Former Clinton aide working with George Mason students to remove Brett Kavanaugh from teaching gig: Report
Liberals seem to be using every dirty trick in the book to silence conservatives these days — and their latest target is none other than Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
A former Hillary Clinton aide is reportedly working with the “Mason for Survivors” group to have Kavanaugh removed from his guest lecturer position at George Mason University.
Silencing the Opposition
It is fairly safe to say that the Democratic Party is not what it used to be. The swing to the far left in recent years has put this country in real danger of becoming a socialist dystopia that tries to silence any opposing views.
Indeed, the recent activities of Democrats and liberal groups are more reminiscent of Cuba under Fidel Castro than they are of the country our Founding Fathers spilled blood to create.
The latest example of this is an effort by a former Clinton aide, Brian Fallon, to remove conservative Justice Brett Kavanaugh from the staff of George Mason University.
Fallon is quietly helping a group called “Mason for Survivors.”
The group put together a petition to have Kavanaugh removed from all contact with the university, and the petition actually garnered 5,000 signatures.
Fallon is currently the leader of Demand
The advertising campaign is a blatant attack against Kavanaugh for charges that were completely debunked during his confirmation hearings last fall.
One ad reads: “Brett Kavanaugh’s performance during his testimony in front of the Senate was a disgrace. His blatant partisan attacks and hostile behavior towards senators calls into question his ability to serve as a fair and impartial judge.”
It goes on: “His conduct undermines the legitimacy of his decisions and the entire Supreme Court. We’re calling on Congress to open an investigation into Kavanaugh right now.”
The concern over Kavanaugh by the student body has caught the attention of school officials, who are reportedly holding a town hall-style meeting next week to address the concerns of the student body.
So far, the school has stood firm on its hiring of Kavanaugh, but it would not be a surprise to eventually see them buckle.
Amazingly, in this day and age, a limited minority is all that is needed to create a problem.
The school should be honored to have a sitting Supreme Court justice on its staff roster — but they may end up turning a source of pride into a source of embarrassment.