Frame-Job of Johnny Depp for Domestic Violence Shows How Justice Works in the Age of #MeToo
Since the #metoo movement started, several high-profile serial predators have been brought to justice, such as doctor Larry Nassar and comedian Bill Cosby. While this is undoubtedly a positive development, the movement has also led to a slew of false accusations from women looking for attention, money, vengeance, or other sinister motives.
While women have made dubious sexual assault accusations against Judge Roy Moore and Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh for political motives, no major public figure is safe from this movement of female avarice. Far-left actor Johnny Depp found this out the hard way amidst a messy divorce with ex-wife Amber Heard.
Heard accused Depp of sexual assault and took her case into the fake news media, where she immediately received sympathy and was painted as a victim.
“Two years ago, I became a public figure representing domestic abuse, and I felt the full force of our culture’s wrath for women who speak out,” she wrote in a Washington Post op/ed in Dec. 2018, crying about how her attempt to take Depp to the cleaners was so hard on her.
Depp maintained his innocence throughout Heard’s public campaign to paint him as an abuser, and now audio recordings back his story up. The Daily Mail obtained the audio this week that essentially vindicates Depp, and indicates that Heard is another grifter enabled by the senseless anti-male hysteria of the #MeToo movement.
“You are f**king killing me. Your f**king people are trying to kill me,” Depp told Heard as he pleaded with her to go to a mediator for their ongoing divorce.
“You’ve turned me into a… my boy goes to school and has kids go, so your f**king dad’s a wife beater?” he added.
She taunted Depp, claiming that a jury would never believe his story that she initiated the violence that occurred during their tumultuous relationship.
“Do you know I’m a 115, well not anymore, but I was a 115lb, almost 115lb woman,” Heard told Depp in the audio recording. “You’re going to get up on the stand, Johnny, and say, she started it? Really?”
Depp has pushed back against Heard in the public eye, even filing a $50 million defamation lawsuit against her for the op/ed that was published and circulated widely by the fake news.
“Ms. Heard is not a victim of domestic abuse; she is a perpetrator,” the lawsuit claims, alleging that Heard created false evidence and phony injury photos for the press.
In another audio recording, Heard admits to slapping Depp in the face.
“I’m sorry that I didn’t, uh, uh, hit you across the face in a proper slap, but I was hitting you, it was not punching you. Babe, you’re not punched,” she told Depp.
Depp can be heard in the audio as a man at his wit’s end, driven to the brink of sanity by the actions of liberated woman on a #metoo power trip.
“I’ve been through the f**king hurt. You’ve been through the f**king hurt. I love you more than anything in life,” Depp told Heard before their marriage officially dissolved.
“I do not want to go into a f**king court with you. I do not want to f**king tarnish your name… I want this to be done peacefully, between us,” he added. “And if you don’t like the way that mediation is going, take me back to court kid. Cause I can’t. ‘This is the last f**king chance Amber. This is it. Once I file those papers we don’t turn around man.”
Depp is just a prominent example of many thousands of men who have been railroaded in recent years due to gynocentric collectivism. Countless lives have been and will continue to be destroyed by a #metoo movement that is waging total war against due process rights and the presumption of innocence for men.