Here’s an unfortunate fact:
No matter which university, college, or tech academy your child attends, they will be accosted on all sides by Leftist ideology, insane anti-First Amendment doctrine, protest theory, globalist mentality and hate speech.
Radical liberal professors have admitted to leading students down an anti-Trump, anti-America path.
Pardon me, but I was always under the assumption that professors in college were like Indiana Jones, dedicated to the cause of imparting knowledge upon those who required tutelage.
But a severe drought of professors with clout, common sense and a love for this country are permeating the American higher education platforms. Instead, we get “educators” like this.
Now, on to Tommy Curry, who’s just the latest in a long line of ridiculously dangerous professors who is sorely ill-equipped to teach our children.
Worse, he’s an outright hateful and racist individual.
“In the 2012 podcast interview, Curry suggested the idea that ‘some white people may have to die’ is a ‘solidified…tradition’ in the black community.
‘When we have this conversation about violence or killing white people it has to be looked at in the kind of this historical turn.
And the fact that we’ve had no one address, like how relevant and how solidified this kind of tradition is for black people — saying look, in order to be equal, in order to be liberated, some white people may have to die,’ he said.”
When the comments came to light and a complaint was lodged with the Dean, the response was typical for what you’d expect from a Liberal.
“Texas A&M President Michael K. Young responded to Curry’s incendiary remarks in an email to students — and it doesn’t look like the professor should fear any disciplinary action.
Instead, Young argued the First Amendment protects Curry’s speech ‘no matter how reprehensible’ his words might be.
‘We stand for equality,’ he wrote. ‘We stand against the advocacy of violence, hate, and killing. We firmly commit to the success, not the destruction, of each other.’”
He does say Curry’s comments are “disturbing” and don’t represent what the university stands for…and yet, in the very same letter, he’s defending this man. Welcome to “Progressive” education.
Like I said, Indiana Jones is dead.
Source: Independent Journal Review