KOMMONSENTSJANE – SENATOR BLUMENTHAL (D) PARTICIPATED IN THE YALE PROTEST TODAY. DID HE SET IT UP WITH SOROS’ MONEY?

Truth means little in the pursuit of a progressive agenda.

Is there a list of all of these future lawyers available? With their empty heads – sure wouldn’t want them handling any of my future business.

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Joshua Roberts / Reuters

Yale Law students take part in a protest against U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in front of the Supreme Court in Washington on Monday.

In the nation’s capital, a bus carried additional students to the Supreme Court and Senate buildings to demonstrate.

Among them were faculty members and Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), who spoke in support of a full investigation into Kavanaugh’s alleged misbehavior.

(Senator Blumenthal needs to be kicked off the committee.)

(Wonder if Soros paid for both of these protests. Did Senator Blumenthal arrange for both protests and how much did the Senator get paid? How can the Senator have an open mind if he is participating in a protest against Kavanaugh before he hears from both sides?)

Hundreds of Yale Law students are demanding a full, fair and impartial investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court nominee and Yale alumnus Brett Kavanaugh in the wake of new allegations brought by a second woman.

The elite New Haven law school canceled 31 classes on Monday to help facilitate protests that saw students pack the halls and speak out against abusers and those who silence victims.

Catherine McCarthy, a third-year law school student who was attending the on-campus event, told HuffPost that organizers counted at least 260 attendees.

“The first word that comes to mind is fierce,” McCarthy, 29, said of the scene’s mood in a phone interview.

“People are, I think, angry on behalf of people who have been mistreated, particularly on behalf of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Debbie Ramirez,” she said, naming the two women who have publicly come forward with allegations against Kavanaugh this month.

(Yes, she came forward with allegations; but, other than that no date, no year, no town name, no house identification, four other participants she named cited it never happen – and these nerds want an FBI investigation. What would they investigate? These young future lawyers are in the wrong major. They aren’t lawyers because they do not have an open mind to hear both sides.)

“There are some tears. There are a lot of shows of support,” McCarthy added. “A lot of empathy and compassion.”

The majority of those participating wore all black “in part to empathize that we’re acting as a collective,” she said.

“We are all here for the same reason. We consider this part of our community,” she said. “We urge the Senate Judicial Committee to give Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Debbie Ramirez the fair investigation that they’re due and they’ve asked for.”

Kavanaugh has denied both of the allegations brought against him. He’s received the support of President Donald Trump, who dismissed the allegations on Monday as “totally political.”

Fellow demonstrator Dana Bolger, a third-year law student at Yale, cited the past allegations against Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas by Anita Hill in 1991 as another reason for speaking out.

“The Senate’s treatment of our own alumna Anita Hill more than two decades ago sent a crystal-clear message to women and to all people who have experienced sexual violence: We don’t care about you,” she said in a statement. “We demand that the Senate not repeat this same shameful mistake again. We state unequivocally that we believe and stand with Professor Blasey Ford and Debbie Ramirez.”

Hundreds of Yale Law students are demanding a full, fair and impartial investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct against Supreme Court nominee and Yale alumnus Brett Kavanaugh in the wake of new allegations brought by a second woman.

WHERE DID A PERSON IS INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY GO?

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