Skip to comments.Stunner. Georgetown “Coed” Sandra Fluke Is a 30 Year-Old Women’s Rights Activist
Posted on 03/03/2012 2:06:10 PM PST by JohnKinAK
What a shock! It was all a BIG PRODUCTION! The Democrats token abused college coed is actually a 30 year-old hardcore womens rights activist.
Sandra Fluke is also the past president of Law Students for Reproductive Justice.
Jammie Wearing Fool reported:
I put that in quotes because in the beginning she was described as a Georgetown law student. It was then revealed that prior to attending Georgetown she was an active womens right advocate. In one of her first interviews she is quoted as talking about how she reviewed Georgetowns insurance policy prior to committing to attend, and seeing that it didnt cover contraceptive services, she decided to attend with the express purpose of battling this policy. During this time, she was described as a 23-year-old coed. Magically, at the same time Congress is debating the forced coverage of contraception, she appears and is even brought to Capitol Hill to testify. This morning, in an interview with Matt Lauer on the Today show, it was revealed that she is 30 years old, NOT the 23 that had been reported all along.
In other words, folks, you are being played. She has been an activist all along and the Dems were just waiting for the appropriate time to play her.
Unreal. This was all just a big dishonest Democrat ploy to take the attention off of Barack Obamas assault on religious freedom. It figures.
The Fraud in the White House sticks up for the Slutty Fraud who has no morality and treats her body like a toilet tissue-—and of course, the Fraud approves—just like the sodomy promoter who thinks “sodomy is good” and a “right”.
Hint: Zero—our Rights come from God in this country—not Barney Frank .
Part of the “Destroy Christian Ethics” team-—to destroy the Free Republic—all Founders knew that you destroy Virtue—and the Republic can not be free.
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First, let’s get out facts straight.
Here is the interview with Lauer. Wherein does she reveal she is really 30?
Here is a full transcript of the March 2 interview:
MATT LAUER: Sandra Fluke is with us now exclusively. Ms. Fluke, good morning to you. Thanks for joining us.
SANDRA FLUKE [GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY LAW STUDENT]: Good morning. I used to be one of those people outside the studio screaming with my mom, so it’s interesting to be on this side of the camera.
[ON-SCREEN HEADLINE: Contraception Controversy; Activist Criticized By Rush Limbaugh Speaks Out]
LAUER: It’s nice to have you here in this capacity. You didn’t start this debate but you lent your voice to it as you spoke publically about this issue. Before I get to the specifics of what’s happened in the last day or so, do you feel you’ve gotten more than you bargained for?
FLUKE: Well, it’s yeah. It’s certainly been a good bit, yes.
LAUER: These comments that were made by Rush Limbaugh about you, certainly derogatory. What was your first reaction when you heard the comments?
FLUKE: Well, I think my reaction was the reaction that a lot of women have had when historically they’ve been called these types of names and that really I think a lot of women across America have had to this and that was initially to be to be stunned by it, but then to quickly feel outraged and very upset that, again, on, you know, the first day of women’s history month, on that day, a woman is being called these names in an attempt to silence me, to silence all of us from speaking about the health care that we need.
LAUER: He made the first comments about you a couple days ago. And when given an opportunity, I guess, to backtrack or apologize for them yesterday, instead he doubled down. Having said this, this is Rush Limbaugh, and this is what he does for a living. He makes comments, in my opinion, that he hopes will get more people to talk about him, more people to listen to his radio show or buy his books. This is kind of his business model. But having said that, are you surprised at what seems to be a deafening silence coming from the right in standing up for you?
FLUKE: Well, I do want to make sure everyone understands that this wasn’t just one man who said these things. There was actually many conservative commentators on several major broadcast networks who did make these types of comments. And I would really encourage people to look into that. Because I think it’s a very important thing for us to think about, that in our society, in certain sectors, this is evidently still acceptable. And that’s just very problematic.
LAUER: This issue has has been described in different ways. It’s been described as an issue of religious freedom, of women’s health, of government intervention. How do you define it?
FLUKE: I think this is about women’s health. That’s what it’s always been about for me. And that’s what it’s about for the many, many Americans who are e-mailing me constantly, telling me how important it is to them. For them and for me, this is about accessible, affordable access to a basic health care service that prevents medical disasters and unplanned pregnancies.
LAUER: As you know, the Senate rejected the Blunt Amendment on Thursday. Where do you see this issue going?
FLUKE: Well, it is fantastic that the Blunt Amendment was defeated. Unfortunately there are still bills being discussed in both the House and the Senate, as well as in the legislatures of many, many states to restrict women’s access to this important health care need. So unfortunately it doesn’t seem like this is an argument that is over.
LAUER: Sandra Fluke. Sandra, thank you again for your time this morning. It was nice to have you on the show.
FLUKE: Thank you for having me.
LAUER: And by the way, David Gregory will have more on the battle over birth control and the Super Tuesday races on Meet the Press this coming Sunday. His guests, GOP hopeful Newt Gingrich, House Republican leader Eric Cantor, and DNC chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz.
End of transscript:
She made no such statement
NO WAY DID HE CAVE!!!
He PLAYED them!!!HA. HA.
He stated political messages of the conservatives and then essentially said, “Sorry I called you a slut.sorry I used that word.”
Practically infertile anyway. And that's if she were interested in men.
If true, it confirms my previously lukewarm opinion of RL.
He had it right the first time .. and info since unearthed only magnifies her fraud .. and chose to puss out for the sake of a few gutless advertisers.
She may be 30, as this from Georgetown itself says she apparently received her BS in 2003, (see last line) but this WAS NOT covered in her Lauer interview. She has, however, been clearly involved in radical issues for years.
Sandra Flukes professional background in domestic violence and human trafficking began with Sanctuary for Families in New York City. There, she launched the agencys pilot Program Evaluation Initiative. While at Sanctuary, she co-founded the New York Statewide Coalition for Fair Access to Family Court, which after a twenty-year stalemate, successfully advocated for legislation granting access to civil orders of protection for unmarried victims of domestic violence, including LGBTQ victims and teens. Sandra was also a member of the Manhattan Borough Presidents Taskforce on Domestic Violence and numerous other New York City and New York State coalitions that successfully advocated for policy improvements impacting victims of domestic violence.
As the 2010 recipient of the Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles Fran Kandel Public Interest Grant, she researched, wrote, and produced an instructional film on how to apply for a domestic violence restraining order in pro per. She has also interned with the Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking; Polaris Project; Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County; Break the Cycle; the Domestic Violence Legal Empowerment and Appeals Project; NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund; Crime Victim and Sexual Assault Services; and the Human Services Coalition of Tompkins County.
Through Georgetowns clinic programs, Sandra has proposed legislation based on fact-finding in Kenya regarding child trafficking for domestic work, and has represented victims of domestic violence in protection order cases. Sandra is the Development Editor of the Journal of Gender and the Law, and served as the President of Law Students for Reproductive Justice, and the Vice President of the Womens Legal Alliance. In her first year, she also co-founded a campus committee addressing human trafficking. Cornell University awarded her a B. S. in Policy Analysis & Management, as well as Feminist, Gender, & Sexuality Studies in 2003.”
An apology was neither necessary nor appropriate. God bestowed upon us the gift of sex in order that we might multiply. God is cheated and His will is defiled by the use of contraceptives. Having sex divorced from the possibility of procreation is like spitting in the face of God. Rush is wrong to apologize and by doing so he is tacitly endorsing slutty behaviors.
The slut Fluke is a spinster as well
Agreed. She did not discuss her age. But please see post # 10. A Bachelors from Cornell in 2003 says that she is about 30. Unless you believe she got the degree at age 14, and a Lord Kelvin she is not!
From MAN AND TRANSPORTATION:
Subchapter: How to Drive Fast on Drugs While Getting Your Wing-Wang Squeezed and Not Spill Your Drink.
♪♪♪ A slut is a slut, of course, of course,
And no one can talk to a slut of course
That is, of course, unless the slut is the trashy Sandra Fluke.
Why does a 30yr old lesbian lib-dem SLUT need contraception, anyway?
Yes, she is just a Democrat whore.
It's been my experience that "women's rights advocates" don't really care about any women's issues, except for the fringe radical issues. When I was in grad school, I used to get emails fairly regularly from a "graduate women student's group" inviting me to come to their meetings to "discuss issues of interest to women." None of their issues actually were of interest, and the issues that I cared about were never discussed.
You won’t hear any of this from David Gregory, George Stepanopolas or....... Peggy Noonan!
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