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#1 User is offline   grimreefer 

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Posted 21 April 2019 - 09:47 PM

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George Mason University To Protesters: Brett Kavanaugh WILL Teach Here, Sorry

The Daily Wire
By Emily Zanotti
April 21, 2019

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George Mason University says that United States Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh will continue to teach a single summer course at the Antonin Scalia Law School, despite concerns from the student body that Kavanaugh's presence made them feel "unsafe."

“Even if the outcome is painful," the school's president, Angel Cabrera, told a group of students who gathered at a "town hall" even earlier this week, "what’s at stake is very, very important for the integrity of the university."

The school's provost noted that George Mason saw “no reason for university administrators to override” the law school's decision to welcome Kavanaugh as a guest lecturer during the summer semester, and Cabrera agreed, even though the students at the town hall were left completely bewildered as to why the administration had failed to take their "mental health" into consideration when extending an invitation to Kavanaugh.

The Huffington Post reports that students organized the town hall as a protest, alongside an ad campaign and a petition, which received around 10,000 signatures. But it was to no avail.

“Even if in this particular case the outcome is one that you deeply disagree with, the process by which these decisions are made and the reason why we are so firm in defending them is actually essential to the way a university like ours operates,” Cabrera insisted to the students.

The town hall, arranged by anti-sexual assault activists on campus, quickly turned, then, from a discussion between students and administrations into an airing of grievances, with students openly condemning Kavanaugh for his own "alleged sexual assault" -- a single accusation of impropriety leveled by a former high school classmate, about an incident that took place decades ago, and which the FBI could find no proof of. Kavanaugh has routinely and stridently denied the allegation.

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Bravo to the admin. :clap:



And as far as the overgrown toddlers are concerned, and although its a little early in the year, I'm sure the Feats of Strength displayed will be as equally laughable as their Airing of Grievances. :whistling:

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Posted 21 April 2019 - 09:56 PM

Balls, what a concept. <_<
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Posted 22 April 2019 - 04:28 AM

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even though the students at the town hall were left completely bewildered as to why the administration had failed to take their "mental health" into consideration when extending an invitation to Kavanaugh.

The entitled little snowflakes actually got told "No" by the adults, and their little minds broke!! :biglaugh:
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Posted 22 April 2019 - 05:31 AM

The Huffington Post reports that students organized the town hall as a protest, alongside an ad campaign and a petition, which received around 10,000 signatures. But it was to no avail.
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It's amazing how so many people can be so obviously wrong, that one unconvincing liar can fool this many people is a testament to a Leftist's inability to think for themselves. And disturbing to think these same people actually vote...

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Posted 22 April 2019 - 06:41 AM

View PostNH Populist, on 22 April 2019 - 05:31 AM, said:

The Huffington Post reports that students organized the town hall as a protest, alongside an ad campaign and a petition, which received around 10,000 signatures. But it was to no avail.
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It's amazing how so many people can be so obviously wrong, that one unconvincing liar can fool this many people is a testament to a Leftist's inability to think for themselves. And disturbing to think these same people actually vote...


Nothing amazing about it -- look at how many votes Hillary got. . .
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Posted 22 April 2019 - 07:07 AM

Suck it, snowflakes.
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Posted 22 April 2019 - 01:12 PM

Iím glad the administration stood up to them!

I wonder if these same students would demand Bill Clinton be run off the campus if he were to be asked to give one of his world famous speeches? Or would they stand in line to get a glimpse of him? There is much better evidence that Bill Clinton is a serial abuser not to mention that he is a known adulterer, and yet for some reason he has been able to skate all these years and was considered a (cough-choke-puke) sex symbol among women of my generation.
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