A professor at Eastern Connecticut State University went on a rant Monday about how evil Republicans are, telling his class they are “racist, misogynist, money-grubbing people” and that “colleges will start closing up” if they re-take the U.S. Senate.
And it was all captured on audio.
Professor Brent Terry was recorded telling his Creative Writing class that Republicans “want things to go back—not to 1955, but to 1855,” and that they do not want minorities and young people to vote, Campus Reform reported.
“There are a lot of people out there that do not want black people to vote, do not want Latinos to vote,” Terry is heard saying, according to Campus Reform. “Do not want old people to vote, or young people to vote. Because generally, people like you are liberal.”
Terry noted that the GOP may retake the Senate in the November election and warned students that “we will live in a very, very, very different kind of country if that happens.”
“I mean, colleges will start closing up if they, if these people have their way,” he said. “They don’t think money should go to giving you people dangerous ideas about how the world should be run.”
If that doesn’t scare the young and impressionable to vote Democrat, nothing will.
But this is just the latest example of how radical college campuses have become. Campus Reform reported in September on a professor at Michigan State University who told students that Republicans “raped this country,” and are a bunch of “dying white people” trying to stop black people from voting.
A spokesperson for Eastern Connecticut State told Campus Reform: “Our faculty has academic freedom to conduct their classes in whatever way they choose, this is not a university matter.”
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