Meet the radical DOJ lawyers who gave us the transgender bathroom ruling


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Meet the radical DOJ lawyers who gave us the transgender [gender fluid, not transgender] bathroom ruling. (Remember the Dept of Education was behind this also.)

If we don’t elect Hillary Clinton, all of these leftist radicals can be transferred. Keep in mind that these are the kind of people Hillary will appoint to the Supreme Court of the United States. She will be pushed to do it by the now-powerful Bernie Sanders and the still-powerful Barack Obama even if she doesn’t want to do it.

The Civil Rights Division, filled with unelected and radical lawyers, exercises enormous power over the everyday lives of Americans in employment, education, housing, religious liberty, abortion, prisons, policing, and so much more.

The radical beliefs of these radical lawyers have turned into radical administration policies.

They are revolutionaries.

In PJ Media’s Every Single One series in 2011, they detailed the hiring of each of these radicals that have turned our culture upside down and one in which small minorities rule. They also provided the resumes of the new lawyers who will oversee the 2016 elections.

The most recent event is the bathroom law in North Carolina and here are the lawyers from PJ Media.

Chief Delora Kennebrew

The Employment Section is headed by Delora Kennebrew, president of the Black Law Student Association at Mercer University’s law school in Macon.

Under Kennebrew, the department has pursued case after case against fire departments and other municipal entities, forcing them to abandon qualification tests where blacks and Hispanics scored lower than whites. Other settlements have forced municipalities to pay tens of thousands of dollars for using qualification tests for fire and police jobs.

One case she oversaw against Austin, Texas, forced the city to set aside 30 jobs for black and Hispanic applicants.

Kennebrew is listed as the point of contact in the letter North Carolina received from the Justice Department this month. That means she is the central manager on the matter.


Candyce Phoenix

Candyce Phoenix is also on the complaint suing North Carolina.

Her resume noted her senior thesis was devoted to a “case study of race and FedEx field,” the football stadium where the Washington Redskins play.

You can read her writings here. Her favorite topics? Race, race, and race.

In a column titled “Hear Ye, Hear Ye, All Negroes,” she wrote about President George Bush’s “bogus” visit to Howard University:

[Bush] was ecstatic to be able to visit the Negroes on such an important occasion. Needless to say, Bush was not well received, which was to be expected given his recent two percent approval rating among African Americans. One of my classmates said it best when she complained that having Bush on campus was “like inviting the master to the slave cabins for dinner.”

There’s more at PJ Media.


Candyce Phoenix

Aside from her critical race studies, she served as the “United Students of Color Campus Liaison” at Columbia.

She served as the events chair for the American Constitution Society, a left-wing lawyers club trying to compete with the Federalist Society.

She worked with the left-wing “Election Protection” organization, which funnels potential plaintiffs toward civil rights organizations, and did a stint with the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, trying to fight for voter laws that would corrupt the vote.

After a Danish cartoonist was nearly murdered by an Islamist with an axe, Phoenix wrote to the Washington Post:

[D]o Muslims really have avenues to express their discontent by what we consider normal democratic means? And if they do, do we listen?


Alisa Philo

Philo, hired in October 2015, was co-president of Women of Stanford Law, an organization with a “Social Justice Committee” that organizes “donation based efforts and social justice programing” at Stanford Law School. She clerked for First Circuit Court of Appeal Judge Sandra Lynch (appointed by Clinton) and federal Judge Keith Ellison (Clinton) – both radicals.


Nadia Said

Said was a fellow at Equal Justice America, she spent at the Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights.

The Chicago Lawyers’ Committee was originally designed to end official discrimination, but it has since morphed into a Tides Foundation, Soros-funded leftist organization pushing radical legal theories.


Christina Cheung

Christina Cheung says she worked as a political consultant , became a Hillary Clinton donor and worked with the leftist Gloria Allred, known as a lawyer who will conjure up victims against Republican candidates.

She was involved in so-called campus sexual assault cases in a complaint that said colleges are required to “take proactive measures to prevent sexual harassment and violence,” and that “the mere presence” of an accused perpetrator on campus “gives rise to a sexually hostile atmosphere.”


Richard Sexton

Sexton came to the Justice Department from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commision. While at the EEOC, he brought cases against businesses such as Service Master, Terminix, Subway franchises, and prison management companies.


Catherine Sellers

Sellers worked at “Legal Voice,” a group in Seattle dedicated to “transgender rights,” “protecting reproductive justice,” and “advancing economic justice.”

In her resume, Sellers wrote:

Recruited diverse student groups to co-host gallery events and organized “Yale Liberal Party debate on art repatriation, Day With(out) Art” event recognizing LBGT artists and a collaborative tour focusing on women’s issues.

She was involved in the Immigrant Families Advocacy Project, a group dedicated to providing legal services to illegal aliens. Some of her resume was redacted by the DoJ because they don’t want you to know.


Kunti Dudakia Salazar

Kunti Dudakia Salazar is a leftist with a summa cum laude with a Woman’s Studies degree from UCLA. There, she was active in both the African student union as well as the Indian student union. She also won the Constance Coiner award for “research on feminist/working class issues.”

At law school in Berkeley, she was a founding member of the “Women of Color Collective,” a group dedicated to providing “a supportive space for African-American, Asian-American, Latina, Native-American, and other women and transgender students of color.”

The Facebook page for the organization toggles between farce and frightening, reframing the student experience through the lens of race and oppression.

She also worked for the Henderson Center for Social Justice on issues “regarding black women, mental health and incarceration,” and served as the “activist coordinator” for the “Berkeley Critical Race Studies Scholars Society.”

The Justice Department also redacted her interests, as well as the name of a professor — David Sklansky — with whom she worked on a law review article.

Barack Obama has already taken over the courts:

While No One Was Watching, Obama Took Control of the Courts

Read more here…

h/t Gary Spina