The Long (White) Arm of the Law

Rare Picture of Jefferson Beauregard ‘Stonewall’ Sessions III wearing a black robe.

Jefferson Beauregard ‘Stonewall’ Sessions’ Justice Department is finally getting off their mark and going to do some, um, justice stuff you guys!

Report: Justice Dept. to probe affirmative action in college admissions

Oh. Wait.

The Trump administration plans to use resources from the Justice Department civil rights division to investigate and sue universities over affirmative action admissions policies that may put white applicants at a disadvantage, the New York Times reported Tuesday.

The DOJ division is looking for lawyers to work on a new project investigating and potentially litigating cases “related to intentional race-based discrimination in college and university admissions,” according to an internal document obtained by the Times.

It appears the project will be run by political appointees rather than career civil servants, the Times also surmised from its reading of the internal announcement.

Given that most US Colleges and Universities look as if they were composed of Yetis eating coconut cake in a snowstorm starring Tilda Swinton as the professor, this is where Sessions is looking for discrimination? Separate-but-equal civil rights? Egads, the mind, it boggles.

We can only guess some GOP donors’ kids with barely double-digit IQs were turned down until mumsies and daddums coughed up a new wing for the lieberry, or endowed a Trump Seat for Bigly Tweet Storm Studies, and they want to get to the bottom of it.

Will no one consider the feelings of future Lenny, Squiggy and Ivanka Chip and Muffy? All they want is to go to Spring Break like regular white kids. Is that too much to ask?


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One Response to The Long (White) Arm of the Law

  1. RobGinChicago says:

    Wearing a black robe? Why, was his white hooded robe stained with blood and in the wash?


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