What Ivy League School Teaches Tolerance by Portraying the GOP as Terrorists?

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Cornell University portrayed the GOP alternately as a sex predator and as Jihadist John during the yearly social justice roundtable on labor, diversity and inclusion according to hypeline.

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The School of Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR) organized the event which was aimed at giving undergrad and grad students exposure to the labor movement and discussing its crucial role in bringing about change.

And we know what kind of change they want!

They brought in the openly socialist and communist representatives of the Chicago Teachers Union, the radical International Brotherhood of Teamsters, and SAG-AFTRA, and so on.

It’s about achieving social justice, students say.

Political cartoonists were invited to participate and you can see the direction they are hoping to take the students.

They’re lucky the GOP doesn’t behead people for offensive cartoons as their cartoon insinuates they do.

They want the students to learn “inclusion, sensitivity, and tolerance” from this – I kid you not.

 

 

Cornell’s Kevin F. Hallock, Dean of ILR, addressed the inflammatory imagery.

“I hope the ILR school can flourish as a place where we discuss difficult issues and one where the members of our community feel safe and supported. I also hope that we can continue to prepare leaders who will help others increase inclusion, sensitivity and tolerance far beyond our school. “

This is socialist social justice folks!

Source: Hypeline, Turning Point USA

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