Former Trump administration official Stephen Miller has preemptively declared war on any university that fails to abide by the Supreme Court’s affirmative action ruling.
On Friday he announced on Twitter that his law firm, America First Legal, has sent warning letters to 200 law schools threatening to file suit against them if they try to skirt around the high court’s decision Friday to strike down affirmative action.
“Today we sent a warning letter to the deans of 200 law schools around America telling them that they must obey the Supreme Court’s ruling striking down illegal racial discrimination and affirmative action,” he said in a Twitter video.
“If they try to violate, circumvent, bypass, subvert, or otherwise program around that ruling, we are going to take them to court; we are going to hold them to account,” he added.
BREAKING: @America1stLegal sent a legal threat letter to every law school in America: comply with the Supreme Court ruling on “affirmative action” — or see you in court.
If you’re a victim of discrimination call us at 1-877-AFL-5454 pic.twitter.com/BsUbaMYM1L
— Stephen Miller (@StephenM) June 30, 2023
In addition to making this announcement, Miller also published two of the letters — one to Harvard University Law School dean John F. Manning and one to the University of North Carolina (U.N.C.) School of Law dean Martin H. Brinkley.
He likely chose these two specific schools because, although the high court’s ruling applies to all law schools across the nation, Harvard and U.N.C. were the original defendants in the case.
“The Harvard and U.N.C. admissions programs cannot be reconciled with the guarantees of the equal protection clause,” the majority opinion written by Chief Justice John Roberts reads.
“Both programs lack sufficiently focused and measurable objectives warranting the use of race, unavoidably employ race in a negative manner, involve racial stereotyping and lack meaningful end points,” it continues.
— America First Legal (@America1stLegal) June 30, 2023
That said, both letters are virtually the same.
“It is unlawful for Harvard University Law School to flout the Constitution and the unambiguous command of Title VI by admitting students with lower LSAT scores and academic credentials than those demanded of others based on their race, sex, or national origin,” the letter to Harvard reads.
“It is unlawful for your school to violate Title VI, Title VII, and Title IX in its faculty hiring by discriminating in favor of female and minority faculty candidates at the expense of others. It is unlawful for your school to allow their student-run journals to give discriminatory preferences to women and minorities in membership and article selection,” it adds.
The letter continues with Miller demanding Harvard cut the crap IMMEDIATELY.
“You must immediately announce the termination of all forms of race, national origin, and sex preferences in student admissions, faculty hiring, and law review membership or article selection. And you must, before the start of the next academic school year, announce an official policy that prohibits all components of the law school from giving preferential treatment to anyone because of that individual’s race, national origin, or sex,” the letter reads.
“There are those within and outside your institutions who will tell you that you can develop an admissions scheme through pretext or proxy to achieve the same discriminatory outcome. Anyone telling you such a thing is coaching you to engage in illegal conduct in brazen violation of a Supreme Court ruling, lawbreaking in which you would be fully complicit and thus fully liable. You are hereby warned,” it continues.
— America First Legal (@America1stLegal) June 30, 2023
All this comes after the high court’s decision Friday to nix President Joe Biden’s unconstitutional plan to forgive millions in student loan debt.
“In a stinging defeat for President Joe Biden, the Supreme Court blocked the administration’s student loan forgiveness plan Friday, rejecting a program aimed at delivering up to $20,000 of relief to millions of borrowers struggling with outstanding debt,” CNN reported.
“The decision was 6-3 with Chief Justice John Roberts writing for the conservative supermajority. Roberts said the government needed direct authorization from Congress. ‘The question here is not whether something should be done; it is who has the authority to do it,” CNN added.
Ever since Trump left office, Miller has been instrumental in using the courts to fight back against leftist overreach.
Most recently, his law firm filed a complaint with the Justice Department in March accusing President Biden’s son Hunter of having violated the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) by failing to register as a foreign agent.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) March 4, 2023
A month later, America First Legal filed a civil rights complaint against the maker of M&Ms alleging that the chocolate giant was engaging in discriminatory hiring and training practices.
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