Amy Chua, a Yale professor at Yale Law School who strongly endorsed supreme court nominee Brett Kavanaugh
as a “mentor to women” privately told a group of law students last year that it was “not an accident” that Kavanaugh’s fe
male law clerks all “looked like models” and would provide advice to students about their physical appearance if they wanted to work for him
Chua, a Yale professor who wrote a bestselling book on parenting called Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, was known
for instructing female law students who were preparing for interviews with Kavanaugh on ways they could
dress to exude a “model-like” femininity to help them win a post in Kavanaugh’s chambers, according to sources.
Yale provided Kavanaugh with many of the judge’s clerks over the years, and Chua played an outsized role in vetting the
clerks who worked for him. But the process made some students deeply uncomfortable.
One source said that in at least one case, a law student was so put off by Chua’s advice about how she needed to look,
and its implications, that she decided not to pursue a clerkship with Kavanaugh, a powerful member of the judiciary
who had a formal role in vetting clerks who served in the US supreme court.
In one case, Jed Rubenfeld, also an influential professor at Yale and who is married to Chua, told a prospective clerk
that Kavanaugh liked a certain “look”.
“He told me, ‘You should know that Judge Kavanaugh hires women with a certain look,’” one woman told the Guardian.
“He did not say what the look was and I did not ask.”
Chua advised the same student Rubenfeld spoke to that she ought to dress in an “outgoing” way for her interview with
Kavanaugh, and that the student should send Chua pictures of herself in different outfits before going to interview.
The student did not send the photos.
The remarks from Chua and Rubenfeld raise questions about why the couple believed it was important to emphasize the
students’ physical appearance when discussing jobs with Kavanaugh. The couple were not known to do that in
connection with other judges, sources said.
Kavanaugh is close to Justice Anthony Kennedy, whose retirement from the supreme court left an opening, and Kavanaugh
was one of three judges who vetted clerks to serve in Kennedy’s chambers. His role as a so-called “feeder” judge made his
clerkships among the most coveted posts for law students across the country, but especially at his alma mater, Yale.
According to one source, Chua invited a group of students that she mentored to a bar last year to catch up and discuss
their plans for clerkships. The conversation turned to a high-profile #MeToo case that was emerging in the news at the
time involving a well-known public figure.
The group began to talk about whether the federal judiciary would ever face similar scrutiny, and, according to a source,
Chua said she did not believe it would. She told the students she had known about allegedly abusive and harassing
behavior by another judge, Alex Kozinski, who was head of the ninth circuit and was forced to retire from the bench
last year after more than a dozen women accused him of harassment.
The conversation then turned to Kozinski’s protege and good friend Kavanaugh, who one source said was a familiar
name even though he had not yet been nominated to the high court. Chua allegedly told the students that it was “no accident”
that Kavanaugh’s female clerks “looked like models”. Student reacted with surprise, and quickly pointed out that Chua’s
own daughter was due to clerk for Kavanaugh.
Rubenfeld is currently the subject of an internal investigation at Yale. The investigation is focused on Rubenfeld’s
conduct, particularly with female law students. Students have also raised related concerns to Yale authorities about
Chua’s powerful influence in the clerkships process. The investigation was initiated before Kavanaugh was
nominated by Donald Trump to serve on the high court.
Chua and her husband are towering figures at Yale and were described by one student as being the centre of gravity
at the elite law school, connecting students to jobs and clerkships, and rewarding loyalty.
Kavanaugh is already facing intense scrutiny in Washington following an allegation made by Christine Blasey Ford that
he forcibly held her down and groped her while they were in high school. Ford has said she was afraid that Kavanaugh
would accidentally kill her by suffocating her.
Kavanaugh has no dick or balls. He wants to be a rapist because that's what his Catholic Church has told him he should do
but he gets angry because he doesn't have a dick. He really assaulted Christine Blasey Ford because he got violently angry
that he couldn't rape her. Kavanaugh is like a dumb and dumber mental retard. He became upset when he realized he couldn't rape
Ford, he then beat her and scratched at her. She was beaten and badly scratched all over her body.
When the Catholic Church found out because Ford told her parents and couldn't hide her physical abuse, the Catholic Church
told Christine that Bret was a good boy who made a mistake and he didn't mean to do it. The Catholic Church protected him
just like they protect their pedophile priests.
Now this whole Yale law school scandal with stupid illuminati tiger mom Amy Chua shows us how horrible Kavanaugh is.
Not only do we see what an absolute shit bag Kavanaugh is but we see how evil Justice Kennedy is. Kavanaugh's job was to
find clerks for Kennedy. Kavanaugh was enforcing his "model looks" policy for Kennedy.
We also see how evil Yale Law School is. Yale university is a slave owning Jewish illuminati Institution. Yale is the home
of Skull and Bones. They have always been the worst Satanists at Yale. You can see how evil they are even at the Law School
level. Amy Chua believes that her duaghter should suck dick to get ahead. The Yale Law School is essentially telling women
they aren't lawyers, they're prostititutes. If they want a good job, they should learn how to whore themselves out. Amy Chua
is even happy if her own daughter is a whore - that's apparently what it means to be a tiger mom.