Disgraced Former Baylor President Ken Starr Has A Spot On Donald Trump's Staff If He Wants It, Obviously
TheBigLead- Ken Starr was the president of Baylor University until last summer when the two parties agreed to a “mutual separation” in the wake of an investigation into sexual assault allegations against multiple players. Some Baylor alumni still stand by Starr so they’ll be happy to know he’s in line for a spot in Donald Trump’s administration. According to Foreign Policy, Starr is a front-runner for ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom. The job is apparently his if he wants it.
I feel like I could stop typing this very second and let the jokes write themselves. I wanted to say something to the effect of "well, he certainly has experience lending a helping hand to pussy grabbers", but anyone that has paid any attention to what happened at Baylor under the "watchful" (Also See: willfully blind) eye of Ken Starr already had that thought go through their head as they read the headline.
The man that was partly responsible for a college football program turning into a third world country where non-consensual sex is decriminalized/enabled has an open invite to oversee international religious freedoms. Just perfect. Now granted, the President he could potentially be working for literally just tried to compromise international affairs and national religious freedoms, but that actually seems like a good fit for the former Baylor President who successfully comprised the safety of women by blissfully whistling in the opposite direction while they got sexually assaulted. In the sense that Ken Starr completely lacks ethics and has no problem failing to uphold the responsibilities enlisted to him by an empty title, this is actual the perfect hire!
Look at him raising that right hand like he's capable of deciphering the whole truth from the heaping load of bullshit used to exonerate himself. It takes a real subhuman son of a bitch to do that, and I can't think of anyone better suited to justify unconstitutional legislation than the man who justified 53 rapes and countless other crimes in the pursuit of a Big 12 championship. Start him slow and in no time he'll be able to take the reigns on the 'Supervisor of Basic Human Rights' position as his boss outlaws abortion and birth control, and his former players face the belated discipline that he was negligent in administering!