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Susan Rice’s Son Allegedly Assaulted at Stanford for Supporting Kavanaugh

Some Democrats, like Rice's former colleague Attorney General Eric Holder, have suggested that when Republicans go low Democrats should "kick" them.

By NTK Staff | 10.12.2018 @9:30am
Susan Rice’s Son Allegedly Assaulted at Stanford for Supporting Kavanaugh

John Rice-Cameron, the son of former President Obama’s national security advisor Susan Rice, is alleging that another student at Stanford assaulted him on campus for supporting President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

Susan Rice made headlines last week after suggesting she would challenge Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME), who was the decisive vote in Kavanaugh’s confirmation, in a 2020 race.

Susan Rice’s son, John Rice-Cameron, is the president of the Stanford College Republicans, and reportedly a vocal supporter of President Trump.

According to The Mercury News:

“John Rice-Cameron, the president of the Stanford College Republicans, is pressing charges against another student who he says shoved him in the chest Tuesday while he was displaying support for Kavanaugh on campus.”

“The student he accused, sophomore Melissa Hernandez, was given a citation for misdemeanor battery after interviews with witnesses, Stanford Department of Public Safety spokesman Bill Larson said.”

The Stanford College Republicans said that the incident was an example of “the violent and totalitarian behavior of the unhinged Stanford left,” in a statement on Facebook.

“Our President is pressing full charges against Hernandez. Violence is completely unacceptable, and we will not allow anyone to get away with it,” the statement continued.

It will be up to the Santa Clara County district attorney’s office to determine whether charges will be brought against Hernandez.

Democrats like Rice’s former colleague Attorney General Eric Holder have used extreme rhetoric in recent weeks, with Holder suggesting Democrats should “kick” Republicans when Republicans go “low.”

It’s not clear how Susan Rice feels about such rhetoric, or how she would address it should she run in 2020.

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