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Liberal Professor Discriminates Against Student Based On Political Beliefs

Liberal professors in America have been quite vocal in their beliefs, much to the detriment of students with different points of view. In fact, dissenting views often get clamped down, even if those students convey the intelligence needed to make top marks. Now, a liberal professor has been allowed to discriminate against her student--and, it's for an unbelievable reason.

At an unnamed college in the United States, the professor is quite open about her opinions using a pseudo-name for her blog. If you think this is an excerpt from an East Berlin newspaper in 1945, you would be wrong. It is the currently American reality in 2016.

The teacher writes, "A recent incident in my classroom has me thinking about the ways in which the randomness of the universe is always sort of poking at us as educators." The pen named used was Myrtle Lynn Pane. Yet, the professor discriminates against her student because the student happens to be pro-gun. She goes on to write:

"My father, you see, suffered from terrible manic-depressive episodes and my mother eventually had heard enough about the risk of suicide that she instituted gun control in our household. My father died of natural causes when I was in college and I always kind of quiver in my heart when I think about what my mother did. I’m glad I didn’t lose him earlier to suicide."

What makes the excerpt hypocritical is liberals are quite open in their support for assisted suicide. The teacher goes on to write:

"'Sarah' was a very nice young woman who turned up in one of my classes a year or so ago. Her academic abilities were not strong but she had great energy and was a class leader. Definitely a process, and not a content, type of gal. I did take special notice of her on the first day during a sharing activity we typically do at the beginning of my science lecture courses. Sarah shared that the most notable experience of her winter break was a visit to a gun range where she had fired an AK-47. I gave her the usual 'very good, moving on' response but was thinking, 'Whoa, that's disturbing.'"

Because of the professor's political beliefs, Sarah won't be getting a recommendation. It's unfortunate that Sarah will be judged on her ideologies as opposed to her intellectual ability.

Photo: College Candy, Norpoint Range

Teacher writes off student based on gun control beliefs.

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