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Beware the Feminist Activist Professor and Her Research Failures


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For They Have Caused Untold Damage to Society in the name of “Social Justice”


'A ruler who is establishing a kingdom or a republic, and is criticized for his deeds, including violence, should be excused when the intention and the result are beneficial to him.' Niccolo Machiavelli


If you pay a lot of money to attend college or university, you would hope that your professors might question their own claims and look at counter narratives so that you end up with a well rounded education. Recently, a few feminist professors have exposed their complete rejection of academic rigor in favour of flawed idealism for their cause and grants.


Since they/their academic institutions receive grants using public money, I have no problem calling them out. We should know where our taxpayer money is going, especially with escalating costs of higher education: Sally Kenney at Tulane University, Tania Tetlow (Tulane & Fordham), Rebecca Richman Cohen (Harvard), Michele Dauber (Stanford Law), Sharyn Potter (University of New Hampshire) are a few names I’ve come across.



Sally J Kenney


Sally J Kenney’s bio at Tulane University is quite hilarious and not one she should be proud of for the highlights she mentions. The Dartmouth Sexual Assault summit was heavily criticized for its failures to address due process and Dr David Lisak’s flawed statistics, which he admitted were extremely flawed. “Its On Us” is political lobby group tied to Blue Crab Strategies and Civic Nation and the DNC while “The Hunting Ground” is a tainted, racist piece of propaganda filled with several stories and statistics which have not only been debunked but have led to lawsuits.


Viewers of “The Hunting Ground” were asked to take the “Its On Us Pledge”. The film premiered at Sundance in January 2015 in a slot sponsored by George Soros’ “Open Societies”. The film’s executive producers include Jennifer Siebel Newsom who later accused Harvey Weinstein, the film’s distributor, of rape — but not until several years later and after she’d called Rose McGowan on behalf of Harvey Weinstein’s attorney David Boies to ask her how much money it would take to get her to back off allegations against Weinstein.


Later on, Kenney mentions that she worked with the Prout family and their non-profit “I have the Right To” - ihavetherightto.org - to block former New Hampshire AG Michael Delaney’s nomination to a judicial position on the First Circuit Court of Appeals.


Ironically the Prout family’s Government Affairs PR person, Dan Hill of hillimpact.com, who claims he was working all alone with Chessy Prout (recruited accuser of Owen Labrie whose high profile sexual assault arrest warrant was broadcast conveniently in the middle of the 2014 Dartmouth Sexual Assault Summit listed on Kenney’s resume) has now been shown up by Sally Kenney’s bio, in which she states she too was working with the Prout family. I wonder if she is a beneficiary of the $21 billion in Government contracts which Dan Hill boasts he helps his clients obtain using special ops tactics and stealth media?



Tania Tetlow


Tania Tetlow is currently the President of Fordham University. She was President of Loyola University in New Orleans, but she can be found on You Tube giving lectures at Tulane University, in which she states that when she was a prosecutor she told police that it didn’t matter if their investigations into sexual assault were biased.


She led the Domestic Violence Unit at Tulane from 2005–2014. She also states in these videos that they (activists feminists) need to get inside police departments, prosecutors’ offices, administrations in order to achieve a paradigm shift (funny how Sally Kenny uses the same lingo). Tetlow was part of a US State Department delegation sent to China in 2014 to advance the feminist agenda.


What a disaster — a believer in getting rid of due process heads to China. What could possibly go wrong? China has been pouring in millions into US universities and colleges via Confucius Institute Contracts. Kangaroo Courts are right up their street. They must love Tania Tetlow for doing their bidding.


In 2016, Tulane Chief of Staff Tania Tetlow was a former Federal Prosecutor. In the following clip (click here for the clip) she discusses how she trained New Orleans police detectives to work hand in hand with the Advocates, and she states that she told the detectives they are not the jury and do not have to be neutral in their investigations (in particular, list to the clip from 27:34 through to 30:34).



Rebecca Richman Cohen


Rebecca Richman Cohen is a Law Lecturer at Harvard when she’s not making documentaries or being sponsored by George Soros. Her latest documentary: Recall Reframedsmacks of a piece of crisis PR management for the Democratic Party, and Dem. Caucus Rep/Stanford Law Professor Michele Dauber, who was behind the recall of Judge Aaron Persky following the high profile sexual assault trial of the People v Brock Turner.


I’m not sure what “research” Ms Cohen did before she made the documentary, but, clearly, she didn’t read some of the very basic statements made by her participants, notably former Judge LaDoris Cordell who had stated that she thought Michele Dauber wrote the “Emily Doe” victim impact statement herself - not Chanel Miller, the real Emily Doe.


Rebecca Richman Cohen did a Q&A with a group called “Women Against the Registry” a couple of weeks ago after a screening of “Recall Reframed”. She was quite sure that Chanel Miller had written the Emily Doe victim impact statement. One wonders why she never questioned her participant, a former judge, LaDoris Cordell on this.


She didn’t even seem to be aware that many victim impact statements are written by activists and then read in court by the “victim”. It’s such common practice that a portion of the Emily Doe victim impact statement (which coincidentally Michele Dauber had shared with the film-makers of “The Hunting Ground” before it was read at sentencing) was plagiarized verbatim in the sentencing of another young man in another state who sits in prison currently and is alleged to be the third target of the same false accuser.


I guess Rebecca Cohen is just not interested in questioning propaganda (I assume because subscribing to it conjurs up the grants to make documentaries?) or looking into the trove of emails revealed in a 2019 Freedom Of Information Act quest by local journalists in Santa Clara County - who don’t enjoy the Ivory Tower grants & status that Ms Cohen uses to make her political film.


She defended Michele Dauber who specifically stated that she’d managed to get California sentencing laws changed in light of the People v Brock Turner (increasing them) for the Democratic Party but claimed that Michele Dauber was not a carceral white feminist. She maintained in the Q&A that that she made her film in response to carceral white feminists. So if Michele Dauber is not a carceral white feminist, who are the carceral white feminists to whom she is referring?



Michele Dauber


Stanford Law Professor Michele Dauber founded the “Enough Voter Movement” for which Amber Heard was a spokesperson. She instigated the Recall of Judge Persky in the wake of People v Brock Turner and she colluded behind the scenes of the trial with the Santa Clara County DA.


In addition, Michele Dauber co-drafted the unregulated “Dear Colleague” Title IX letter which Vice President Joe Biden launched at the University of New Hampshire on April 4, 2011, and which spawned a lucrative cottage industry for attorneys, social justice warrior non-profits and political PR companies recruiting “activists” and “ambassadors” along the way.


Dauber herself is a questionable character who appears to be carrying out a Machiavellian operation on a global scale. Machiavelli who, per Wikipedia,“notably said that a ruler who is establishing a kingdom or a republic, and is criticized for his deeds, including violence, should be excused when the intention and the result are beneficial to him”.


Michele Dauber was 17 and 4 months pregnant when she got married to a 32 year old musician. She, allegedly, has a history with alcoholism and has been accused of driving drunk with her children in the car. Nevertheless, she is a political fundraiser for the Democratic Committee of Silicon Valley and has a vengeance against “Shitty White Men”.


Her brother, Michael Landis Dauber, was incarcerated and is a sex offender registrant for alleged incest (although nobody knows if this is one of Michele Dauber’s many hoaxes). The records in Illinois are sealed. From online research, it would appear that Michele Dauber’s parents have taken a side with her brother and that there is a rift in the family — she has even referred to this. Others have called Michele Dauber “dangerous”. A petition which garnered several thousand signatures to have her removed from Stanford has been ignored. It would seem that she must be untouchable and an intelligence asset like Jeffrey Epstein - who apparently doesn’t qualify to be a “shitty white man” in her book.


Retired Palo Alto Judge LaDoris Cordell, a vocal opponent of the movement to unseat Judge Aaron Persky, has accused recall leader Michele Dauber of staging a mailed rape threat containing white powder, which caused two rooms at Stanford Law School to be evacuated yesterday (Feb. 14).“I’m glad that the powder was harmless. I also question the timing of all of this. This has the hallmarks of a publicity stunt,” Cordell said. “I say that because it is clear that the tide has turned.” Dauber said one of her former students opened the envelope, which appeared to have been mailed from the Boston area, to find the note reading, “Since you are going to disrobe Persky, I am going to treat you like ‘Emily Doe.’ Let’s see what kind of sentencing I get for being a rich white male.”



Sharyn Potter


Sharyn Potter is an Executive Director and Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of New Hampshire where the unregulated “Dear Colleague” Title IX letter, co-drafted by Stanford Law Professor Michele Dauber, was introduced in April 2011. She is also Co-Founder of the University’s Prevention Innovation Research Center which has received millions of dollars in grants for “Know Your Power” and “Bystander” training to address sexual violence.


Unfortunately, Sharyn Potter’s grants appear to have all come from the Department of Justice Office of Violence Against Women, and thus the bias in her solutions for ending sexual violence should be tossed out. The proof of the damage of her bias can be seen in the results in New Hampshire where sexual and domestic violence by females upon males (and females) upon children has been almost completely ignored or forgiven.


Title IX forbids gender bias on campus but due to a strategic partnership formed between the White House “Not Alone” task force in January 2014 and the University of New Hampshire. Sharyn Potter and her ideologists have become useful weapons for the non-profit and movement which preceded #MeToo — “Its on Us” — which is tied to both Blue Crab Strategies, Civic Nation (aka “United States of Women”) and Obama, Biden’s and Hillary Clinton’s PR company SKDK.


Sharyn Potter was present at the launch of the unregulated “Dear Colleague” Title IX launch in April 2011. She also spoke at the 2014 Dartmouth Sexual Assault summit, during which 18 year old St. Paul’s School scholarship student Owen Labrie’s arrest warrant was announced by the husband of her colleague Amanda Grady Sexton of the NHCADSV, which is officially partnered with Sharyn Potter’s UNH PIRC department.


Ms. Potter and Ms. Grady Sexton used the trial to implement “Bystander” training at St Paul’s School (there was inclusion of it in a statement made on the day of the verdict). It was so successful at rival prep school Phillips Exeter Academy that it resulted in a retired teacher being ostracized by the school and smeared in front of the community for a sexual assault his alleged victim claims never happened.


Sharyn Potter went on to form “Soteria Solutions” to market the trademarked “Know Your Power” and “Bystander” training. The company shares the exact same logo as Soteria Mutual Holdings in London and Luxembourg which are tied to the CCP linked Binance and Stephen Schwarzmann of BlackStone. Soteria Solutions, however, continues to be sold around the world. Universities and colleges might want to examine the Kool-Aid before they pay for and drink it.


By Claire Best


Claire Best heads Claire Best & Associates, an international talent agency representing some of the most respected names in the entertainment industry for film, television, and commercials that was established in 2010. She had 16 years of experience in the agency business as an owner, C.E.O. and C.O.O. before Claire Best & Associates. Prior to becoming an agent in 2002, Claire was a production executive at New Line Cinema and Fine Line Features where she oversaw the production of many well-known domestic and international feature films from 1996-2001. Claire has also produced and executive produced a number of award winning and critically acclaimed features, shorts, and documentaries. She is a voting member of B.A.F.T.A. and the Television Academy (see: clairebest.net).


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