Georgetown Law School is breeding wimps
Nate Hochman with National Review reported that Treanor addressed a Black student group in-person Monday after a sit-down was requested so a “reparations” package could be discussed. Hochman wrote:
Dean Treanor himself was front-and-center, accompanied by Mitch Bailin, GULC’s associate vice president and dean of students; Sheila Foster, the associate dean for equity and inclusion; and Amy Uelmen, the director of the school’s “Mission & Ministry” program.
A chastened-looking Treanor spent more than an hour answering questions from what appeared to be the BLSA leadership team in a closed auditorium. The dean, striking an apologetic tone, echoed the language of the activists in the crowd, assuring the assembled students that he was “appalled” by the “painful” nature of Shapiro’s tweets and promising to “listen,” “learn” and ultimately “do better.”
Hochman further reported that Treanor received a lukewarm reception, as students had questions about Shapiro’s presence on campus, as well as concerns about the school’s commitment to diversity.
Per Hochman, some students were so emotional, they requested a proper place to cry:
At another juncture, a student demanded that the dean cover for the classes that the activists had missed as a result of the sit-in, suggesting that the move should be part of a “reparations” package for black students. She followed up by insisting that students be given a designated place on campus to cry. “Is there an office they can go to?” she asked. “I don’t know what it would look like, but if they want to cry, if they need to break down, where can they go? Because we’re at a point where students are coming out of class to go to the bathroom to cry.”
One can only hope to oppose these wimps in court.
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The way these activists make “authority figures” dance on a string is sickening. Apparently, the racial guilt within them is strong.