Former Dean of Vanderbilt Law School Edward Rubin claims to be a “constitutional scholar.”
He believes in the First Amendment…for himself.
Not apparently, though, for others.
The former dean of the Vanderbilt Law School, Professor Edward Rubin, threatened to shut down a pro-Israel demonstration as he is an American and not part of the “international Jewish conspiracy,” according to an email obtained by Campus Reform.
In the email, sent to Laurie Cardoza-Moore, president of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations(PJTN), a pro-Israel Christian organization, Rubin attacked Republicans and Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu, who he accused of opposing everything Rubin believes in when it comes to human rights, environmental issues, and social justice.
“As a strongly Jewish-identified American, and the son-in-law of an Auschwitz survivor, I want to let you know that I have become an opponent of Israel,” Rubin wrote in the email provided to Campus Reform.
“I have always regarded Israel as important, but I am not a member of an international Jewish conspiracy; I am an American,” Rubin also said. “Israel is trying to destroy my country, I no longer care about its welfare. I am a law professor, and I will contact the Mayor’s Office on Monday to see if there is any way that your demonstration can be prevented.”
International Jewish conspiracy?
Wow, Goebbels would be proud.