National Review Online cites Accuracy in Media’s activism at Stanford

March 23, 2023

By Accuracy In Media

Originally published at National Review
Stanford Law’s Maoists Get Angry Again!
George Leef | March 17, 2023

The “social justice warrior” types at Stanford Law School, who recently took pride in shouting down federal judge Kyle Duncan because they just know that he’s wrong about everything, are angry again. They’re angry about the coverage of their “protest” against Judge Duncan.

As we read in this Washington Free Beacon editorial, they don’t think they should be either named or have their photographs shown. Two paragraphs from the editorial:

The school’s chapter of the National Lawyers Guild—the organizing force behind the Maoist horde of would-be lawyers—papered the hallways prior to Judge Duncan’s arrival with the names and photographs of the Federalist Society’s board members.

Yet when Free Beacon reporter Aaron Sibarium quoted the group’s board members describing the protests as “Stanford Law School at its best,” and named those board members, we got a note from one of them, Lily Bou, demanding that we remove her name and those of her classmates. “You do not have our permission to reference or quote any portion of this email in a future piece.”

They’re angry, bossy, and poorly informed about the law.


Read the entire article at National Review.

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