Why is protester at Women’s March allowed to proudly sexually assault male reporter — and get off scot-free?

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An appalling incident at the Women’s March not only has failed to make endless media headlines, it demonstrated again the blatant hypocrisy of the left.

While liberals have been in a fevered meltdown over teens in MAGA hats and Native Americans, it seems the story of a blatant act of sexual assault caught on camera during the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. has slipped by without much fanfare.

But InfoWars reporter Owen Shroyer has decided to press charges, at least to expose the double standard, after a feminist protester walked up to him while he was conducting on-the-street interviews and grabbed his crotch.

“She just grabbed my d*** – is that sexual assault?” a stunned Shroyer asked the crowd in the video which is nearing one million views.

“Yes,” the liberal protester responded simply, and confirmed again when Shroyer asked her directly if she sexually assaulted him.

“Should you be arrested?” he asked, to which she replied: “Arrest me. There are police officers right here.”

“So look at this!” the reporter then announced to the crowd gathered. “Women have so much privilege that she can sexually assault me and get away with it.”

“If I did that to her, I’d get arrested,” he added.

Not to mention what the left would do, especially since Shroyer was wearing Trump gear like the controversial Make America Great Again hat. Shroyer thanked Jason Howerton who posted the video to Twitter, noting how his connection to InfoWars almost guaranteed no one would report on the incident.

The video got plenty of attention for exposing the hypocrisy, but it seems the mainstream media’s wall-to-wall coverage of the incident has still not materialized.

“Funny how sexual assault is screamed when it’s politically convenient but not when it actually happens,” Shroyer tweeted.

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