Former Trump advisor Sebastian Gorka went to the Values Voters Summit last week and claimed that he can be more effective as a private citizen than from inside the White House.
"The Left has no idea how much more damage we can do to them as private citizens," he told the crowd.
Laurence Tribe, a law professor at Harvard, a university which used to be respected, wasn't a fan of that comment. Apparently, he now wants to... meet him by the flag pole for a fight?
Bring it on, Gorka: make my day. Last time I broke a guy’s chin was in the 8th grade, when the asshole made an antiSemitic slur. https://t.co/xqqHzIGXJS— Laurence Tribe (@tribelaw) October 16, 2017
At the time of this writing, Tribe has Tweeted six times since that one, and every one of those was about Donald Trump. Obsessed much? The answer is "yes." He is forever talking anti-Trump, and was even part of drafting a lawsuit against him. He has also gone all-in on impeachment. As Gene Healy put it in the National Review:
Unfortunately, Trump’s election seems to have rattled Tribe hard enough to knock loose both his constitutional standards and his sense of proportion. The dean of con-law professors has spent the administration’s opening months frantically hurling charges at Trump, and managing mainly to impeach his own reputation in the process.
If his reputation wasn't already in question, this bizarre tweet would have put it there. Good hire, Harvard.