Ultra-woke, pro-abortion Yale law students are taking to social media and calling for their fellow classmates to engage in “unrelenting daily confrontation” with conservative students following the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion.

In the typical liberal manner, Yale law students posted to their now-private Instagram accounts calling for their conservative classmates to be ostracized for their pro-life stances. The following posts were obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

One first-year law student, Shyamala Ramakrishna, posted on Instagram to encourage the harassment of the school’s Federalist Society members with “unrelenting daily confrontation,” saying,

“The members of YLS [Federalist Society] are conspirators in the Christo-fascist political takeover we all seem to be posting frantically about… so why are they still coming to our parties/laughing in the library/roaming these weirdly high school-esque halls with precious few social consequences and without unrelenting daily confrontation? When they’d in theory allow (among others) their classmates to endure forced pregnancy? and in practice are studying for finals to secure exactly that future?”

Shyamala Ramakrishna’s Instagram story encouraging classmates to engage in confrontation with conservative students at Yale.


First-year Yale Law student, Shyamala Ramakrishna

Another law student, Melisa Olgun, posted to Instagram saying,

“neither the constitution nor the courts – nor the f***ing illusion of “democracy” – are going to save us.

how can we possibly expect a document drafted by wealthy, white, landowning men, to protect those who face marginalization that is the direct result of the very actions of the founders?

how can you uphold the validity of an entire legal discipline that is dedicated to upholding and honoring the intentions of the founders – who intentionally did not bother to codify rights for anyone other than themselves

conlaw is not going to save us. liberal “reform” is not going to save us.”

Melissa Olgun’s Instagram post


First-year Yale Law student Melissa Olgun

Leah Fessler, another first-year law student at Yale, wrote, “if you’re not ready to hold accountable the people and groups who at this very school produced the men who just took away women’s body autonomy, miss me with the commentary. democratic institutions won’t save us. it’s not time for “reform.”

Following the publication of these social media posts by the Washington Free Beacon, the students whose posts were publicized tried to use their law education to declare that the Free Beacon was “in no way authorized” to use their posts. “This was posted PRIVATELY, on a private story, and was clearly leaked to you,” Fessler said in an email to the news site.

Olgun followed suit, complaining that they “are in no way authorized to use it or my name in your story.”

However, Adam Candeub, an intellectual property expert at Michigan State University College of Law, called their argument “bulls***,” saying “It’s not clear copyright would even apply. I wonder what they’re teaching at Yale Law School.”

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