NCFM supports CHANG AND SMITH v. KATHARINE SULLIVAN, OFFICE ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, ET AL.
The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is not only unconstitutional, it is one of the worse pieces of legislation ever passed by Congress. It deserves blame for a horrific increase in the misuse of restraining orders which are now given out like Halloween candy, the destruction and disenfranchisement of tens of thousands of wrongly accused men, denying tens of thousands of children the benefit of a loving father in Orwellian family court proceedings, the erosion of due process, driving an untold number of men to suicide, and financing misandrist government and nonprofit agencies, institutions and programs, including supporting radical feminist ideologies.
Three years before President Clinton signed Biden’s VAWA bill into law Erin Pizzey, founder of the first women refuge in the UK, explained in David Thomas’ book Not Guilty: the Case in Defense of Men (1993) the reason the women’s movement resists recognizing abused men:
“There’s a lot of money in hating men, particularly in the United States–millions of dollars. It isn’t a politically good idea to threaten the huge budgets for women’s refuges by saying that some of the women who go into them aren’t total victims. Anyway, the activists aren’t there to help women come to terms with what’s happening in their lives. They’re there to fund their budgets, their conferences, their traveling abroad, and their statements against men” (Thomas, pp. 186-87)
Vice-President Biden takes credit for being the father of VAWA. You can read more about it here, Biden Babble and the Dancing Fool.
On April 19, 2019, in the United State District Court for the District of Columbia, Steve Chang, email@example.com, (302) 930-0998, Gordon Smith, and others filed a comprehensive Federal class action lawsuit against VAWA, which is much needed and long overdue. (#:1:19-cv-01241-TSC). Click here to read the Brief.
There are tens of thousands of men, women, children and families who have had their lives devastated by VAWA and the laws it spawned. If you are one of them, if you’ve been victimized, click here for an easy to understand and complete one page “Personal ‘MeToo’ Statement,” which when completed and submitted as shown, allows you to become a plaintiff and join the Class Action.
Just print it out, sign, mail to the address supplied and you can join the lawsuit!
Contact Steve if you have questions or want additional information.
Steve, Gordon and others have worked diligently over several years and at considerable expense to make sure this lawsuit happens. As said earlier, the lawsuit is long overdue. If you can, please help. More Personal ‘MeToo’ Statements strengthens the case.