Americans and lawmakers were stunned today when during round two of the Democrat Party’s impeachment sham, one of the Democrat’s key witnesses, the angry, leftist Stanford professor, Pamela Karlan, ripped into 13-year-old Barron Trump.

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After First Lady Melania Trump called out the angry feminist professor, she offered a half-baked apology that included another insult directed at Melania’s husband, President Trump.

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Many are wondering what could have caused the Stanford law professor to attack a 13-year-old boy? A 2006 video that’s been unearthed, may offer an explanation for her embarrassing behavior.

In 2006, Stanford law professor Pamela Karlan – the Democrats’ “constitutional expert” in the Judiciary Committee hearings – launched into a scathing tirade against white people in a 2006 speech to the American Constitution Society.

“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.”

Hmmm…sounds like she’s describing President and First Lady Melania Trump’s 13-year-old, “white,” “rich,” “pampered,” “son of the powerful” Barron Trump.

“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.”

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