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“…Now I know he went to Yale, I think, or Harvard, one of those, one of those fancy ones…” – Claire McCaskill (D), on Josh Hawley (r) – August 17, 2017

Josh Hawley (r) [2016 file photo].

On Friday:

Josh Hawley @HawleyMO
My statement on Yale Law School’s policy of discrimination against religious students and faith-based groups
5:27 PM – 5 Apr 2019

Wait, what? Yale University Law School? In New Haven, Connecticut? One of those fancy ones? Not located in Missouri?

Three of the comments explain a little more:

The Yale policy applies to those who work for organizations that do not support the full range of civil rights, like the right to marry the human adult you want to. So, try facts before you tweet. @YaleLawSch

I’m sure #horseface Hawley knows the facts, but probably just didn’t have enough space on The Twitter to fully explain that he thinks it’s perfectly fine to discriminate based on his religious beliefs.

And yet we allow faith based organizations to discriminate at will because “it’s their right”

Ah, it’s really about the right wingnut republican cult of victimization and just so much pearl clutching.

Missouri. Connecticut. Different states.