Response to imaginary critics

This post is going to claim, without evidence, the following:
1) Legal academics frequently complain about the way law journals run their article selection process.
2) The vast, vast majority of legal academics were on a journal when they attended law school.
3) The legal academics who both complain and were on a journal do not go on to disparage their own skill at article selection.
4) While it is possible that journal editors who go on to be legal academics were systemically better article selectors than other law review editors, I see no reason to believe it.
This post just claimed the preceding.