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VIDEO: SUNY-Suffolk Prof Caught on Camera Advising Students Not to Vote for Trump

VIDEO: SUNY-Suffolk Prof Caught on Camera Advising Students Not to Vote for Trump

“He’s really ruining our country.”

Several months ago, when all higher education went online, a number of professors expressed concern about parents being able to hear what their children were being taught.

Perhaps this is why. Watch:


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This form of child abuse has to stop.

    Milhouse in reply to Rab. | September 13, 2020 at 10:48 am

    Child? What sort of children are you thinking of? The courts have many times distinguished high school teachers from university professors. High school teachers can be restricted in what they say because they’re seen by their students as authority figures, but university professors are not, so they get the full protection of the first amendment and/or academic freedom, and can advocate anything they like; students are expected to understand that this is merely the professor’s own opinion and not that of the university or the state.

      GatorGuy in reply to Milhouse. | September 13, 2020 at 9:33 pm

      I agree, if what she exhorts all to think and do were in and of itself — in a vacuum, that is.

      It wasn’t. That is why to learn the context of her highly charged and edgy, political speech, of which we know nothing here, is essential, in order to determine the relevance of her advocacy.

      Appropriateness can then be assessed, and discipline, if applicable.

      Also, did she inform her students that their now-“learned” politically modified thoughts and actions are not linked to any grade of course achievement? Or are they, but undisclosed by the instructor? I would think that these thus-far unmentioned aspects of the whole matter deserve a fair consideration by the instructor, the students, and the college, even if none of it is governed by policy.

      My point is to stress accountability relative to such protected speech so that such a right is never effectively license,* but, rather, responsibility-based action.

      Do I err, where? if so.
      * In the sense of lacking due restraint; having excessive freedom.

Yawn. This is an everyday occurrence. In most cases they don’t mention Trump by name, but most profs push leftist politics every chance they get.

Nothing will be done.