Email mocking Stanford’s Federalist Society nearly cost law student his diploma

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“satirical email about insurrection worries conservative group because it could easily be mistaken for an actual email from conservative group” – pretty much says it all about modern conservatism.


Sounds like cancel culture at work.


> people outside the school who saw the event email on social media thought the event was real Which says an awful lot about the Federalist Society. > harming the reputations of the group and its leaders. As if their reputation could get any lower.


Nearly is the new alleged. > the Federalist Society, is an organization of conservatives and libertarians that advocates for a textualist and originalist interpretation of the United States Constitution The irony is limitless here.


>”Senator Hawley will argue that the ends justify the means. Attorney General Paxton will explain that when the Supreme Court refuses to exercise its Article III authority to overturn the results of a free and fair election, calling on a violent mob to storm the Capitol represents an appropriate alternative remedy,” the mock flyer continued. I mean, was the satire *that* far off from the truth?