George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School recently announced Justice Brett Kavanaugh will teach a class during its summer term on the creation of the Constitution.
Students will travel to Runnymede, England, the location where Magna Carta was sealed more than 800 years ago.
Naturally, this led a student group from the undergraduate university called Mason 4 Survivors to post an apoplectic petition on Change.org demanding the school cut ties with Kavanaugh. Some of these students actually say Kavanaugh’s hiring jeopardizes their safety and happiness.
Some members of the undergraduate university’s Faculty Senate are now calling for the school to independently investigate the claims of sexual assault leveled against Kavanaugh during his confirmation last fall. Apparently the work of the United States Senate and FBI—not to mention the countless news outlets that investigated these claims—was insufficient.
These professors are likely the same malcontents who objected to the university’s decision to rename the law school in honor of the late Justice Antonin Scalia back in 2016.
So far, university President Angel Cabrera has stood by the law school’s decision—supported by the entire law school faculty—to offer this course, pointing out, “The students [at the law school], by the way, have agreed. The students have signed up to this class.”
These calls to “Cancel Kavanaugh” or “Kick Kavanaugh Off Campus” seek to weaponize the #MeToo movement for partisan purposes. Capitulating to them would be a disservice to students at the law school.
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