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One of four criminal suspects who were arrested earlier this month for fire-bombing police vehicles in Little Rock back in August has been outed as a far-left activist “reporter” for an Arkansas-based public radio station.
On Dec. 17th, the Department of Justice published a press release announcing the arrest of four suspects: “Brittany Dawn Jeffrey, 31; Emily Nowlin, 27; Renea Goddard, 22; and Aline Espinosa-Villegas, 24; all of Little Rock.”
Three of the four — Nowlin, Goddard and Espinosa-Villegas — allegedly prepared Molotov cocktails at Jeffrey’s home and then threw them into several Little Rock Police Department cruisers during a “protest” on Aug. 25th. They also allegedly punctured the vehicles’ tires.
One of the four, Goddard, has since been outed as Renea Baek Goddard, a radical, far-left “gay rights” and “trans rights” activist who’s worked as a “reporter” for local public radio station KUAR since 2018.
Her LinkedIn profile shows that she graduated from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock last year and is a member of a plethora of far-left activist organizations, including Queer Youth Leading the South, the UALR Gay-Straight Alliance and A.W.A.R.E.
In her LinkedIn page, she describes most of the groups as “intersectional.”
Intersectionality is a bigoted left-wing ideology that attempts to classify people into a hierarchy based on their race, their religion, their gender, their sexuality, etc.
According to its twisted ideology, white people are at the bottom of the hierarchy because they allegedly were always the “oppressors” in history. As such, their viewpoints and demands don’t matter.
Conversely, gay/trans people like Goddard are at the top of the hierarchy and thus must not be criticized or spoken of negatively. As such, anyone who does criticize them is a “homophobe” or “TERF.”
Goddard’s Twitter account profile says that she’s also written for Truthout, Arkansas Public Media and Thought Catalog.
In one article she wrote for the far-left site Truthout last year, she falsely accused President Donald Trump of saying that neo-Nazis are “very nice people.”
She also suggested that white people who take issue with hateful, bigoted anti-white racism are no different than neo-Nazis.
In this regard, she herself seems no different than Sarah Jeong, the notoriously anti-white bigot and misandrist who was hired by The New York Times in 2018 despite a history of hateful, incendiary tweets about white people.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) August 2, 2018
Perhaps Goddard is also seeking a job with the Times — or CNN, for that matter?
In the piece for Truthout, she specifically wrote about a then-recent neo-Nazi rally in Little Rock.
“The man with the swastika tattoo on his neck certainly seemed threatening at the rally. So did the neo-Nazi openly carrying an assault rifle in front of the crowd, and the man who jeeringly called counterprotesters ‘degenerates’ and ‘communists,'” she wrote.
“But what about the Republicans in your class who may have once said something like, ‘Why is it okay to be racist to white people, but it’s not okay when it’s the other way around?’ They almost seem more threatening when you think of so many other seemingly average, otherwise harmless people like them going home and turning on the TV and seeing their repressed, reactionary feelings being legitimized on a trusted, mainstream media outlet like KATV.”
There’s nothing “repressed” or “reactionary” about pointing out that all racism is wrong. Of course, those who subscribe to intersectionality disagree, because in their bigoted view “some animals are more equal than others.”
According to bonafide journalist Andy Ngo — the gay son of Vietnamese immigrants, and a past target of left-wing activists like Goddard — the KUAR “reporter” is also a part-time porn star who boasts an account on the amateur porn website OnlyFans:
Renea Baek Goddard, the social-justice journalist who has been federally charged over a firebombing attack in Little Rock, is also an amateur porn star. She interned for Arkansas Public Media & reported for KUAR. She goes by “Slutty Asian Teen” on OnlyFans despite being 22 y/o. pic.twitter.com/l35WRyUdud
— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) December 26, 2020
She reportedly identifies as “Slutty Asian Teen” on OnlyFans …
It’s not clear whether her employer is aware of her bigoted views, her false reporting, her criminal activities or her porn career.
The other suspects have similarly shady histories.
Jeffrey has previously been arrested for criminal trespassing, disorderly conduct, property theft and contempt of court.
“In addition, Jeffrey has a criminal history unrelated to protests. In 2019, she was convicted of property theft and threatened with contempt of court for failure to pay the related fines,” The Post Millennial notes.
“In 2018, Jeffrey was acquitted of two counts of felony aggravated assault and a separate resisting arrest case was dropped. In 2017, she faced drug paraphernalia and possession charges, but those were ultimately dismissed.”
Espinosa-Villegas, a so-called “transsexual Chilean national,” was arrested during a June 2th “protest,” and Nowlin “was charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct at the June 2 protest for allegedly blocking traffic and refusing to disperse from the road.”
Because of their intersectional beliefs, they appear to believe they’re entitled to behave this way. Perhaps America’s criminal justice system will convince them otherwise.
Goddard’s next hearing is reportedly on Jan. 22th.
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