As I wrote previously, the Jews are working feverishly to stop Trump’s Supreme Court nominee from being confirmed. It would appear that their trump card of some random woman making accusations that this guy felt her up 30+ years ago when they were in high school isn’t quite catching the traction they’d hoped for. So what to do? The same thing they always do, double down.
A few years ago, as she was prepping to interview for a judicial clerkship, a student at Yale Law School received a troubling combination of warning and advice from her professors about one federal judge in particular: Brett Kavanaugh, she was told, liked his female clerks to have a “certain look.”
Yes, most employers want their employees to have a certain look. This is why many places of business actually have uniforms.
“When I got hired on I was told that they wanted me to have a certain look. I feel so violated.”
Right now Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court hangs in the balance as he faces an accusation that he sexually assaulted a girl in high school.
It’s only hanging in the balance in the sense that the Republicans are a bunch of pussies who don’t know how to wield power. Well that and the fact they have a substantial number of people on their side of the isle who are actually playing for the other team.
The professors proffering the advice are themselves well-known. Both Jed Rubenfeld and his wife, Amy Chua, author of the controversial 2011 book The Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, told this woman about Kavanaugh’s preferences. Then, Kavanaugh was simply known as a prestigious judge on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Though neither said the judge did anything untoward regarding the women he worked with, the student found their counsel off-putting.
So nothing was said about titty grabbing, feeling you up or any sort of ungentlemanly behavior but since this one anonymous woman didn’t like the way the advice made her feels feel then this means something ominous.
“I had mixed feelings,” said the woman, who asked to remain anonymous due to privacy concerns. “On the one hand, it’s a yellow flag; on the other hand, phew, I hadn’t heard anything else.”
Can someone translate this gibberish please? I’m afraid I don’t speak feels.
“He did not say what the ‘certain look’ was. I did not ask,” the woman said. “It was very clear to me that he was talking about physical appearance……….”
Yeah well no shit. In a world with common sense one would assume that what this meant was that he expects you to dress professionally and not look like a fat degenerate slob or in other words don’t be this bitch…………..
However we don’t live in a world of common sense. We live in the world of the holy vagina where anything that makes a woman feel a feel that she finds unpleasant decades later means you should have your life ruined.
That’s when Rubenfeld’s wife stepped in. At Yale, Chua is less known as the “tiger mom” and more sought after for her ability to help students land prestigious clerkships with federal judges ― the sort that can ultimately land a student the ultimate prize, a spot clerking for a Supreme Court justice.
While of course seeing “Rubenfeld” makes me put the Jew shields to full, honestly it sounds as though this kike and his chink wife were simply trying to help this stupid slut get a leg up on her woman power career.
“She advised me to be and dress ‘outgoing,’” the former Yale student said. “She strongly urged me to send her pictures of what I was thinking of wearing so she could evaluate. I did not.”
MFW I watch an incompetent journalist’s attempt at creating a narrative of a pattern of abuse fall apart in the same article they’re writing to convey that narrative.
A friend suggested that the student needed the advice because she was “awkward,” according to a transcript of a Gchat conversation that the Yale student had at the time and that was viewed by HuffPost.
Gossip, it’s not just for columns about celebrities anymore.
“For the more than ten years I’ve known him, Judge Kavanaugh’s first and only litmus test in hiring has been excellence,” Chua told HuffPost in a response to a request for comment from both professors.
Well now, that’s damning.
The statement didn’t deny the student’s account, but it’s glowing in its praise of Kavanaugh, echoing a piece Chua recently wrote for The Wall Street Journal, “Kavanaugh Is a Mentor to Women,” in which she boasts of placing 10 clerks with Judge Kavanaugh, “eight of them women.” Their daughter just accepted a clerkship with Kavanaugh, the statement said.
Of course it doesn’t deny the student’s account. The student’s account is about nothing more than someone trying to give them helpful advice to land a position they supposedly wanted.
Travis Lenkner, who clerked for Kavanaugh in 2007 and 2008, said the idea that Kavanaugh had a certain look in mind for female clerks is absurd.
“There’s only one ‘look’ that is a requirement in Judge Kavanaugh’s chambers for men and women,” he said. “And that is that a suit is required every day. It’s a formal chambers in a formal courthouse.”
Well of course he would say that, he’s a man and we all know that a man can sexually assault a woman at any moment simply by making her feel a feel that she doesn’t like.
It’s only a small step from appropriate dress code to rape. The very idea that women should be held to some sort of standard when it comes to their appearance is misogyny plain and simple.
Giving law students advice on what to wear to an interview isn’t terribly odd, but the particular warning about Kavanaugh is unusual, said Vivia Chen, a senior columnist at The American Lawyer magazine who writes about gender and the legal profession…..“It sounds sexist,” Chen said. “If you’re going into that kind of detail, it sounds like the judge has a fetish, frankly, and that the law professors are feeding the fetish.”
It’s like the author of the story realized at this point that this isn’t really turning out the way they had planned so they attempted to add a fig leaf of credibility to it by asking some expert who is only an expert because she writes for a magazine and has a vagina. And even then………..
Chen, who knows Chua, suspects the professor was just trying to help her student.
In the end, the law student interviewed with Kavanaugh and said nothing unusual happened, but she wound up clerking for another judge.
What?! Not tit grab or ass groping? All of this and the climax to the story is she got interviewed, didn’t get the job and nothing much happened. Who writes this sort of crap? Who tries to destroy a man’s reputation with innuendo and gossip? Who in the world could come up with this sort of transparent slander and still have the nerve to publish it with a straight face, expecting people to believe it?
Ashley Feinberg and Paul Blumenthal contributed reporting.
But of course.