The good news just keeps on coming. Indictments are coming. Swamp is draining. Judges are dropping the charade.
The Antifa activist and middle school teacher Yvette Felarca organized the Berkeley protests against conservatives last year gave a brutal reality check after a court in California has ordered her to pay $11,000 after she filed a frivolous restraining order against former Berkeley College Republicans President Troy Worden in 2017.
“He asked me if he could take a selfie with me, which I agreed to. Right after taking the picture, as I stepped away from him, he suddenly reached out his hand to try (to) touch my face. He had a hard, chilling, menacing expression,” Felarca said in the filing.
Worden’s attorney claimed that Felarca made up two false accusations of harassment against him, using the two incidents in which Worden made eye contact with her on campus as a basis for the restraining order. So, after that order was thrown out, Worden sued her for damages and attorney fees, citing her malicious tactics.
And on Wednesday, the California court has ordered Felarca to pay a $11,000 fine for filing a frivolous lawsuit. The funds will go directly to covering Worden’s attorney fees. In a press release, attorney Harmeet Dhillon suggested that the fine signals that Antifa can’t use the courts to silence their political opponents.
She said: “Felarca and her fellow travelers in BAMN [By Any Means Necessary]/Antifa need to learn that the California courts are not their personal plaything to use and abuse at will by filing baseless and vexatious lawsuits.”
Dhillon mentioned that Felarca has brought unnecessary lawsuits to the court system twice in the past two months. “This marks the second time in two months that Felarca and her lawyers have been ordered by an area court to pay the attorney fees of their opponents for filing legally and factually unsupported claims in court,” Dhillon added.
“True victims of harassment/stalking/assault need the courts to be available to them as a priority, not clogged with fabricated claims pursued in bad faith”, is having to pay the price for her underhanded harassment of a conservative student at the university.
Felarca must go. She needs to be doing long-term hard time for her lawlessness in trying to stifle the free speech rights of those with whom she disagrees. It is inappropriate for her to indoctrinate children with her toxic ideology.
Hopefully, our schools will get back to Educate rather than Indoctrinate. This woman is a pathetic example of our good teachers.
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