I must say it. What really narks the hell out of me about this Tropper thing is the way people are coming to his defense. Now, that post that I put up from a certain Yeshivish man I didn't name. I was at this Yeshivish person's Shabbos table shortly after my conversion and the topic was brought up about conversion. The conversation was quickly turned to how, "if they do this and that...." and essentially supporting the idea that a conversion can be revoked. Someone else at the table said, "but, what if they were observant the whole time?" No problem! We just dunk them again.
This is, of course, highly unfair and highly against halachah. The reason why converts are upset even if they are observant is that we shouldn't have to live in fear. What if someone decides they don't like my rabbi down the line? Will I be questioned?
Furthermore, this Yeshivish man is the same one who cast his doubt on converts but, judged favorably Mr. Tropper that perhaps he didn't do it. Ok, that might be fair... but, perhaps the convert didn't do anything wrong.
See, when they feel it's one of their own..... they want to be machmir to judge favorably. However, since converts are forever viewed as outsiders, they decide it is mutar to stick it to us.
Dude, it's not my fault Hashem put my neshama into a goyisha body.