George Mason University refuses to buckle to Kavanaugh protesters

Liberal student protesters at George Mason University finally got a nice, healthy dose of reality.

Even after students protested the addition of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the university’s teaching staff, the school has said it will not be removing Kavanaugh from its faculty roster.

Feeling “Unsafe”

The protests against Kavanaugh were nothing more than a childlike tantrum from students.

Protesters stated they did not want Kavanaugh teaching a course there because he made them feel “unsafe.”

Thankfully, school administrators did not buckle to the pressure being put on the school by the students.

George Mason University President Angel Cabrera has stated: “What’s at stake is very, very important for the integrity of the university.”

Cabrera could not be more right in that assertion.

Having a sitting justice of the Supreme Court on staff is a monumental accomplishment for any school.

The bogus liberal narrative against Kavanaugh, however, poisoned the minds of these children, so they put together a petition as well as the protest to fight against his hiring.

The petition actually got 10,000 signatures, but it still had no impact on the school’s decision to allow Kavanaugh to teach a special course this summer.

Not This Time

This is one of the first times in recent history where we have seen an organization willing to stand up to ridiculous liberal protests.

This decision will no doubt send hundreds of George Mason students to their “safe space” to ponder what went wrong.

The stance students were taking is that by hiring Kavanaugh, the school was openly encouraging sexual misconduct against women — which could not be further from the truth.

Everyone seems to forget the allegations made against Kavanaugh were completely debunked.

Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations could not be corroborated in any way that offered even a hint they might be true — and many of the other women that came forward were exposed as complete frauds.

The amusing thing about all of this is that Kavanaugh will not even be teaching the class at its main campus in northern Virginia, but rather, abroad at the U.K. campus of the school.

It is high time college students in this country grow up. Stomping your feet and crying don’t work in the real world.

Kavanaugh had his day in court and he won, plain and simple.

If you don’t like the school’s roster of instructors, go somewhere else that will pacify your childlike behavior so students that actually want to learn and be graced with the presence of a sitting Supreme Court justice can enjoy the experience.

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