Stanford Law Dean of Equity Who Sparked Fury by Challenging Conservative Judge Brags About Her Behavior and Refuses to Apologize
A Stanford Law dean of equity who sparked fury after challenging a Trump-appointed judge during a school protest has broken her silence and refuses to apologize.
Tirien Steinbach has broken his silence in an opinion piece for the Wall Street Journal where he boasts about his behavior.
Earlier this month, Judge Duncan was greeted with posters along the walls of the prestigious university, saying it had committed crimes against women, gays, blacks and “trans people” in reference to the case.
In early March, he was asked by the student chapter of the conservative Federalist Society to give a speech at the famed law school about the Circuit Court of Appeals, but was met with insults.
Steinbach, associate dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, intervened during the yelling, but instead of calming the students down, she began to lecture Judge Duncan for six minutes using pre-prepared notes.
Tirien Steinbach has broken his silence in an opinion piece for the Wall Street Journal where he boasts about his behavior
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