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A conservative judge who was heckled at Stanford Law School has claimed student protestors screamed that they hoped his daughters would be raped before the equity dean ambushed him in ‘a staged public shaming’.
Fifth Circuit Judge Stuart Kyle Duncan, 51, who was appointed by Donald Trump, was asked to give a speech at the famous law school last week about the circuit’s Court of Appeals by the student chapter of the Federalist Society.
However, when he arrived at the school, he was met by around 100 students yelling obscenities at him, including one protester who told him: ‘We hope your daughters get raped.’
Students protested in the classroom, holding signs that said “FED SUCK” and “Trans Lives Matter.”
The heckling was in response to his judicial decision in the case US vs Varner, where a “federal prisoner serving a term for attempted receipt of child pornography… petitioned our court to order that he be called by feminine pronouns.’
“As my opinion explained, federal courts can’t control what pronouns people use. The Stanford protesters saw it differently: My opinion had ‘denied a transwoman’s existence,’” the judge wrote in a Wall Street Journal op-ed.
The judge said there were signs on campus that read “you should be ASHAMED.” Others declared that he had committed “crimes against women, gays, blacks and ’trans people.’”
From the op-ed:
Stanford Law School’s website touts its “collegial culture” in which “collaboration and the open exchange of ideas are essential to life and learning.” Then there’s the culture I experienced when I visited Stanford last week. I had been invited by the student chapter of the Federalist Society to discuss the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, on which I’ve served since 2018. I’ve spoken at law schools across the country, and I was glad to accept this invitation. One of my first clerks graduated from Stanford. I have friends on the faculty. I gave a talk there a few years ago and found it a warm and engaging place, but not this time.
When I arrived, the walls were festooned with posters denouncing me for crimes against women, gays, blacks and “trans people.” Plastered everywhere were photos of the students who had invited me and fliers declaring “You should be ASHAMED,” with the last word in large red capital letters and a horror-movie font. This didn’t seem “collegial.” Walking to the building where I would deliver my talk, I could hear loud chanting a good 50 yards away, reminiscent of a tent revival in its intensity. Some 100 students were massed outside the classroom as I entered, faces painted every color of the rainbow, waving signs and banners, jeering and stamping and howling. As I entered the classroom, one protester screamed: “We hope your daughters get raped!”
Stanford Law School’s website touts its “collegial culture” in which “collaboration and the open exchange of ideas are essential to life and learning.” Then there’s the culture I experienced when I visited Stanford last week, writes Stuart Kyle Duncan https://t.co/UN8DmUck1o
— Wall Street Journal Opinion (@WSJopinion) March 18, 2023
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