The Murder Of Mollie Tibbetts: A Perfect Storm
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Earlier: Mollie Tibbetts's Killer Got The Change Of Venue White Men Can't Get, Is Convicted Anyway

There are 22 mentions of the murder of Mollie Tibbetts on  It happened in 2018, but it's a perfect illustration of the kind of typical Latino crime that caused then-Candidate Donald Trump to say, when announcing for President and promising to fight illegal immigration.

They are sending people that have lots of problems, and they are bringing those problems to us. They are bringing drugs and they are bringing crime, and they’re rapists

Both Mexico and Central America are much more rapey than the United States, and almost everywhere in the US is more rapey than Iowa, but some people in Iowa's farm country have decided they need cheap Mollie Tibbetts died.

In  2018, she just vanished while jogging, and was missing for weeks:

James Kirkpatrick:

The Mollie Tibbetts case has been fascinating the media for weeks. She is a young girl who went missing in Iowa, seemingly without a trace. The FBI, the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation and other law enforcement bodies have all been searching for her. There was even a fund of $400,000 established for her return.

It appears the mystery may have been solved. A man has been charged in the murder of Tibbetts—and it is an illegal immigrant....

Illegal immigrant, 24, charged with murdering Mollie Tibbetts after he admits chasing her down, ‘blacking out and attacking her; then dumping her body in a cornfield, by Jennifer Smith, Hannah Parry, and Ben Ashford, Daily Mail, August 21, 2018

Steve Sailer reacted to the story below by titling his post: Mollie Tibbetts Case: Finally, a Becky Gets What's Coming to Her for Threatening to Call the Cops on a PoC

Officials pulled him in for questioning Monday where he admitted “making contact with a female running in Brooklyn [Iowa, not NY]” and that he pursued her to an area east of town in Poweshiek County, according to the criminal complaint.

Rivera told officials he exited his vehicles and started “running behind her and alongside her,” according to the criminal complaint. Tibbetts then grabbed her phone and told him she was going to call the police, according to the criminal complaint.

He then told officials that he “got mad”

Steve: wrote: "And who wouldn’t, what with all the stories in the news lately about “BBQ Becky” and “Permit Patty” calling the authorities on PoCs?"

and panicked and blocked his memory, which happens when “he gets very upset,” according to the criminal complaint….

He then realized he had earpieces in his lap, which made him realize that Tibbetts was in the trunk …

Mollie Tibbetts case: Undocumented immigrant charged with murder

Updated 6:33 p.m. CT Aug. 21, 2018

Steve again: "Don’t you just hate it when you notice there’s a human being in your trunk and you can’t remember why? It’s like a scene from Memento or The Hangover."

Mollie Tibbett's father is some kind of anti-racist immigration enthusiast whose feelings were unaffected by his daugher being murdered by a Hispanic illegal.

Anonymous Attorney commented:

'She was nobody's victim': Mollie Tibbetts' brave father delivers touching eulogy and even thanks the local Hispanic community, while her brother lauds the 20-year-old student for trying to fight off Mexican suspect accused of killing her, Daily Mail, August 27, 2018

This one reminds me of the reaction of Amy Biehl’s parents to the murder of their daughter by a black South African—which was to go all grovelly before the ethnic group that spawned her killer.

It makes me sick.  At some point, a healthy morality dictates that you feel anger, not just sadness.

Peter Brimelow also commented:

The idea that Hispanic illegals have the same values as Iowans is crazy. Ellen Packer wrote here

Mollie Tibbetts’s Murderer NOT An Outlier: Homicide Rates In Mexico, Central America Among Highest On Planet

John Derbyshire called it A Perfect Storm In Iowa, and checked off "Ten Points About Mollie Tibbetts Murder ", all of which are included below:

  1. Sanctuary cities and counties. Until July 1st this year — two weeks before Ms Tibbetts set off on her last jog — the town of Brooklyn, Iowa, where she was staying, was surrounded by sanctuary cities and counties. Then on July 1st the Iowa state legislature passed a bill revoking state funding from sanctuary jurisdictions.
  2. Identity theft. Bahena-Rivera "used a fake or stolen photo ID and provided a fraudulent Social Security card" to get a job at a dairy farm.
  3. Need for compulsory E-Verify. The dairy farm admits they did not use E-Verify to check Bahena-Rivera's eligibility for legal employment.
  4. Media reluctance to say "illegal alien." The New York Times originally described Bahena-Rivera as, quote, "a 24-year-old resident of rural Poweshiek County." They later updated the descriptor to, quote, "a 24-year-old undocumented immigrant."
  5. The anchor baby scam. Bahena-Rivera has had a child by one of Mollie Tibbetts' former classmates. Since this child was born in the U.S.A. it is, by the current insane interpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment, a U.S. citizen.
  6. Family separation. The arrest and charging of Bahena-Rivera has of course caused him to be separated from his child. If found guilty, he will likely be separated from his child for many years. Meanwhile Mollie Tibbetts has of course, as our President and others have pointed out, been separated from her family permanently.
  7. DACA. Cristhian Bahena-Rivera is given in the news reports as being 24 years old. He has been in this country for "four to seven years," we are told. That means he was likely a minor when he arrived. He's a Dreamer! — and eligible for DACA relief from deportation. There does not, however, seem to be any evidence he applied for DACA relief.
  8. Complicity of the Republican Party in keeping borders open to please donors seeking cheap labor. The farm where Bahena-Rivera worked is owned by relatives of Craig Lang, former president of both the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation and the Iowa Board of Regents and a 2018 Republican candidate for Iowa state secretary of agriculture.
  9. Low-IQ media nitwits miss the point. Affirmative action hire Symone Sanders at CNN blames toxic masculinity. Actual quote: "Her murderer happens to be undocumented. This isn't about border security. This is about toxic masculinity. Mollie Tibbetts lost her life because a man couldn't take her saying no. Full stop." End quote.
  10. White ethomasochism. Mollie Tibbetts, who so far as I can ascertain was entirely white, tweeted on December 12th last that, tweet: "I hate white people." This was not meant ironically and was not anomalous: from her full Twitter feed it's plain that Ms Tibbetts was fully invested in the CultMarx attitudes and diction that are the default for 20-year-old college students, and that help to prevent us doing anything effectual about illegal immigration.

The NYT, while fond of NOT reporting when an illegal immigrant kills someone, did a piece about women being harassed, and sometimes murdered while jogging, by men. See Steve Sailer's NYT: Here's How to Politicize the Murder of Mollie Tibbetts—"Running While Female".

When burglary suspect Ahmaud Arbery tried to grab a shotgun from one of the citizens who were trying to arrest him, and got killed, he was referred to in the pro-black suspect press, both liberal and cuckservative, as a "Jogger".

We pointed out that many white men and women had been beaten, raped, and even murdered when they went jogging near blacks and other minorities. Mollie Tibbetts was one of those. See Joe Biden Wants To Talk About Black “Jogger” Ahmaud Arbery—Why Won’t He Talk About These Raped/Murdered White Joggers?

There's a tributed to Mollie Tibbetts on, but no gravestone photo, since she was cremated, not buried.

Let her name not be forgotten.

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