Orchestrating More Fraud And Deceit

First question: how did he know where to call her if this was not part of a broader set-up?

Fluke said later, “He is really a very kind man, he just called to express concern for me, and to make sure I WAS ok.” That statement was no doubt for the benefit of women, who will probably vote for this fraudster a second time, because he is so kind and caring.

Now let us get to the background on this supposedly 23 year old law student.

Sandra Fluke’s Appearance Is No Fluke

Posted by Just a Grunt on

Mar 02, 2012 at

10:49 am

For me the interesting part of the story is the ever-evolving “coed”. 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 women’s right advocate. In one of her first interviews she is quoted as talking about how she reviewed

Georgetown’s insurance policy prior to committing to attend, and seeing that it didn’t 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.

While she is described as a “third year law student” they always fail to mention that she is also the past president of Law Students for Reproductive Justice.

Further background research on Ms Fluke reveals that she got her start in government in

New York in 2009.

Sandra Fluke’s professional background in domestic violence and human trafficking began with Sanctuary for Families in

New York City. There, she launched the agency’s 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 President’s 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.


Georgetown’s 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 Women’s Legal Alliance. In her first year, she also co-founded a campus committee addressing human trafficking.


University awarded her a B. S. In Policy Analysis & Management, as well as Feminist, Gender, & Sexuality Studies in 2003.

My question is, how does someone go from being a champion of domestic violence issues to an expert of women’s reproductive health issues?

The next question is, why the heck should we as taxpayers be forced to pay for her birth control pills?

Sandra if you can’t pay for your own pills, try abstinence!

Georgetown is a


University, and Ms Fluke knew that before she decided to attend, and further , she knew that Contraceptives were not included in the insurance offered as the Catholic Church does not condone it.

She enrolled for the express purpose of picking this fight, and is no doubt being aided and abetted by the Democratic Party (hello Pelosi).

Stir the pot some more Ms. Fluke, and we will see how much more about you turns up.




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