Democrats and liberal news media outlets all over the U.S. have relentlessly exploited every move of President Donald Trump since the outcome of the elections back in November. Their insolent tactics have even deviously moved on to the future generations of the nations. That’s right folks. Our children.
No Free speech for Pro-Trump people
At the University of Chicago, a group of students from various organizations such as U of C Resists, Graduate Students United, and UChicago Socialists objected to an invitation for Corey Lewindowski, President Trump’s old campaign manager, to speak at the school’s Institute of Politics.
In an open letter written to the school they claim that that Lewandowski “courted right-wing extremist groups.” They also suggest that free speech should not apply equally to “Trump Surrogates” because their “ideals and ideologies they represent are debatable positions within the range of normal politics.”
With that being said, we are left to wonder, ‘Where the h*** are these kids getting their ideas from?!’
In a recent epidemic on college campuses teachers have used their influence to detour student minds from the norm of academics, using their classrooms as public platforms by imposing biased lectures and advocating violence against President Trump and his supporters.
One student, Caleb O’Neil, was suspended from Orange Coast College for recording his teacher, Olga Perez Stable Cox, on an anti-Trump rant during class.
“Our nation is divided. We have been assaulted. It is an act of terrorism,” Cox said referring to the election. “One of the most frightening things for me, and most people in my life, is that the people who are leading the assault are among us.” Cox then proceeded to ask the students who voted for President Trump to stand up.
“At this point it’s not even education anymore, it’s indoctrination,” explained Josh Martinez, a member of The Young Republican’s club at the school.
In a review written on the school site, “Rate My Professor”, another student expresses his concerns.
“Prof. Olga tends to stray off topic a lot, especially since the election. She has very disparaging comments about President Elect Trump and VP Elect Mike Pence and the Republican party in general. I felt censored and bullied if I did not agree with her opinions. Would not recommend this class for anyone that does not think along the socialist ideologies.”
Not long ago there was the Berkeley riots where a middle school teacher, an “anti-fascist” fascist, Yvette Felarca, initiated riots and violence on Trump supporters and those going to see Milo Yiannopolous. Just six weeks after being placed on administrative leave for physically assaulting a man speaking openly about his beliefs , she was back teaching in the classrooms for the Berkeley Unified School district.
Even at a FASFA (Free Application for Student Financial Aid) workshop for future and current college students, California Democratic Congressman Pete Aguilar of District 31, couldn’t help but to add in an undermining tone of the presidential administration into his introduction speech.
“There is an uncertainty in Washington D.C.,” he claimed, “I can feel it. I know you feel it.” Pete Aguilar
Trump is not Hitler
Marion Ingeborg Andrews, who grew up in Hitler’s Nazi Germany, says that what is taking place on college campuses reminds her of how Hitler tried to “miss-educate” the youth by infiltrating the schools to “brain-wash” them.
“What is going on in this country is giving me chills,” Andrews told IJ Review. “Trump is not like Hitler. Just because a leader wants order doesn’t mean they’re like a dictator…..”
“What reminds me more of Hitler than anything else isn’t Trump, it’s the destruction of freedom of speech on the college campuses — the agendas fueled by the professors. That’s how Hitler started, he pulled in the youth to miss-educate them, to brainwash them, it’s happening today.”