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MRA Provocateur Janet “JudgyBitch” Bloomfield Also Threatening to Kill People. Again.

Janet Bloomfield/Andrea Hardie
Janet Bloomfield/Andrea Hardie

Men’s Rights provocateur and bow-hunting enthusiast Janet Bloomfield — a.k.a. JudgyBitch — has not been shy about sharing her fantasies of violent retribution against feminists.

Several months ago, you may recall, she begged her Patreon supporters to send her $800 so she could buy a “beautiful angel of death crossbow with which she could, as she giddily explained, “shoot … feminists in the face” if they showed up at her door.

Today, inspired by her colleague Jack Barnes’ threats against me, Bloomfield has reiterated her desire to shoot her enemies dead. In a post on her blog, archived here, she writes

I will kill anyone threatening me or my family. There are no ‘ifs’.

Show up on my doorstep, and … I will take you down with lethal intent. If you survive it will only be because my aim was off, and we have excellent medical care. Think it through, brave warriors.

In this and in her other comments, Bloomfield — a Canadian stay-at-home mother whose real name is Andrea Hardie, as she noted in a recent fundraising appeal — is careful to frame her murderous fantasies as acts she would take in self-defense. Whether or not it is legal for her to shoot someone who rings her doorbell in the face with a crossbow I will leave up to experts in Canadian law.

But she also seems to imply that she would be justified in targeting anyone she thinks is threatening her, whether or not they pose an actual physical threat.

At one point, she appears to imply that doxing itself would be enough to justify murder.

Doxing Jack’s daughter is crossing a line, but rest assured that line is there, and I am willing to defend it, with every ounce of my being.

I suspect this will get worse before it gets better, and I promise every brave SJW I can make it far worse than they can even imagine.

And I will.

Threaten me, or my family, and you’re dead.

She also seems to think that whoever launched an alleged letter-writing campaign against her family might deserve death as well. Immediately after one of her announcements of her murderous intentions, Hardie/Bloomfield writes this:

This is perhaps a good time to remind Futrelle and his various psychotic minions, who have recently been engaged in a campaign against me and my family, that the FBI has taken notice, and a process is in motion that has absolutely nothing to do with me. … I cannot discuss any specifics of what went down (at this point in time), and indeed, there are aspects of the case that I don’t even know about, but I will assure Futrelle and his minions that the involvement of the FBI in this matter permits me to easily meet the ‘reasonable person’ standard of self-defence in Canada to justify the use of lethal force.

I’m pretty sure the fact that the FBI is (allegedly) investigating someone does not mean that you have the right to murder that someone with a crossbow. I’m also pretty sure I don’t have any “psychotic minions” or indeed any minions at all.

It’s not quite clear what the alleged “campaign” against her or her family allegedly consisted of, though somehow she thinks I am in the thick of it.

Using private email, I informed Futrelle about the campaign against me and my family, the involvement of the FBI and the use of his name. Should Futrelle be foolish enough to deny that, I will publish those emails.

Really? I’ll save you the trouble. Here are two of the three emails in question:

bloomfieldemail

I have redacted the name of the person Hardie/Bloomfield thinks was responsible for the letter-writing campaign, as well as the name of Hardie/Bloomfield’s husband.

She sent a followup note with a few more details about the alleged letter-writing campaign; since she says now that she “cannot discuss any specifics of what went down” I won’t post that email.

I did not respond to that followup note, as I generally try to keep my interactions with bow-hunting enthusiasts who hate me to a minimum.

In case there is any doubt: if someone wrote threatening letters to Hardie/Bloomfield and/or her family, that’s sleazy and disgusting and wrong. But I have no idea what happened, if anything actually did, much less who might have been involved.

Given Hardie/Bloomfield’s long track record of deliberate deception, I don’t exactly put much stock in any of her claims about anything. At this point, if she told me the sky was blue I would have to get confirmation of that from someone else before I believed it.

I should add that Hardie/Bloomfield’s alleged outrage about the doxing of her A Voice for Men colleague Jack Barnes rings a bit hollow, given that she has been an enthusiastic doxer herself, at one point proudly revealing the identities of several until-then-unknown women vaguely connected to a woman AVFM was targeting for harassment. She has also posted childhood photos of me and my siblings on her blog, apparently pilfered from one of my family members’ Facebook pages, a weird bit of boundary crossing presumably intended to unsettle me.

I can only hope for everyone’s sake that Hardie/Bloomfield’s murderous fantasies remain just that, fantasies.

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CCD
CCD
6 years ago

I’m Canadian, and I’m pretty sure that reasonable force is justified based on imminent danger… not whether or not someone has stepped onto your property, or the FBI are supposedly investigating them (which I highly doubt). We don’t have strange, controversial laws which permit excessive violence like parts of the USA do. If she killed someone for showing up on her doorstep, she’d probably get charged with murder, and I’m betting in the first degree, because of the evidence of premeditation to shoot SOMEONE at her door, even if it’s not a specific person. I’m no lawyer, but that’s my take.

Kat
Kat
6 years ago

@Argenti Aertheri

Kat! I figured it out! It’s the cats! They’ve been quietly controlling us for years, get us to do their bidding without realizing it wasn’t our own idea, and have conversations with each other that we can’t understand!

You might be onto something. My cats have intense psychic conversations with each other during which they glare a lot. But with me, they’re all, “Good morning, Mom! Don’t you look lovely today. I do believe you’re wearing new socks. Might I inquire when breakfast will be served?”

Luzbelitx
6 years ago

And one of them is always named Kowalski.

Even works in Penguins!

http://i.ytimg.com/vi/krF4Iq8hGT4/maxresdefault.jpg

Luzbelitx
6 years ago

Cats literally, albeit indirectly, can control brains!

ALL HAIL TOXOPLASM!

Heinz D
Heinz D
6 years ago

Mrex: ‘I know, right? It’s a lot like how the NRA tries to convince women that carrying around a pistol in their purse will protect against date rape. Unless a rapist is announcing that he’s going to rape them from many feet away, he’s not going to give them time to get their purse, pull the gun, and point it at him.’

You have to remember that, according to these people, date rape doesn’t happen and rapists look obviously rapey.

Luzbelitx
6 years ago

@Heinz & mrex

And of course they totally won’t blame the woman if she has a gun and does not get to use it to defend herself, right?

… right?

sunnysombrera
6 years ago

@Heinz
Yup. Also marital rape doesn’t exist, nor rape in the case of agreeing to have sex, but not agreeing to a particular sex act that is forced upon her. The kind of rapey douche that says ” asking for consent ruins the mood!” doesn’t seem to consider that having a Glock under the pillow (you know, in case he tries something he doesn’t have permission for) would be a much more effective “mood killer” than him making sure she’s into it in the first place. Fucking douchebags.

Luzbelitx
6 years ago

@sunny

I love the way you think.

Latte Cat
Latte Cat
6 years ago

This woman has something wrong with her. Pathological liar, fantasising about killing people (in detail), being a hypocrite to such an extent that “blatant” would be an understatement…..seriously, no one should give her the time of day (apart from her AVFM buddies perhaps). She clearly likes the attention, even if it’s negative.

Lydia
Lydia
6 years ago

I don’t think the FBI has any jurisdiction here in Canada.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
6 years ago

@ Ian

Cheers for that

Yeah here in England it’s completely subjective. So the belief doesn’t have to be reasonable.

Although that’s now changed for the civil law position.

So you can’t be prosecuted for letting loose with your crossbow but you can now be sued.

Virtually Out of Touch
Virtually Out of Touch
6 years ago

“Show up on my doorstep, and … I will take you down with lethal intent. If you survive it will only be because my aim was off, and we have excellent medical care. ”

– I’m confused. What does her having excellent medicare have to do with it?

“In this and in her other comments, Bloomfield — a Canadian stay-at-home mother whose real name is Andrea Hardie”

– Interesting. She does look like a “Janet” though. And she claimed to be an American living in the UK, right?

Virtually Out of Touch
Virtually Out of Touch
6 years ago

Heinz D | November 13, 2015 at 8:51 am

Mrex: ‘I know, right? It’s a lot like how the NRA tries to convince women that carrying around a pistol in their purse will protect against date rape. Unless a rapist is announcing that he’s going to rape them from many feet away, he’s not going to give them time to get their purse, pull the gun, and point it at him.’

You have to remember that, according to these people, date rape doesn’t happen and rapists look obviously rapey.
Luzbelitx | November 13, 2015 at 9:57 am

@Heinz & mrex

And of course they totally won’t blame the woman if she has a gun and does not get to use it to defend herself, right?

… right?
sunnysombrera | November 13, 2015 at 10:07 am

@Heinz
Yup. Also marital rape doesn’t exist, nor rape in the case of agreeing to have sex, but not agreeing to a particular sex act that is forced upon her. The kind of rapey douche that says ” asking for consent ruins the mood!” doesn’t seem to consider that having a Glock under the pillow (you know, in case he tries something he doesn’t have permission for) would be a much more effective “mood killer” than him making sure she’s into it in the first place. Fucking douchebags.
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The “game” sect of the Manosphere constantly talks about “choking”. I almost to troll-date one of these guys so I can get him booked on “attempted murder”.

Virtually Out of Touch
Virtually Out of Touch
6 years ago

“I can only hope for everyone’s sake that Hardie/Bloomfield’s murderous fantasies remain just that, fantasies.”

She admitted on her own site that she blogs drunk half the time.

Anisky
Anisky
6 years ago

“I can only hope for everyone’s sake that Hardie/Bloomfield’s murderous fantasies remain just that, fantasies.”

She admitted on her own site that she blogs drunk half the time.

Half the time? How often does she post on her blog? That’s an awful lot of the time to be drunk, isn’t it? Especially with young children to look after. :-/

Definitely hope that’s an exaggeration! Or that she doesn’t blog as often as I think.

Adeline
Adeline
6 years ago

This whole blog is awesome, that [stuff deleted] and I love your writing. Seriously. Plus, cats.

yo momma
yo momma
6 years ago

you’re both idiots and should just piss each other in the eye…

Captain TinBell
Captain TinBell
6 years ago

Please pardon the lateness of this post. I am not familiar with the back and forth between you and this woman. However, from reading your column, a person would ascertain that Janet feels threatened and unsafe because of something written or spoken to her. Either by you or others with whom you have professional/political/personal involvement. As such, Janet feels the need to issue a warning to all parties.

It is easy to understand why she would make such statements. Especially if written out verbal threats have been made or are being made.

isidore13
isidore13
6 years ago

that Janet feels threatened and unsafe because of something written or spoken to her.

Allegedly – this woman is a self-confessed liar.

Either by you or others with whom you have professional/political/personal involvement.

So she thinks, but proof of David’s involvement isn’t offered.

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