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Friday, February 17, 2017

Student Who Recorded Prof Saying Trump Election Is ‘Act Of Terrorism’ Gets Suspended


By The Blaze, Feb. 15, 2017

The college student who took video of a human sexuality instructor telling a class that Republican President Donald Trump’s election was an “act of terrorism” got suspended from the California school for one semester.

Caleb O’Neil also must meet with the dean of students of Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa before he’s readmitted and then remain on disciplinary probation for a semester, Campus Reform reported.


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1 comment:

  1. I worked at my local high school for years and understand the policy of the kids not allowed to record in class. And the student is being disciplined for that. What I want to know is, now that the teacher has been caught acting unprofessionally, what will being happening to her? The student is a whistle-blower and has proof of her unbecoming a teacher and pushing her personal political agenda on a human sexuality class. Where's her discipline?

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