In Shakespeare’s play, Henry VI, the henchmen who want to take over the country in a communistic social revolution, believe lawyers are standing in their way, protecting society. In modern America, the lawyers are destroying the country and society, not protecting it. Should we re-think how we train lawyers? Should we periodically test lawyers to determine if they are sane? Should we disbar all Liberal and Democrat lawyers?
Yale Law School has cancelled classes so students can protest Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing this week. After all, Yale doesn’t want studying and classes to interfere with their students’ Trump Derangement Syndrome.
Yale Law students began silent protests last week, after Democrat activist Christine Blasey Ford accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her when the two were in (separate) high schools, THIRTY-SIX YEARS AGO.
This week, more than a hundred Yale students traveled to D.C. to protest at the Supreme Court and to meet with Senators about the nomination. These future lawyers of America (God save us) have been protesting both on campus and in Washington, D.C. to convince lawmakers to vote against confirming Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, so their school cancelled all classes Monday morning. It seems likely all Thursday’s classes will be cancelled, as well.
YALE LAW SCHOOL HAS BECOME
A PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITAL
Yale Law School Dean Heather Gerken issued a statement supporting the students’ calls for a thorough investigation into the allegations against Kavanaugh.
“Many of our faculty and students have taken actions to raise these concerns about the confirmation process. Fifty members of our faculty have signed a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee, urging the Senate to ‘conduct a fair and deliberate confirmation process,’ and our students have organized a protest and community action that is taking place at Yale Law School and in Washington, D.C., today,’’ Gerken said.
ARRESTS AT CAPITOL: FUTURE LAWYERS
WITH CRIMINAL RECORDS
On Monday morning, a large group of people, including Yale Law students, made their way through the atrium of the Hart Senate Office Building, saying that they were headed to various Senate offices. US Capitol Police charged 128 individuals Monday for “unlawfully demonstrating in Senate office buildings.” A criminal record is supposed to prevent a person from getting a license to practice law. Of course, Loony Liberals don’t have to follow the rules, do they?
Among those, dozens of protesters sought to put pressure specifically on Senator Susan Collins (R-ME). The protesters implored the senator to take a stand sooner rather than later, saying: “Collins needs to make a decision now when it matters and stand up for us,” before she hears from the accused and accuser on Thursday.
Republicans can confirm Kavanaugh without Democratic votes, but they can only afford to lose one GOP senator and still advance his nomination. His nomination is expected to hinge on several senators viewed as potential swing votes, such as Collins and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska.
Collins told reporters Monday that she hadn’t yet made up her mind on how she’d vote on Kavanaugh, saying the hearing scheduled with Ford on Thursday “is an important one.” Murkowski also pointed to the already-scheduled hearing. Asked if she was moving closer to a decision, Murkowski said, “There is a hearing on Thursday.”
WHAT MORE DO WE NEED? PROOF WOULD BE NICE!
For several weeks, protests at the US Capitol, as well as ads on Maine TV, have surrounded Collins, pressing her to vote “no” on Kavanaugh’s vote.
A variety of Alt-Left groups have spent millions of dollars on ads threatening Collins. Last week such a group announced a $700,000 ad buy targeting four Republicans: Collins and Murkowski, as well as, Nevada Sen. Dean Heller and Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner. The ads highlight accuser’s allegation that Kavanaugh attempted to sexually assault her 36 years ago as a teenager. Proof doesn’t matter anymore.
A well-funded pro-abortion group claims to have spent $760,000 in Maine alone. They launched online ads last week urging people to call Collins & Heller and tell them to vote against Kavanaugh. The ads also highlight Ford’s allegation and ask the senators: “What more do you need?” We don’t need to bother with proof, allegations are enough.
Last week, a REALLY delusional group began using full-page advertisements targeting Collins and Murkowski in their hometown newspapers. The ads highlight Ford’s unproven allegation against Kavanaugh and cast the nominee as a “danger to women.” If the man is a Conservative and the woman is a Liberal, no proof is needed. Her word is gold.
ANOTHER SEXUAL PREDATOR ON SUPREME COURT?
Over the weekend, yet another Alt-Left group launched an ad campaign in Maine, Nevada, Arizona & West Virginia telling Republican senators: “Don’t put another sexual predator on the Supreme Court.” Say what? This writer was not aware that Elena Kagan, appointed by Obama in 2010, was a sexual predator.
Maine has seen pro-Kavanaugh ads, too. A center-right organization, One Nation, announced in August a $300,000 TV ad buy urging Collins to continue her “thoughtful and balanced approach.”