Last week, a conservative judge was invited to speak at Stanford Law school, but when he got there, he was sandbagged by an obese “professor” who us the chief of the school’s woke DEI policies. Now Elon Musk is chiming in and excoriating the school in no uncertain terms.
After associate dean of diversity, equity and inclusion Tirien Angela Steinbach and her cabal of mindless robot students shouted down federal Judge Kyle Duncan who was invited to speak at a school-sponsored Federalist Society event, the school offered a weak apology to Duncan, but still refused to fire the anti-American dean who clearly hates the U.S. Constitution.
Again, realize what we have here. This is supposed to be a top law school, and one of its highly paid deans planned and enacted an effort to deprive an invited speaker of his freedom to speak (not to mention the freedom to hear him speak expected by the students who invited him there). This is supposed to be a law school but it clearly hates our laws — especially the law of the land.
Stanford Law School Dean Jenny Martinez issued an “apology,” but it was hollow and had no teeth to stop this Steinbach creature from repeating the outrage in the future.
Well, Elon Musk was not fooled by Martinez’s weak tea.
“Parents don’t realize the Soviet level of indoctrination that their children are receiving in elite high schools & colleges!” Musk responded Tuesday to a tweet with the Free Beacon article.
Parents don’t realize the Soviet level of indoctrination that their children are receiving in elite high schools & colleges! https://t.co/xhpmNanp6b
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 14, 2023
Elon is right.
If you are a judge, you should automatically exclude ALL Stanford students from you offices.
If you are a client, you should not hire a Stanford graduate.
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