Law students at George Washington University who are angry about the Supreme Court decison on abortion have petitioned to have Justice Clarence Thomas removed as a lecturer.
The left claims to be deeply concerned about racism, but all of that goes out the window when it comes to black people who are conservative.
Campus Reform reported:
Students want to remove Clarence Thomas from law school teaching position
George Washington University (GWU) students are retaliating against Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas by circulating a petition to repeal his employment at the institution’s law school (GW Law).
The petition is in response to Thomas’s decision last Friday in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which overturned the landmark abortion cases Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey.
Friday’s ruling determined there is no constitutional right to abortion. Instead, abortion can be regulated by each individual state.
Yet, the petition, authored by a user named John Kay, reads:
“With the recent Supreme Court decision that has stripped the right to bodily autonomy of people with wombs, and with his explicit intention to further strip the rights of queer people and remove the ability for people to practice safe sex without fear of pregnancy, it is evident that the employment of Clarence Thomas at George Washington University is completely unacceptable.”
Unfortunately for these snowflakes, the university has rejected their demands.
The Hill reports:
George Washington University rejects calls to remove Clarence Thomas from teaching role
George Washington University (GWU) has rejected its student body’s calls to remove Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas from his adjunct professor role in the aftermath of the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
In a letter sent on Tuesday, GWU officials said that they will not remove Thomas from his current position with the school because he has not violated the school’s policy on academic freedom, saying that Thomas is free to express his own opinion even though his views do not reflect the school.
“Because we steadfastly support the robust exchange of ideas and deliberation, and because debate is an essential part of our university’s academic and educational mission to train future leaders who are prepared to address the world’s most urgent problems, the university will neither terminate Justices Thomas’ employment nor cancel his class in response to his legal opinions,” GWU said in its letter to students.
“Just as we affirm our commitment to academic freedom, we affirm the right of all members of our community to voice their opinions and contribute to the critical discussion that are foundational to our academic mission.”
The school made the right decision here.