The Yolk Worn by a Big-Law Trump Supporter


A Bryan Cave associate in St. Louis recently penned an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal.

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  • Barbara Lyte

    Poor me, I was pelted by an egg because I planned to vote for a racist, sexist, xenophobe and blonde girls should not be treated like a minority in a city where they are. So, I think it makes me important that I voted for a man that is now on his way for completely disavowing the rule of law. Also, look at me, I‘m a winner!

  • Michele

    I agree with some who commented on the OpEd itself calling her out for this being a bit of a nonsense story. While I do not think that she should have been egged, any sympathy she gets from me dwindles as she goes on to dance the night away at a ball - in a gown, no less. I think you have shown a lot of restraint and grace in your response. As both a white person of privilege and a target of anti-Semitism, I roll my eyes at her painting herself a victim and at how she uses being "victimized" to further align herself with an administration determined to demolish anyone who doesn‘t look like her. The only color differences in that ball were the gowns - and as for the less obvious diversity, I stand more with any other minority in the world right now than the likes of Jared Kushner. This woman, this child, does not have a clue.

  • Charles Calvin

    The attack happened as she was "on her way to the inaugural ball," and she was only then deciding for whom to vote? Fortunately, it didn‘t make much difference at that point.

  • Pieter Van Tol

    That‘s how she decides for whom to vote?

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