Brett Kavanaugh

GMU Student: 'The Hiring of Brett Kavanaugh Threatens the Mental Well-Being of All Survivors on Campus'

Some students want GMU to #CancelKavanaugh. Some professors want the school to investigate the justice.

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A group of George Mason University students is demanding that Associate Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh not take a position as a visiting law professor—and some professors are voicing support for them.

"The hiring of Kavanaugh threatens the mental well-being of all survivors on this campus," said one female student during the public comment period of GMU's board meeting last week, according to video footage obtained by The College Fix.

Another student, a survivor of sexual violence, claimed that her mental health had already suffered as a result of the Antonin Scalia Law School's decision to hire Kavanaugh. "It is affecting my mental health knowing that an abuser will be part of our faculty," she said.

A third student said, "As someone who has survived sexual assault three times, I do not feel comfortable with someone who has sexual assault allegations walking on campus."

But Kavanaugh, who was accused of sexual misconduct by several women during his confirmation hearings, will not actually be present on GMU's campus. He is slated to teach a summer course on "Creating the Constitution" in Runnymede, England, where the Magna Cart was signed.

During a meeting with the Faculty Senate last week, GMU President Angel Cabrera sounded perplexed about the opposition to Kavanaugh. He correctly noted that it would be insane to pass up an opportunity for students to learn from one of just nine current Supreme Court justices.

"This is not a crazy appointment," said Cabrera. "This is a Supreme Court justice who is going to be teaching about the United States Constitution….The students have signed up for the class."

At the meeting, Professor Bethany Letiecq, president of GMU's chapter of the American Association of University Professors, wondered why the university had not investigated the charges against Kavanaugh. Note the exchange, according to The College Fix:

"Well, should we investigate that? I mean, should we investigate that," Letiecq said to Cabrera as snaps of approval rose out in the room. (Snapping has largely replaced clapping on college campuses as a way to show support.)

"He's been accused, and there has not been a full investigation as far as I'm…that I can see," she said.

Cabrera responds: "So, I mean, George Mason University…investigate a Supreme Court justice who has been confirmed by the United States Senate?"

"Yes," a woman calls out.

"We do our due diligence on all hires. This is a hire," a man added, drawing more snaps as someone else calls out "agreed!"

It's hard to imagine what such an investigation would even look like, given that the incidents in question do not involve GMU, were made three decades ago, and were already explored by the federal government and the news media.

But even if an investigation were to take place, this would hardly placate the student activists: They want the university to #CancelKavanaugh immediately. This follows from the fourth-wave feminist presumption that all self-proclaimed survivors of sexual misconduct must be telling the truth—even though at least one of the Kavanaugh accusations is extremely dubious.

It would be a terrible blow to the principles of fairness and academic freedom if a university were to un-person one of the foremost judicial figures in the country over this. Cabrera should continue to reject the activists' demands.

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  1. (Snapping has largely replaced clapping on college campuses as a way to show support.)

    Cultural appropriation of the beatnik generation! Expel them all! NOW!!

    1. *human megaphone*
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    2. Beatnik? West side story. Dance offs are the new knife fights.

      1. Except the male students have been enjoined against dancing too aggressively. That would be toxic.

    3. GMU’s new president: Maynard G. Krebs.

      1. Overqualified

  2. “even though at least one of the Kavanaugh accusations is extremely dubious”

    I hope Suave skips the comments on this article.

    “Another student, a survivor of sexual violence, claimed that her mental health had already suffered”

    If you say so, ma’am. You’re saying you would have fewer mental health issues if the university had a different personnel policy?

    1. Not to mention the one chick that is allegedly a ‘three time survivor’ of sexual assault…rape and sexual assault are heinous acts, that merit FAR nore sever punishment than is currently proscribed….but after the first or first couple of incidents, maybe you adjust your behavior?

      1. Exactly. For the first respondent, your mental health is between you and your care provider. Though, thank you for identifying yourself for the group – please sit down.
        Second, if someone is a three time victim of sexual assault, I think it’s important for “sexual assault” to be defined here in no uncertain terms.

        1. He ogled my boobs. Three times. I’m a three time survivor. Of boob ogling. Which has killed no one. Ever.

          1. Heh. Sexual harassment: on the list of unforgivable acts > boob-ogling; shoulder touching (unless, you know, you’re totes adorbs); asking for space at the bus stop awning to come in out of the rain (this is an obvious ploy); not watching Gilmore Girls/Friends; the definition includes any act deemed icky (because you’re not totes adorbs), creepy, or shudder-worthy by the recipient. *Note: definition is malleable and subject to change without notice.
            Beyond that, you can fist-fuck me and club me with ben-wa balls… as long as you’re totes adorbs.

      2. Are you saying that after multiple times of her getting drunk and going home with a stranger, SHE WAS ASKING FOR IT???????????!!!111!!!11!!11!

    2. Maybe these leftist college students should strongly consider harming themselves if this is so disturbing to them.

      1. I keep hoping they will shed a little, or a lot, or even all, of their blood for the cause.

  3. He is slated to teach a summer course on “Creating the Constitution” in Runnymede, England, where the Magna Cart was signed.

    Whenever I’m stocking up at State Line Liquors, I always use the Magna Cart.

    1. Let’s combine your joke with mine, below.

      1. That was one great cart they built back in the summer of 1215.

  4. By the way, Kavanaugh *does* know that it’s Runnymede, not “runny mead”?

    1. “I’m afraid it’s a bit runnier than you like it, Sir.”

      1. KING JOHN: “I signed WHAT?”

  5. Snapping has largely replaced clapping on college campuses as a way to show support.

    I didn’t think it was possible for me to be happier still that I’m not in college now.

    1. cute. like little Beatniks, man

  6. Bethany Letiecg’s research interests (all sic):

    Family policies, family privilege, and (in)justice

    Community-based participatory (action) research (CBPR/PAR) and scholar-activism

    Immigration, illegality and deportation regimes, family separation, and trauma

    Anti-Blackness, policing in Black family life, and structural change

    Ecosystemic resilience

  7. Here is a summary of Brett Kavanaugh’s sexual assault accusations:

    1. A group of 15-17 year old kids are hanging out in a basement 30 years ago and he and his friend attempt to assault her, after which she leaves the party without saying anything. Nobody remembers the party, and even her female friend she specifically named to be at the party doesn’t remember anything. This is by far the most “credible” accusation. She told nobody except her therapist 10 years ago, although didn’t name him, and refused to give Congress the alleged notes about it.

    2. A group of drunk college kids are at a frat party. A girl gets flashed by a dude, apparently as a crude joke. She doesn’t remember who it was until 20 years later, and thinks somebody was yelling “Kavanaugh!”, but isn’t sure. Good fucking scoop Ronan Farrow. If that’s sexual assault, I don’t know a single man or woman in college who wasn’t sexually assaulted.

    3. Avenatti finds a woman with a history of false accusations who says that Kavanaugh assaulted her in public several years ago. She eventually walks back her accusations and abandons Kavanaugh.

    That’s it. Those are the accusations. Fuck Democrats and fuck the press. I don’t even like Kavanaugh.

    1. The other HUGE scandal is that Brett Kavanaugh bought a few thousands dollars worth of tickets to the Washington Nationals for him and his friends, who paid him back. I do the same thing every time I go out with my friends to big expensive dinners. You want me to put all $900 on my credit card? Sure! The 3% cash back just paid for all my drinks.

      1. Seriously, fuck the press. They are all embarrassing hackjobs no better than anybody at Fox News. At least most people at Fox News aren’t under any delusions about their biases. The rest of the press thinks they are the bravest fucking people on the planet who literally risk their lives to tell the truth 100% of the time.

    2. “But Kavanaugh, who was accused of sexual misconduct by several women…”

      Of course the “several” are three, one of whom is a certifiable whack job, one was too drunk to remember any detail but a vague recollection, and the other can barely remember much less substantiate her 30+ year old claim. That is what passes for “accused by several women.”

      That is the kind of horseshit that just shouldn’t fly.

      1. Meanwhile, Bill Clinton has numerous women with specific dates and times and people who they told at the time about him assaulting and raping them, but they’re all lying skanks. Evangelicals making excuses for Trump are IDENTICAL to feminists and progressives who made excuses for Bill Clinton. The only difference is that the latter populate our entire news industry.

        1. Evangelicals making excuses for Trump are IDENTICAL to feminists and progressives who made excuses for Bill Clinton.

          You say this like Kavanaugh wasn’t President or even just Governor of Arkansas when he assaulted those women.

          1. Actually, Arkansas state Attorney General, in the case of Juanita Broaddrick.

      2. Angel Cabrera should say, “While I sympathize for your suffering, as it has obviously had a very deleterious effect on your risk-assessment ability, I must point out that your ‘feelings’ about your safety are exaggerated. Justice Kavanaugh will not assault you. No credible accusations have been made against him, AND he will be a few thousand miles away from you. We do provide counselling and mental health services for anyone who feels their fears or their feelings impair their ability to continue their education.”

    3. If that’s sexual assault, I don’t know a single man or woman in college who wasn’t sexually assaulted.

      I’m pretty sure I got sexually assaulted at all those concerts in the 80s-90s when women were whipping their bras off.

    4. Here is a summary of Brett Kavanaugh’s sexual assault accusations:
      1.
      2.
      3.
      That’s it. Those are the accusations. Fuck Democrats and fuck the press. I don’t even like Kavanaugh.

      That is not it.

      4. After Julie Swetnick could not stay on script with her 26 Sep Declaration during that Oct NBC interview, Avenatti produced a 2 Oct Declaration (with name redacted) who allegedly knew both Ford and Swetnick and backed their stories and added her own. The redacted declarant contacted NBC and told them that that declaration was not her words and she did not stand by it.

    5. Here is a summary of Brett Kavanaugh’s sexual assault accusations:
      1.
      2.
      3.
      That’s it. Those are the accusations. Fuck Democrats and fuck the press. I don’t even like Kavanaugh.

      That is not it.

      4. After Julie Swetnick could not stay on script with her 26 Sep Declaration during that Oct NBC interview, Avenatti produced a 2 Oct Declaration (with name redacted) who allegedly knew both Ford and Swetnick and backed their stories and added her own. The redacted declarant contacted NBC and told them that that declaration was not her words and she did not stand by it.

  8. My mental health is suffering immeasurably just knowing these sorts of whiny little brats exist, that they’re considered college material and that anybody even gives a fuck what they think. Where the hell’s the adults in the room to tell these delicate little snowflakes that if their mental state is that fragile that they need to go check into the nearest mental health institution? Get some help, people!

    “As someone who has survived sexual assault three times, I do not feel comfortable with someone who has sexual assault allegations walking on campus.”

    Strange, you’re strong enough to deal with three sexual assaults but not to deal with Brett Cavanaugh being within 3000 miles of you? Let me guess – the sexual assaults are of the guy coming up to you in a bar, putting his arm around you and saying “Hey, baby, can I buy you a drink?” variety, aren’t they?

    1. Not just college material, lawyers. These brats might end up as DAs someday. Think about that for a while

      1. Likely in Chicago…

      2. That’s what concerns me most. These are law students. They should know the standards of evidence. An actual court proceeding on this would go to summary judgement after the prosecution rests. In fact, it’s so weak that a grand jury might not even indite (and we know how rubber-stamp those things are). After all, we don’t even have a full accusation since it’s missing the date and location.

        1. “After all, we don’t even have a full accusation since it’s missing the date and location.”

          That information would render her claim falsifiable. Say what you will about her, but it’s clear she had some top-notch lawyers advising her.

      3. I don’t know for sure, but I believe most or all of those complaining are undergrads.

    2. Offensive touching!!!

    3. It was probably not even that. It was probably just looking at her with the “male gaze”.

      “Agh! He raped me with his eyeballs!”

      1. Not being able to publish my thesis using LaTeX notation:

        The function “I’ve survived X sexual assaults.” approaches the limit of homeliness and stupidity as X approaches infinity.*

        *Based on the anecdotal work done by women like Iliza Shlesinger, Amy Schumer, Sarah Silverman, Chelsea Handler, et al.

      2. Vision is RAPE!!!

  9. It’s hard to imagine what such an investigation would even look like

    Like the Salem witch trials, or possibly one of Stalin’s show trials.

    1. Or the investigation into the poop swastika

    2. Room 101 in the Miniluv.

  10. “GMU Student: ‘The Hiring of Brett Kavanaugh Threatens the Mental Well-Being of All Survivors on Campus'”

    The lack of self-awareness is palpable. If you are ‘threatened’ by the hiring, you are NOT a survivor. You’re a loser who has already lost and needs to go home to mommy.

    1. He is threatened by the fact that they are threatened

  11. Will Justin Fairfax be weighing in on this soon?

    1. MSNBC: Justin who?

      1. It’s affecting my mental health just knowing that he’s the lieutenant governor of a state neighboring a neighboring state.

        1. He’ like ‘state-adjacent’, which is almost alt-right!!

  12. >>>”It is affecting my mental health knowing that an abuser will be part of our faculty,”

    perhaps college is not for the so-fragile. naive re: things she *doesn’t* know about what her faculty likely does @home

    1. 35,000 students
      2,600 academic staff
      2,500 admin staff

      I’ve got bad news for you, sunshine. There’s probably more than 1 abuser at GMU.

      1. exactly.

  13. This is insane. All Kavanaugh truly did wrong was get upset over being falsely labeled a rapist. It’s time to move on.

    1. He also shouldn’t have said he believed his accuser. If I were falsely accused, I’d call her a liar and tell her she should be ashamed of herself for smearing me.

    2. All these places that he keeps going and getting accused of things he didn’t do. Without so much as being triggered, emoting feeling threatened, or demanding a safe space… I bet he doesn’t even consider himself a survivor either.

      1. Not even a multiple false-rape-accusation survivor?

  14. Isn’t GMU supposed to be one of the more libertarian-leaning public universities in the U.S. or something?

    1. Only the Econ and Law schools, AIUI. The rest is typical prog spawn.

  15. Snapping has largely replaced clapping on college campuses as a way to show support.

    Down twinkles, bruh.

  16. Outrage is the new Crossfit.

    1. Practice a new outrage every day in order to achieve constant progress. Repeated outrage about the same things will lead specialization and, subsequently, stagnation. – The Outrage Confusion Principle

  17. As someone who has survived sexual assault three times

    Pardon my skepticism, but did someone pat you on the head when you were in kindergarten and say “What a cute little girl!”? I doubt you have much understanding of what “assault” actually is.

    1. What percent of sexual assault victims don’t survive?

      1. Didn’t survive as in ‘died’ or didn’t survive as in ‘became a walking corpse incapable of mentally moving past their psychological murdering’?

  18. I guess last year’s hex didn’t work

    “Witches placed a hex on US Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh during a protest ritual in New York….

    “The ingredients included graveyard dirt, coffin nails, a black candle, a broken mirror, and revenge oil.

    “”Obtain a photo of your enemy,” read the instructions. “Mark it according to your purposes and write out your curses on it. Dress it with the oil.

    “”Place the ingredients in the jar and then fill it halfway with water from a thunderstorm, war water, toilet water or vinegar and the rest of the way with your urine. Once finished, seal the jar tightly with the lid.

    “”Carve the candle with your target’s name, dress it with the oil and then roll it in the graveyard dirt. Melt the bottom of the candle and affix it to the lid of the jar.”

    “The ritual continues with the lighting of the candle and a recitation of psalm 109, which includes the curse “Let his posterity be cut off, and in the generation following let their name be blotted out.”

    “Alternatively followers could read out a Latin prayer which translates as: “The king is dead, hear us scream, tear off his head, burn his bones, salt the earth, rage is our song, rage is our mother.””

      1. I didn’t even see the part where they recited Psalm 109.

        Witches. Quoting OT verses. These idiots have ZERO self-awareness.

        Did they include this verse:
        Verse 30: I will greatly praise the LORD with my mouth; yea, I will praise him among the multitude.

        I respect your religious belief, even though I don’t share it, and don’t necessarily share a number of values that are part of your belief. But, you stick to it, and do your best to live your life the way you think you should. But these idiots just grab whatever they think is cool at the moment.

    1. LOL, it reminds me of that episode of Friends where Phoebe leads the other girls in casting a spell to rid themselves of the bad mojo cast by various ex-boyfriends.

      “Okay…now, we need the semen of a righteous man.”
      “Phoebe, if we had that we wouldn’t need to be doing this.”

    2. I fucking hate “witches”, “wiccans”, etc. They just fucking make shit up and think it is real. They give the rest of us pagans a bad name. My faith system is on the order of 2000 years old. And these idiots just wave their hands and wave some piss around.

    3. Is there a fixed or standard recipe for ‘revenge oil’? A quick glance around the web at a couple of recipes and it sounds like ‘Revenge Brisket’ may be worth trying.

      Most people say revenge is a dish best served cold but I’m wondering if they’ve ever truly tasted revenge. I have trouble believing it couldn’t be improved by infusing it into red meat and then grilling it.

  19. Along with the recent admissions scandals, is this not enough to warrant just shutting down the damned schools altogether?

    1. It means they need more funding.

  20. (Snapping has largely replaced clapping on college campuses as a way to show support.)

    What’s funny is that I don’t really feel like an old crank.

    1. I don’t think I was nearly this annoying when I was in college.

      1. You probably weren’t. Sometimes it’s easy to forget there are thousands of non-douches on campus majoring in things like engineering, business, and chemistry. The tiny fraction of numbnuts in Grievance Studies gets all the attention. This is also a useful lesson in how committed activists control institutions and the public media even though they are a small fraction of the population.

        1. “Numbnuts?” You’ve triggered me with your cisnormative patriarchical assertion.

          1. Q: What do you have to say about that Boomer?

            A: The program is working.

  21. If your law firm is short on attorneys who are overly emotional and/or committed to signaling, you know where to recruit.

    1. Are the protesters law students or undergraduates?

      1. Wait, you expect Robby to research and report actual factual details?

        Are you new here?

      2. I think most, if not all, are undergrads.

  22. Such fucking babies.

  23. “It is affecting my mental health knowing that an abuser will be part of our faculty,” she said.

    Has she considered transferring to another school?

  24. “GMU Student: ‘The Hiring of Brett Kavanaugh Threatens the Mental Well-Being of All Survivors on Campus'”

    I’m going to go out on a limb here…no it does not. Not all of them. Not even most of them. Maybe a few. And it’s just a perceived threat. In other words, only exists in the minds of a few individuals, and not in any actual, real world fashion.

  25. What does it even mean to un-person someone? I know back in the day they said they were “un-manned”, is that the generic article version?

    1. 1984 reference IIRC

  26. “The hiring of Kavanaugh threatens the mental well-being of all survivors on this campus,” said one female student during the public comment period of GMU’s board meeting last week.

    Are there any dead students attending this semester?

    1. Revive them as zombies, then at least some of the students will be aware they need brains.

    2. It is like that old “riddle”:
      If a plane crashes right on the US/Canada border, where are the survivors buried?

      1. In Crusty’s basement, after they fail to solve his ‘riddles’.

    3. Are there any dead students attending this semester?

      Just the ones that vote Democrat.

  27. As a radicalized university student in 1967-69, I was subjected to professorial misconduct relating to the Republican Party and candidates. These current students and staff are simply marching to the same tune. I woke up and they need to as well. Kavanaugh is a decent man and the staff are political minions. Wake up. Cowards and 5th Column.

  28. As someone who has survived sexual assault three times

    It is a popularity contest.

  29. “Threatens the Mental Well-Being of All LIARS on Campus'”

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  31. I see three possible options for these snowflakes at GMU:

    1) deal with your problems

    2) don’t sign up for any of the classes taught by Kavanaugh

    3) go to a different university, one which subscribes to the concept that students make all decisions regarding speakers, adjunct professors and those on the tenure track

    1. 4) Go home to mommy.

  32. “A third student said, “As someone who has survived sexual assault three times…”

    Man, she must be the unluckiest person on Earth to have been randomly sexually assaulted by men through no fault of her own on three separate occasions…

    1. Man, she must be the unluckiest person on Earth to have been randomly sexually assaulted by men through no fault of her own on three separate occasions…

      I’m betting that her boyfriend would’ve been there to prevent the attacks if he weren’t too busy splitting his time between smoke jumping and working for Greenpeace too. If he hadn’t been too busy making that multi-million dollar stock deal, he totally would’ve saved her at least one of those three times. They just happened to catch her when he wasn’t spending every *other* waking moment with her.

      1. +1 Haven Monahan

        1. Oooh…

    2. I was assaulted by no less than 5 males before I reached my 18th birthday. One of them was a doctor – my doctor, who I had gone to see for a medical visit. Was that my fault? What about the fellow student who walked up and punched me in the chest and called me a “slut” because I “wasn’t wearing a bra”? I was walking down the hall minding my own business, wearing an oversize t-shirt and blue jeans. What about the little creep who snuck up behind me and goosed me? Or the family friend twice my age who had been entrusted to babysit me by my parents? All my fault too, no doubt.

      Sexual assault is an everyday occurrence for women, especially young women. Three sexual assaults is pretty average for most women I know. Your implication that women are somehow to blame for the behavior of predators is revolting.

      1. You are carrying a grudge because a little creep goosed you? High school kids were mean to you in high school? Did you have any positive experiences in high school? Any friends? Any fun?

        You need a safe space, where the world is held at bay and you need not worry about somebody being a jerk.

        1. What do you want, CThistle? Me to feel bad for you? Or, more likely, to shut up and agree with everything you say, because victim status.

          Fuck you. The world is not a nice place. You aren’t special.

      2. CThistle|4.8.19 @ 7:08PM|#
        “I was assaulted by no less than 5 males before I reached my 18th birthday.”

        I was younger than 18 a while back, and either:
        1) You’re making it up out of whole cloth
        2) You’re changing definitions to suit your claims
        3) You hung around with some pretty scummy folks

      3. If getting punched in the chest is a sexual assault, I’ve survived thousands of sexual assaults. I’ve got older brothers that practically made it a religious obligation to punch me every damn day.

        1. Seriously, I never knew I’d actually been gang-raped.

      4. Are you claiming to have been assaulted by Kavanaugh?

        Because, otherwise, you being assaulted by third parties has no bearing on whether Kavanaugh assaulted anyone–much less whether he should have been confirmed.

        Because you were assaulted, Kavanaugh assaulted a third party?

        Does not compute.

        Because women are assaulted every day, Kavanaugh assaulted someone?

        Does not compute.

      5. If being goosed by a little creep who sneeks up behind me is sexual assault I was sexually assaulted perhaps hundreds of times before I was 18. By both boys and girls. And some adults. In school, in the locker room, in Boy Scouts, while hanging out with the other paperboys/girls, at family reunions, pretty much everywhere, pretty much constantly. Even today, however, were a little creep to sneek up behind me and goose me, I would not feel sexually assaulted.

  33. Kavanaugh’s a creep, who has publicly displayed conduct unbecoming a court justice. He never should have been approved and never would have been approved under anyone other than Trump.

    The “mental health” argument is weak. The stronger argument is that he’s showed himself to be incapable of the impartial execution of justice, and the students should not follow him as an example. Shame on George Mason for inviting this boob to sully their school’s reputation.

    1. Hogwash. K is a competent judge.

      K’s only shortcoming, for you, is that he is not an authoritarian commie sympathizer. Your side chose Hillary to run and she lost. Elections have consequences. You lefties don’t get to side step those consequences by inventing trumped up baseless accusations.

    2. CThistle|4.8.19 @ 6:59PM|#
      “Kavanaugh’s a creep, who has publicly displayed conduct unbecoming a court justice. He never should have been approved and never would have been approved under anyone other than Trump.”

      You and that hag lost, loser. Grow up, get lost and quit pestering the adults.

    3. except they are not using the ” incapable of the impartial execution of justice” argument. You should go to GMU and help these poor victims with the “right “argument . Protest with them and be sure to use that blue tape on your mouth,

  34. These harridans remind me of Ghost Hunters, but with rapists.

  35. Fuck all these asshole communist ass hats.

    Fuck off losers. Move to North Korea you asshats.

  36. ‘The Hiring of Brett Kavanaugh Threatens the Mental Well-Being of All Survivors on Campus’.

    Too late.

  37. Since all it takes for someone to be dangerous to the mental health of a ‘survivor’ are mere allegations, the solution is to accuse all students and faculty of GMU of sexual assault, but refuse to press criminal charges. Then the ‘survivors’ are a threat to themselves, or at least moreso than before.

  38. It doesn’t bode well for the future of our country that this generation is unable to distinguish between accusation and conviction or even reasonably credible proof, none of which was presented at any time during the Kavanaugh hearings.

    If these children are the future leaders, the United States will soon be relegated to third-world status.

    And it’s likely that they will be future state-funded parasites. The intellectually demanding disciplines, especially in STEM fields, require the ability to think and evaluate logically and critically. They’re demonstrating that they are incapable of such thinking.

    1. If these children are the future leaders, the United States will soon be relegated to third-world status.

      It’s already getting bad as Gen-Xers become an increasingly prominent part of the bureaucratic class and the Boomers retire or die off. This is a weak generation that reflexively bends to every political and cultural fashion because it doesn’t have the numbers like the Boomers or the Milennials to sustain its own influence.

  39. It doesn’t bode well for the future of our country that this generation is unable to distinguish between accusation and conviction or even reasonably credible proof, none of which was presented at any time during the Kavanaugh hearings.

    If these children are the future leaders, the United States will soon be relegated to third-world status.

    And it’s likely that they will be future state-funded parasites. The intellectually demanding disciplines, especially in STEM fields, require the ability to think and evaluate logically and critically. They’re demonstrating that they are incapable of such thinking.

    1. “It doesn’t bode well for the future of our country that this generation is unable to distinguish between accusation and conviction or even reasonably credible proof, none of which was presented at any time during the Kavanaugh hearings.”

      Agreed except it’s not generational. We have middle-aged people who are still fantasizing about the Russkis and Trump.

  40. “”As someone who has survived sexual assault three times,”

    I saw a picture of her . No way any one assaulted her.

  41. These same people will vote for Creepy Joe Biden if he becomes the Democrat nominee.

    Rules against unwanted touching and kissing (and smelling of hair) apparently only apply to non-Democrats.

    1. In what cave have you been living for the past 30 years?

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  43. Strange that these students don’t have any problem with going to school in a state whose Lt. Governor has been credibly accused of at least two rapes (by Democrats).

    1. He’s a Democrat. Doesn’t count.

  44. Looking at the screenshot title I initially thought that the article was about campus mass shooting.

    Should the word “survivor” be reserved to those who were in mortal danger? At least, put the word into quotes.

    Well, collect a $5,000 fee from every “survivor” who wishes to participate and conduct an “investigation”. Entertainment on campus shouldn’t be provided at the expense of other students who want to study.

  45. They should just tell these people to get the fuck out and go back to class.

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