Here is an asinine theory that the Idaho 4 killer is a woman: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PtJC58gFW8
During the press conference with the police, a reporter (embarrassingly a woman) stands up and asks the cop if the killer "might be female." The cop paused a second, astonished by the weirdness and, well, stupidity of this question. Then he politely said "we are considering all possibilities."
Louisiana Homicide Detective Sergeant McDoofus wot got a podcast went on News Nation to say "it's very likely that it was a female."
What's his evidence for this? Women are jealous and btchy. Seriously, that sums up what he said. He offered no citations, no descriptions of the crime that would imply a female killer, no statistics, just that. These girls were beautiful, so some ugly btch must have showed up and stabbed them to death. Not one stab, mind you, over and over. Oh, and she stabbed one guy for some reason. So, defying all gender stereotypes, we're guessing the killer is female, while retaining the stereotype that young women are bitter and envious to the point of insanity.
Think of what strength it takes to stab 4 adults at peak physical fitness, including an athletic man well over six feet. While they were attacked in their sleep, some did have defensive wounds. Meaning they fought for their lives.
Through the power of suggestion, lots of people are now chiming in in the comments section that they also had a feeling the killer was female. Because women are envious.
There are women that commit murder. Shanquella Robinson was beaten to death by her own friends.* But keep in mind, it was four women against one. It's not that women never kill, but there are physical limitations that no amount of jealousy or "b*tchiness" can overcome. So why don't we find it implausible that the killer was female based on the laws of physics alone?
There are numerous instances of serial killers breaking into college dorms and attacking multiple women at once. All male. The number of times a single woman has broken into a dorm house and done the same thing? Zero. It's not that the chances are zero, but they are minute compared to the probability that a man did this.
I've noticed there's been this desperate drive to believe that males are no more violent than females, even though it's certainly not true. Even to the point of believing that men and women have equal strength. People have always wanted to believe that men are less violent than they are, and that women are more, but for a crime like this, no one ASSumed a female killer. And it's pure clickbait, too. A female killer would make this awful crime even weirder. Zanier. Novel. Interesting. Cool.
People believe this crap because we had "experts" say that men do in fact belong in women's sports, because they have no competitive edge. "The female is deadlier than the male" gynophobia is presented as "REAL feminism." Men's crimes are now being listed in the public record as women's crimes because the perpetrators insisted documents be falsified. These stories make the news and reporters slyly don't put up mugshots.
People don't understand radical feminism. We have never said that our bodies are the same as men's. We have never said that we are identical to men in terms of violence. We have always said the opposite, really. While we do believe gender stereotypes are just stereotypes, extreme male violence is not a stereotype. We know how it works. We also know that to commit such violence takes a certain amount of physical strength that even evil women don't usually have. It's not just about the psychology of such a criminal. A man could have the full, operating brain of a serial killer. But if he's in a wheelchair with limited use of one arm, his fantasies have to stay fantasies.
Our bodies are not constructs.
This homicide detective knows that. But his resentment of women creeped out in this opportunity to plug his podcast. And the handmaid reporter didn't push back on him.
I do believe this is an interesting side effect of trans ideology becoming so pervasive- people now think that our bodies are inherently meaningless. They think our bodies are not a powerful factor in shaping our lives.
That's just not true. There's a plausible theory that the reason why Neanderthals died out was because their clans were too small to really advance. While it seems they were every bit as intelligent as homo sapiens, there just wasn't a lot of time to be creative since it was all hands on deck at all times. Why were their clans so small? Neanderthals had very high caloric needs. 85% of their diet was meat. Meat is harder to acquire and is more scarce than plants. An omnivorous diet is enormously helpful when there's little meat to be found. This small difference had huge ramifications.
People don't understand what a social construct is. They don't understand how your body is not separate from your life. TRAs have made this level of stupidity that much worse.
So yes I do think it's ridiculous to assume the Idaho 4 killer is female. If it is, it would be astonishing because it is so rare. It's not unreasonable at all to believe the killer is male unless there's some really incredible evidence. The only reason why you would believe, based on fucking nothing, that the killer was female? You want to believe it. You feel that negatively about women that you are in a fantasy land.
We need to stop with this bullshit.
***There is an internet rumor that either one or two of Shanquella Robinson's killers are TIMs. This turned out to be untrue, and at least one photo of one of the killers is fake.