The Left Doesn’t Care That Top Speaker at Women’s March Once Kidnapped, Tortured, Sodomized and Killed 62 Year Old Gay Man
They believe she is qualified to talk about human rights.
If you were to have asked any of the participants of the Women’s March dressed as vaginas what they were protesting they would’ve said Donald Trump for once uttering the P-word. But what if you’re a strong women’s advocate who once, a long time ago, kidnapped, tortured, and murdered a gay man? Why, then you’re invited to be a featured speaker, of course.
Such is the case with Donna Hylton, whose grotesque crime as a 20-year-old was detailed by The Daily Caller:
Hylton, along with three men and three other women, kidnapped 62-year-old real-estate broker Thomas Vigliarolo and held him for ransom, before eventually killing him. As noted in a 1995 Psychology Today article, when asked about forcibly sodomizing the victim with a three foot steel pole, one of Hylton’s accomplices replied: “He was a homo anyway.”
Speaking about Hylton, New York City Detective William Spurling told Psychology Today: “I couldn’t believe this girl who was so intelligent and nice-looking could be so unemotional about what she was telling me she and her friends had done. They’d squeezed the victim’s testicles with a pair of pliers, beat him, burned him.”
According to that same article, Hylton delivered a ransom note to a friend of Vigliarolo’s asking for more than $400,000, even though the victim was already dead by that point. A 1985 article in The New York Times, which misspelled Donna’s last name as “Hilton,” put the ransom demand at $435,000. For her participation in the murder, according to Psychology Today, Hylton was sentenced to 25 years in prison.
Apparently, those are forgivable sins, locker room talk isn’t. And because of that, Hylton, an activist for criminal justice reform, enjoys prominence at the Women’s March website along with Michael Moore, Gloria Steinem, CNN’s Van Jones, and Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards; all stalwarts of the Left’s selective human rights campaigns.