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Student’s Lawsuit Against Fordham University Alleges School Hid Ties to Chinese Communist Party

Student’s Lawsuit Against Fordham University Alleges School Hid Ties to Chinese Communist Party

“according to legal documents”

We have been following the story of this student, Austin Tong. The story just became a little bit more interesting.

FOX News reports:

Student lawsuit over Fordham dismissal alleges university ties to Chinese Communist Party: report

A New York college student who was threatened with expulsion over two social media posts has sued the school and his lawyer is now alleging it may have tried to hide ties to the Chinese Communist Party, according to legal documents.

Fordham University threatened to expel Austin Tong, a Chinese-born senior, for two social media posts from June. In a written response to Fordham’s motion to dismiss his suit, Tong’s lawyer, Edward Paltzik, alleged that Fordham has ties to the Chinese Communist Party, and that university officials have been “extraordinarily dishonest” in disclosing their dealings with the foreign nation.

During an appearance on “The Ingraham Angle,” Tong said he believed the university took issue “with anything they disagree with and they want to silence any voice they don’t like and that’s really what happened and they silenced me because they don’t like what I said.”

One of Tong’s posts featured a photo of a former St. Louis police captain who was killed in a June riot, with the comment, “Y’all a bunch of hypocrites.” A second post depicted Mr. Tong holding an unloaded rifle and the phrase “Don’t tread on me” – a reference to the Tiananmen Square massacre.

The second post is the one that ultimately led to the university’s threat to expel him. Fordham’s letter to Tong on June 8 informed him that he was guilty of violating university policies on “bias and/or hate crimes” and “threats/intimidation.”


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notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | October 3, 2020 at 12:01 pm

That college isn’t the only one.

Since when is “Don’t Tread on Me” a reference to Tiananmen Square?

Who knew that that atrocity was already an issue during the American Revolution more than 200 years before?