George Mason University students and activists clamored at a townhall meeting for the university to fire Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh as a visiting law professor over unproven sexual assault allegations.
Topic: Brett Kavanaugh
After a college professor compared the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, a Supreme Court justice, to a biblical story, a student reported the professor to the university’s Bias Incident Response Team.
Anita Hill brought up the #MeToo movement during her speech to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day at Elon University.
A pro-abortion student group at the University of Oregon held an anti-Kavanaugh rally to reiterate that Americans should not ever let the confirmation happen again (in other words, the confirmation of an originalist judge to the Supreme Court).
A graduate of a Savannah, Georgia college began a petition to change the name of a building on its campus, which is named after Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.
Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh graduated from Yale University in 1990, but, his nomination by President Donald Trump has led to widespread liberal outcry in the media, on college campuses, on social media platforms such as Twitter, and protests.
A Georgetown University professor took to social media to express an profanity-laden post against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Well, that took about a week.
Much to the consternation of the larger community at Harvard Law.
In open letters, that is.