

Speaking with Fox News Digital, Gaines said that she followed up with the San Francisco State University Police Department last month to find out the status of the investigation.

In an email sent to the police, Gaines wrote, “Can you please let me know if you have completed your investigation? I wondered if you can share with me any conclusions you have reached regarding your investigation and whether any charges will be filed against the individuals who sought to threaten, intimidate and harm me? Is there a timetable concerning this matter? Is there any additional information you need from me?”

An officer replied via an email dated February 2, writing, “After a thorough investigation, the alleged charges in this case are unfounded and have been suspended pending further lead.”

According to the officer, the department sent emails to Gaines in June and July 2023 to get a “case follow-up” but they were “unanswered.”

The officer did request that Gaines send “any photos and/or videos you may have in your possession as well as the contact information for anyone who was present that may have digital evidence. Please do so and the case may be further investigated.”

However, Gaines told Fox News Digital that after the incident in April, she talked to campus police for several hours and also provided them with an official statement.

“We talked for multiple hours. I told them over and over and over and over and over again what had happened, which, all the while, both of the officers that I was talking to were there, so it is not like they didn’t know what happened,” she said.

No footage provided

According to Gaines, one of the officers who was present during the incident is the one who sent the email telling her the investigation was suspended.

She also said campus police promised to give her security footage to review by the beginning of July, but it was never provided.

Gaines mentioned that a female officer, whom she says is the same officer who notified her about the investigation’s suspension, approached her and tried to remove her from the location.

The officer took her to a back room where she was barricaded and held hostage for over four hours, while the protestors negotiated a price she had to pay each of them for her to leave.

Eventually, the San Francisco Police arrived at the scene, and Gaines was able to escape safely.

But now, the suspension of the investigation “just encourages what happened to me to happen to other people because the precedent has now been set. We don’t see this happening to liberal speakers or to anyone with a dissenting viewpoint to that of my own,” she said. 

Informed American will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.