Dr. Helen

The Pussy Hat: A Symbol of Hate

A Judge Wears Feminist Symbol to Court, Raises Questions About Her ‘Fairness’ Toward Men — City Says It’s Legal:

Just over a week ago, thousands of women flooded the streets in cities all across the United States — and in several other countries — to march for equality, and against President Trump.

Many carried signs bearing slogans, and still more wore pink knitted hats with cat ears sewn into them, nicknamed “p***y hats”:…

But once the Women’s March was over, what became of all the hats? One appeared on the head of Travis County, Texas, Judge Sarah Eckhardt — while she sat in her courtroom.

And America wasn’t sure what kind of a message that sent to anyone — especially men — who might find themselves in Eckhardt’s court:…

But once the question was raised, ABC affiliate KVUE looked into the situation and reported:

In Travis County, the “County Judge” position is an elected role. The winner of the election oversees the commissioners court and is in many ways a commissioner themselves.

Similar to a City Council and mayor relationship, the County Judge acts as the head of the Commissioners and county government.

KVUE’s Jason Puckett reached out to multiple county departments to verify that this behavior was acceptable and found that almost every source he spoke with agreed – Eckhardt is in the clear.

The County Attorney officially said they have not received any sort of complaint at this time.

When asked to comment on the story, County Judge Eckhardt’s office said “No Comment”.

KVUE’s Puckett explained that Eckhardt, rather than functioning as a judge in the traditional sense, was more like the mayor of the county — and that she ran for and was elected to that position as a Democrat.

Okay, I see. She is a Democrat and therefore it’s okay to be a man-hater, got it. She should not be allowed to have men before her in a courtroom as one has to question whether or not she could possibly be fair or impartial. The hatred of men is so ingrained that that this liberal area doesn’t have a problem with a symbol of hate on a judge’s head.

Why can Eckhardt share her political views freely in the courtroom while Milo Yiannopoulos cannot even share his political views at a University?

We all know the answer.