Gaines gained notoriety for speaking out against the transgender takeover of women's sports by biological males like Lia Thomas. (Related: Last summer, Gaines called for transgender swimmer Lia Thomas to have "her" medals stripped.)
Because Gaines believes that only females are women, she is widely hated by the Cult of LGBT, which cornered her after the event at SFSU for around three hours while chanting mindless tropes like "trans rights are human rights" and "trans women are women."
Video footage shared to social media shows an angry mob of trans and trans-supporting lunatics trying to violently assault Gaines, who says she was "ambushed and physically hit" during the melee.
The situation got so bad that Gaines had to be escorted off campus by police officers for her own safety.
Bremer, in defense of Gaines, said to Fox News Digital that "any students who were violent" need to be expelled. And any staff member "who did not attempt to end the assault" needs to be fired immediately.
"Riley Gaines, the leading defender of women's rights in America, was physically assaulted last night at San Francisco State University (SFSU)," Bremer said. "The violent mob effectively held her hostage for three hours with no apparent action by the university to end the assault."
"Violence and threats against women are always wrong, and we demand SFSU expel any students who were violent. Furthermore, we demand that any staff who were present who did not attempt to end the assault on Riley also be fired."
Gaines is also said to be "evaluating all legal options" in response to what she endured at the far-left campus, which left her in an unsafe position in which she could have incurred injuries or worse.
"Additionally, Riley is in the process of securing legal counsel and is currently evaluating all legal options related to this incident," Bremer explained.
"We have not ruled out any action against SFSU over this incident nor have we ruled out taking action against the individuals who assaulted Riley. Assaults against women cannot and will not be tolerated."
Louis Barker, Gaines' husband, also spoke out in defense of his wife, noting that the 12-time All American collegiate athlete was struck "multiple times by a guy in a dress" while she waited for a chance to escape the violent campus.
"The prisoners are running the asylum at SFSU," Gaines tweeted, along with a video – watch below.
"I was ambushed and physically hit twice by a man. This is proof that women need sex-protected spaces ... Still only further assures me I'm doing something right. When they want you silent, speak louder."
The prisoners are running the asylum at SFSU...I was ambushed and physically hit twice by a man. This is proof that women need sex-protected spaces.
Still only further assures me I'm doing something right. When they want you silent, speak louder. ?? pic.twitter.com/uJW3x9RERf
— Riley Gaines (@Riley_Gaines_) April 7, 2023
In response to the incident, the University Police Department (UPD) at SFSU issued a statement claiming that it is currently "conducting an ongoing investigation into the situation," and that there have been "no arrests related to the event."
"The disruption occurred after the conclusion of the event which made it necessary for UPD officers to move the event speaker from the room to a different, safe location," UPD further said.
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