A Dozen Federal Judges Just Dropped Kicked Yale Law- Refuse To Hire Their Lib Students... LOL
At least a dozen Federal judges with more to come have sworn off hiring students from Yale law due to their insanely anti-American liberal practices. In a sheer moment of sanity, one Federal judge issued a searing letter that drop-kicked the school's policies, and 11 more followed suit. The fact is, no one wants to hire students with pre-loaded biases and hate for American law—Which makes sense. There's no room in the court for Yale policies.
Judge James C. Ho of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit announced Thursday that he would no longer be hiring law clerks from Yale Law School.
“Yale not only tolerates the cancellation of views — it actively practices it,” Ho said, according to prepared remarks exclusively obtained by National Review. “Starting today, I will no longer hire law clerks from Yale Law School. And I hope that other judges will join me as well.”
"Cancel culture now plagues a wide variety of institutions. I’ve written judicial opinions noting how cancel culture has infected our educational institutions, the legal profession, corporate America, and public health — and how even the criminal justice system has been weaponized to cancel disfavored political viewpoints. Cancel culture is also deeply embedded in journalism, entertainment, sports, and the arts.
The consequences for America are significant. I would contend that cancel culture is one of the leading reasons why citizens no longer trust a wide variety of once-leading institutions. It turns out that, when elite institutions make clear that people who think like you and me shouldn’t even exist, we return the favor."
Ho gave an hour and a half speech where he demolished the 'woke' school, according to the outlet. Free Beacon noted that a dozen federal judges say they are no longer hiring clerks from Yale Law School, citing a slew of scandals that they say have undermined free speech and intellectual diversity.
Judge Ho added that he doesn't think students are learning anything at all from Yale.