College Student Threatened by Teacher’s Union After Taping Prof’s Indoctrination Rant

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A student is in danger of being sued for taping his professor in an anti-Trump rant, MRC TV reported. Students are not only being indoctrinated, they can’t put the truth out in the public domain.

A California college professor was recorded calling the election of President-elect Donald Trump “an act of terrorism” and equated it to “being in a civil war.”

“Our nation is divided. We have been assaulted. It is an act of terrorism,” Olga Perez Stable Cox said to her “human sexuality” class at the beginning of the recording. “One of the most frightening things for me, and most people in my life, is that the people who are committing the assault are among us.”

She also insulted Trump’s Cabinet picks, his advisors, and even Vice President-elect Mike Pence, including that he’s “a white supremacist and a vice president that is one of the most anti-gay humans in this country.”

Joshua Martinez was so fed up, he posted one taped rant to Facebook.

Joshua is a member of the school’s Republican Club and the group filed a complaint but there has been no response from administration as of yet.

The teacher’s union posted a thinly veiled warning on its own Facebook page, calling the recordings “illegal” and even going so far as to threaten legal action against Martinez.

“This is an illegal recording without the permission of the instructor,” the post reads. “The student who is sitting in assigned seating will be identified and may be facing legal action.”

The teachers and their union don’t want anyone to know what they’re up to apparently.

The student and the group won’t back down.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Nuts. I hope this young man and others supporting him will continue the good fight. At that age, I didn’t have the knowledge they have regarding politics and I don’t know that I’d exhibit the same courage at their age. Bully for them!

    On the other hand, I can only think of two instances of ‘political’ statements being made by our faculty in my 1966-70 college days that were certainly days of great political strife. One involved religion and the other a campus incident involving a student assault. Neither of the remarks from those professors were controversial or insulting.

  2. This student group needs to sue the college for tuition reimbursement plus damages. They paid good money for an education and got a bait and switch with an attempted indoctrination of liberal swill.

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