Watch: CUNY Law School commencement speaker calls laws "white supremacy" in anti-American speech, calls fellow lawyers to "the fight against capitalism, racism, imperialism, and Zionism"
· May 30, 2023 ·

Just in case you were hopeful about the Trump case or the Daniel Penny case in New York, take a minute and realize what this current generation of lawyers and judges are being taught.

This speaker at a City University of New York commencement address, Fatima Mousa Mohammed, spent her time on stage re-emphasizing what these students were taught in law school: Laws are racist and white supremacist and America is evil:

The law is a manifestation of white supremacy that suppresses and continues to suppress people in this nation and around the world...

This is an APPLAUSE line at this institution. She had to pause to be interrupted by a group of graduates thunderously applauding that LAW is white supremacy.

CUNY posted this speech, took it down, then, when wokies demanded they put it back, they put it back.

There were A LOT of other insane things said during Mohammed's speech.

"The revolution that lives so loudly despite not being televised. No longer are we going to capitulate to oppressors. No longer are we going to put our hope in their depraved consciousness."

Mohammed called for "liberation" in light of "the murder of Black men like Jordan Neely by a White man on the MTA," claiming it was "dignified by politicians."

The speaker then called for the graduating class to dismantle capitalism. "The joy and excitement that fills the auditorium... may it be the fuel for the fight against capitalism, racism, imperialism and Zionism around the world."

This is what we are producing in Universities across the US, wherever DEI and wokeness are enshrined.

It's anti-Americanism and pro-wokeness all the way down.

Here's the entire context:

It's shocking to actually hear it, but not at all a shock that it was said:

The absolute state of our colleges and universities in America.

These are your new lawyers and judges. I certainly would not want to get on the wrong side of the law in New York.

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