Remember the professor who went on a rant in a Orange Coast College classroom, calling Trump’s election an “act of terrorism”? It was in California of course. A student had taped her rant and, when it went online, the student was threatened with lawsuits and expulsion. The school settled for suspension after the story went nationwide. The student, Caleb O’Neill, is fighting the suspension.
Olga Perez Stable Cox, a psychology instructor at the College in Costa Mesa was captured on video in December saying of Trump’s recent election: “Our nation is divided, we have been assaulted, it’s an act of terrorism.” She continued by saying the “most frightening” part of Trump’s election was that “the people creating the assault are among us.”
The professor just won an award. Four months after making the inflammatory statement, Cox was nominated for “faculty member of the year,” according to Campus Reform.
In case you missed the rant, here it is:
Doug Bennet, executive director of college advancement at OCC, explained how the prestigious nomination is determined.
“The selection is made via a committee that consists of faculty, staff, and administrators and is based on a rubric that takes into account a variety of factors,” Bennet told Campus Reform. “The recommendation for the awards along with awards for staff member of the year and faculty member of the year are also recommended via the same process and same committee.”
She also gets to speak at the commencement. We can only imagine what the speech will be about.
This is how serious the Marxist revolution is in this country. There is a political, economic and cultural revolution that has divided our country and many don’t even know it’s going on.