The butterfly effect of Roe v. Wade continues.
Conservative justices have been targeted in numerous ways, with Justice Clarence Thomas at the top of that list.
After Roe was overturned, students at George Washington University wanted him ousted from his adjunct professorship, but the university stiffened up and will keep him on.
Having a sitting justice on staff is a huge honor for any school, even if it is packed with students who cannot appreciate that fact.
Like Thomas or not, the thought of being able to sit down and debate him over legal precedent should be reason enough for any student to take classes there.
You develop a more rounded education by debating an argument, not by slapping each other on the back.
To that point, GW said no go on the student outrage over Thomas working there.
Administrators stated that they welcomed a “robust exchange of ideas.”
The statement continued, “Like all faculty members at our school, Justice Thomas has academic freedom and freedom of expression and inquiry.”
The statement concluded, “The ideas of different faculty members and of various other members of the University community will often and quite naturally conflict.
“But it is not the proper role of the University to attempt to shield individuals within or outside the university from ideas and opinions they find unwelcome, disagreeable, or even deeply offensive.”
Thomas has long been a target of liberals and will continue to be so as the most conservative of all justices on the bench.
To his credit, he always holds his ground and never backs down from a good fight.
Source: Fox News