Union Threatening Student With Legal Action For Recording Professor's Anti-Trump Rant

Zach Montanaro | December 9, 2016
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The liberal indoctrination at college campuses across America continue.

One professor at a California college was even recorded calling the election of President-elect Donald Trump “an act of terrorism” and equated it to “being in a civil war.”

“Our nation is divided. We have been assaulted. It is an act of terrorism,” Olga Perez Stable Cox said to her “human sexuality” class at the beginning of the recording. “One of the most frightening things for me, and most people in my life, is that the people who are committing the assault are among us.”

She also had very critical things to say about Trump’s Cabinet picks, his advisors, and even Vice President-elect Mike Pence, including that he's “a white supremacist and a vice president that is one of the most anti-gay humans in this country.”

One student was so fed up with the Trump-bashing that he decided to secretly record Cox and post the video on his Facebook page.

“At this point it’s not even education anymore, its indoctrination,” said Josh Recalde-Martinez, the student who recorded Cox. Martinez is also a member of the school’s Young Republicans club.

The group has apparently filed a formal complained against the teacher with the school, but the teacher’s union that represents Cox is fighting back.

The union posted a thinly veiled warning on its own Facebook page, calling the recordings “illegal” and even going so far as to threaten legal action against Martinez.

“This is an illegal recording without the permission of the instructor,” the post reads. “The student who is sitting in assigned seating will be identified and may be facing legal action.”

Martinez, however, isn’t backing down.

“They wanted it to be known so that maybe we would get scared and take down the video,” he said in an interview. “But to the union, I want to say we are not gonna be doing that.”

Cox apparently has a reputation for sharing her political views during classes. One report found a post from a student on Cox’s RateMyProfessor.com page that read, “I felt censored and bullied if I did not agree with her opinions.”

The president of the college declined an on-camera interview regarding the incident, citing a pending investigation. However, he did tell a reporter that the college encourages a discourse on current events between students and faculty “when it’s in context.”

God only knows how going on an anti-Trump rant can have any context in a “human sexuality” class.

Check out the tape of Cox's remarks here:


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