Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Rebecca Bradley Was Apparently Obsessed With Gay Sex During Her College Years

How else do you explain her voluminous writings on the subject? Justice Bradley, seen above serving some Natasha Lyonne after a day at the dog groomer realness, was appointed to the Wisconsin Supreme Court by hairline-impaired Governor Scott Walker in 2015. Now she’s up for election to a full, ten-year term, and wouldn’t you know it, people starting digging up some good gossip on the judicial system’s Nicky from OITNB. Turns out, girlfriend was a less-than-compassionate conservative during her days as an undergrad at Marquette University. In 1992, Judge Nicky Nichols decided to let her hate flag fly and tell those damn homosexuals what she really thought of what they did behind closed doors via her school newspaper. Here are some of the choicest quotes from several articles she wrote during that time period:

“And no matter how much you petition the public about using condoms, those at risk – homosexuals, drug users, and promiscuous heterosexuals – are not exactly the responsible types who will heed your warning anyway, as evidenced by their irresponsible and immoral behavior in the first place.”

“94 percent [of people who contract AIDS] could have avoided AIDS by refraining from engaging in immoral and unhealthy behavior.”

“AIDS awareness [should not seek to encourage people] with their misdirected compassion for the degenerates who basically commit suicide through their behavior.”

Got that everyone? No butt stuff or blood transfusions for Justice Bradley. Also, if you catch a preventable disease, fuck you and hope you die soon. There’s lots more hate speech where that came from, but I can only transcribe so much before I need a RuPaul’s Drag Race palate cleanser.

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Bianca del Rio truly speaks for us all. Anyway, Judge Dipshit did apologize and say, “Sorry, not sorry” for being such a bigot. According to noted gay rights activist Friar Tuck – I mean, Governor Scott Walker – those writings don’t “reflect her views as a Supreme Court justice, a court of appeals judge, a circuit court judge or as an attorney.” That’s a relief! Wait, no it’s not, it’s the exact opposite of a relief. People in Wisconsin, you vote in April. Please tell this woman to GTFO, or in the words of Bianca del Rio:

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Photo Credits: Rick Wood, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Queerty

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