If you were invited to an event like this, what would you expect going in? It was exactly like that.

The College Fix reports:

Yale ‘Studies’ professors hold discussion about 2016 election, and it goes just as you’d expect

At Yale last evening, the Center for the Study of Race, Indigeneity and Transnational Migration held a forum about “intersectionality in the 2016 election” featuring academics from across the school’s “Studies” departments.

You can probably guess how it went … given that the panel was comprised of “five Yale professors with expertise in the spheres of gender, race and philosophy.”

For example, as reported by the Yale Daily News, Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies professor and “enthusiastic Hillary Clinton supporter” Laura Wexler discussed the “struggle” the former Secretary of State faces “representing herself as a capable president.”

Wexler began her turn by displaying numerous “unflattering” images of Clinton that have made the rounds on the internet, supposedly as evidence of the Democratic candidate’s “struggles.”

Because there’s a distinct shortage of unflattering images of Donald Trump out there, right?

Speaking of Mr. Trump, here’s more from the article:

Chris Lebron, a professor of African American Studies and philosophy, said there is a “decency problem” in the United States. He spoke about the recent shooting of Terrence Crutcher, a 40-year-old African-American man, by police officers and said that Crutcher is one of hundreds of black people who have fallen victim to police violence. Lebron said he was not sure that either of the candidates represents decency, but said Trump is not decent man in the least.