Student SUSPENDED After Recording Teacher Saying Trump’s Election Was ‘An Act Of Terrorism’ (Video)

A far left professor at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, California lectured her captive classroom audience on her disappointment with the presidential election a month ago.

Orange Coast College psychology professor Olga Perez Stable Cox called Donald Trump’s landslide victory an “act of terrorism.” She added that Mike Pence was one of the most anti-gay individuals in the country.

The video was secretly taped during class.

Now this…
The student who filmed the video was suspended from school and must write a letter of apology to professor Stable Cox before they will let him back in class.

The OC Register reported:

An Orange Coast College student who secretly videotaped his instructor making anti-Trump statements was suspended from school and told to write a letter of apology as well as a three-page essay about the incident.

Caleb O’Neil filed an appeal Wednesday and spoke publicly at a news conference

The college suspended Caleb O’Neil for the current semester and the summer term, saying he violated a Coast Community College District policy prohibiting recording someone on district property without that person’s consent.

“It is my hope that this experience will lead you to truly think through your actions and the consequences of those actions when making decisions in the future,” Victoria Lugo, interim dean of students, wrote in a Feb. 9 letter to O’Neil, whose video clips of instructor Olga Perez Stable Cox in December went viral.

1 Comment on "Student SUSPENDED After Recording Teacher Saying Trump’s Election Was ‘An Act Of Terrorism’ (Video)"

  1. Teacher should have been suspended not the student, teacher had no right saying that to the students.

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