An Iowa State professor has told her students that they are not allowed to disagree with the radical left agenda of the Black Lives Matter domestic terror group. And if they try to speak against these ideas in her class, she will kick them out of her program, she said.
ISU assistant professor Chloe Clark told her English 250 students that they will be “dismissed” from her course if they argue against “gay marriage, abortion, Black Lives Matter.”
The fascist prof posted the warning in her class syllabus:
GIANT WARNING: any instances of othering that you participate in intentionally (racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, sorophobia, transphobia, classism, mocking of mental health issues, body shaming, etc) in class are grounds for dismissal from the classroom. The same goes for any papers/projects: you cannot choose any topic that takes at its base that one side doesn’t deserve the same basic human rights as you do (ie: no arguments against gay marriage, abortion, Black Lives Matter, etc). I take this seriously.
In another section of the guide, she warned her snowflake students that she will be discussing books that “may contain violent or disturbing imagery” and offered to provide students with a “trigger warning” as she was getting ready to introduce the books.
“If, at any point, you would like a Trigger Warning before viewings/readings that may contain this imagery, please let me know and I’m happy to provide them!” she wrote.
The syllabus was highlighted by the conservative campus organization, Young Americans for Freedom, which demanded that the school answer to this fascist teacher’s proclamations.
Uncharacteristically, the school sided with the critics of the teacher’s intentions and ordered her to drop all the nonsense.
Iowa State issued a statement assuring students that they won’t be thrown out of class for disagreeing with a professor’s left-wing lunacy:
The syllabus statement as written was inconsistent with the university’s standards and its commitment to the First Amendment rights of students. After reviewing this issue with the faculty member, the syllabus has been corrected to ensure it is consistent with university policy. Moreover, the faculty member is being provided additional information regarding the First Amendment policies of the university.
Iowa State is firmly committed to protecting the First Amendment rights of its students, faculty, and staff. With respect to student expression in the classroom, including the completion of assignments, the university does not take disciplinary action against students based on the content or viewpoints expressed in their speech.
And, what exactly does abortion, Black Lives Matter, gay marriage, and other radical left-wing ideas have to to with “English,” anyway?