On Episode 58 of War Room: Impeachment hosts Jason Miller and Raheem Kassam dissect two constitutional experts chosen by Democrats to testify during the House Judiciary Committee’s public hearing: Pamela Karlan and Noah Feldman.
Host Jason Miller describes how “maybe on paper they look good, but they are very left of center, very liberal, very well-published legal jurists who absolutely at their core hate President Trump and everything that he stands for and that showed through right away.”
Let’s look at Pamela Karlan, or the “Fiona Hill of today, the torchbearer as far as the Judiciary Committee is concerned” according to Kassam.
Who exactly is this Stanford law professor?
She was a “donor to Elizabeth Warren and previous big donor to Hillary Clinton” and “was considered for a possible Supreme Court pick by President Obama and was the [hard left’s] choice.”
Her unfettered left-wing partisanship goes further than that, however. Here are more examples of her “not just anti-trump, not just anti-conservative” but “overly racist and anti-white” world view.
While speaking at an American Constitution Society for Law and Policy event in 2006, she goes on a tirade against straight, white men:
“We have to seize back the high ground on patriotism and on love of our country, because we have more reason than they do to love America,” she told a fawning, liberal audience.
“The rich, pampered, prodigal, sanctimonious, incurious, white, straight sons of the powerful do pretty well everywhere in the world, and they always have.
“But what about us? Snarky, bisexual, Jewish women who want the freedom to say what we think, read what we want, and love who we do.”
Kassam questions why “she’s saying that bisexual Jewish women have more right to love America than white people do. Why is it a trade off? Why can’t everyone just love America? Why does she have to attack white people?”
Despite this blatant racism, Karlan was promoted to Chair of ACS Board of Directors.
This is just the “tip of the iceberg for some of the crazy she’s dished out over the years” according to Miller.
She’s also vocally anti-Trump.
In a 2017 American Constitution Society panel discussion, Karlan proudly professes her contempt towards the president:
“I came in from the airport yesterday and I got off the bus from Dulles down at L’Enfant Plaza and I walked up to the hotel and as I was walking past what used to be the old post office building and is now Trump hotel… I had to cross the street, of course,” she said.
“Are you staying there?” Neil Siegel, a fellow panelist, asked.
Karlan responded, “God, no! Never!”
She was eager to impeach President Trump before he was even sworn into office.
War Room researcher Jack Maxey explained on the show: “She’s quoted in an article in the SF Chronicle in December of 2016 saying:
“If he invades a country because they put windmills outside his golf course, that would be a conflict of interest. If he decides not to enforce labor laws to protect workers at Trump casinos that is a violation of the oath of office. There is a difference between having a king and a president. But even if Trump did any of those things, he wouldn’t be prosecuted. The only recourse would be impeachment.”
Noah Feldman’s record is equally disturbing but in an entirely different way. He exalts Shariah Law, which Kassam describes as “Islamic legal system which allows women to be treated as second class citizens to have to have 4 people corroborate a woman’s claim if she is raped, apostasy leads to the death sentence.”
Feldman believes “Islamic law offered the most liberal and humane legal principles available anywhere in the world” according to an op-ed he wrote for the New York Times, “Why Shariah.”
He continues: “It sometimes seems as if we need Shariah as Westerners have long needed Islam,” asking “how is it that what so many Westerners see as the most unappealing and premodern aspect of Islam is, to many Muslims, the vibrant, attractive core of a global movement of Islamic revival?”
It’s clear the Democrat’s so-called “constitutional experts” are not neutral arbiters of fact but rather radical activists playing a crucial part in this effort to take down a duly elected president.
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