Get your swear jar money ready. A LOT of it.
This should have been an open-and-shut case. Not for these guys.
A student whistleblower films his teacher going off the rails, abusing his role as teacher to spout ridiculous (and dangerous) extremist ideological nonsense.
That student makes his video public.
The student is rewarded for exercising his Civic duty… with a suspension.
A Republican student who filmed his professor describing Trump’s election win as an ‘act of terrorism’ has been suspended by his college.
Caleb O’Neil filmed Olga Perez Stable Cox, 66, labeling the president a ‘white supremacist’ during a psychology and human sexuality class at Orange Coast College, California, in December.
He anonymously sent the clip to the college’s Republican body for it to be shared online, prompting a barrage of complaints against Cox who critics said should not thrust her political views on students.
On Wednesday Caleb, a 19-year-old sophomore at the school, revealed his identity and that he had been suspended for sharing the video.
The university issued a letter complaining that he had violated its student code of conduct by filming Cox without her knowledge.
Unless he writes an essay explaining why he shared the video and apologizes to Cox, he will be excluded for an entire semester.
Seriously. The STUDENT is the one being punished. Here’s the video in question:
Should a college that takes taxpayer money be permitted to discriminate like this?
He gave his explanation:
On Wednesday, he said he began filming the teacher to gather proof of her left-leaning views.
He also said he was convinced she would begin grading him harshly purely because he was a Trump fan.
‘I pulled my phone out to record it because I was honestly scared that it would affect my grades because she knew I was a Trump supporter.’
He previously told the College’s Republicans he felt ‘censored and bullied if I did not agree with her opinions’. — DailyMail
Poor dear, she was upset that she was filmed without her knowledge. This is a COMMUNITY college… Taxpayer funded. What is taught there should be as much a part of the public record as a townhall meeting.