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Professor makes students recite anti-Republican, anti-American pledge of allegiance

Charles Angeletti
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A self-professed atheist and socialist professor at Metropolitan State University in Denver forced his students to recite a pledge of allegiance he customized to suit his leftist agenda, Campus Reform reported.

Here is Professor Charles Angeletti‘s version of the pledge, according to Campus Reform.

I pledge allegiance to and wrap myself in the flag of the United States
Against Anything Un-American and to the Republicans for which it stands,
two nations, under Jesus, rich against poor, with curtailed liberty and
justice for all except blacks, homosexuals, women who want abortions,
Communists, welfare queens, treehuggers, feminazis, illegal immigrants,
children of illegal immigrants, and you if you don’t watch your step.

MSU freshman Steven Farr claimed that political alternatives and debate were dominated by Angeletti.

Photo credit Campus Reform.

Farr said that while several students questioned the professor’s motives for making them recite his cockeyed version of the pledge, not many had the courage to protest it.

“This was an attempt to propagandize an entire classroom of young adults,” Farr said.

An anonymous student who wrote a review of Angeletti on RateMyProfessor.com also painted him as a left-wing propagandist who squashed opposing perspectives.

“If you are a liberal, you will like him. He encourages you to speak out and voice your opinion,” the student wrote. “Unless of course, you are a republican.”

The professor denied those claims to Campus Reform, saying he allows his students to “say and do anything” in his class and that he welcomes differing opinions.

“We’re very racist, we’re very repressive, we’re very Christian-oriented, we don’t tolerate other kinds of thinking in this country,” Angeletti told Campus Reform.

But according to Farr and others, it is Angeletti that doesn’t tolerate other kinds of thinking.

“We are scared to death of anything un-American,” Angeletti said.

No, Professor. We’re scared of teachers like you.

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