When you give someone honors they do not deserve, they will come to hate their co-honorees and they will come to hate you — because you all remind them of how inadequate they truly are.
(Much like how Michelle Obama has come to hate Oprah Winfrey, the woman who arguably put her in the White House.)
Barack Obama (affirmative action student, Columbia and Harvard Law):
“You’ll see — I’ll cut this place down to size.”
Michelle Obama (affirmative action student, Harvard Law School):
“@#$% all of you — especially you, Oprah.”
Elizabeth “Sitting Bullsh-t” Warren (affirmative action hire, Harvard Law School):
“How. I mean, how the hell did Harvard hire me?”
We all know the fraud of the Obamas. But take a look at the scholastic fraud of Elizabeth Warren:
In 1991, Rutgers Professor Phillip Schuchman reviewed Warren’s co-authored 1989 book “As We Forgive Our Debtors: Bankruptcy and Consumer Credit in America” in the pages of the Rutgers Law Review, a publication Warren once edited. Schuchman found “serious errors” which result in “grossly mistaken functions and comparisons.”
Warren and her co-authors had drawn improper conclusions from “even their flawed findings,” and “made their raw data unavailable” to check, he wrote. “In my opinion, the authors have engaged in repeated instances of scientific misconduct.”
The work “contains so much exaggeration, so many questionable ploys, and so many incorrect statements that it would be well to check the accuracy of their raw data, as old as it is,” Schuchman added.
“I guess what we’re not ready to do is to have a different standard,” Clark told the Record.
Warren is the only law school professor there who did not graduate from a top-ten law school.