California College Prohibits Recording Lectures After Professor’s Unhinged Anti-Trump Rant

Posted by on Feb 08, 2017 at 8:53 am

Clearly they afraid of further humiliation because their so-called “professors” can’t control themselves. Let’s reverse roles and pretend there was a professor somewhere who enjoyed anti-Obama diatribes. We surmise secret recordings of this person would be widely available moments after recording and the media would gladly run with it 24/7.

But a nutty professor goes crazy over and Trump and hey, we can’t have the public seeing that.

If it weren’t for double standards the left would have no standards at all.

Almost two months after a secretly recorded video of an Orange Coast College professor’s postelection comments about President Trump touched off a firestorm, signs reminding students that in-class recordings are prohibited without instructors’ permission have been posted for the spring semester.

The classroom signs cite the Coast Community College District’s student code of conduct and the California Education Code, which prohibit recordings without permission.

“That’s always been a policy, and I believe that the administration just wants students to know what the policy is,” said Rob Schneiderman, president of the Coast Federation of Educators, a union that represents instructors in the district.

“We’re not just concerned about faculty members having words taken out context,” he said, “but we’re also concerned for students who may not want their image, words or questions to be published and widely distributed.”

Joshua Recalde-Martinez, president emeritus of the Orange Coast College Republicans, which posted the video on its Facebook page in December, said he considered the signs to be “a slap in the face of students.”

One of the things it’s doing is suppressing students from reporting faculty wrongdoing,” he said. “Another is producing a huge inconvenience to those who otherwise regularly record classes.”

Indeed, why are these cretins a protected class and the Latino student has no rights? That would be “racist” is you flipped roles, of course.

Professor Olga Perez Stable Cox was recorded in her human sexuality class by an unidentified student days after the Nov. 8 election. In the video, Cox apparently refers to Trump as a “white supremacist” and to Vice President Mike Pence as “one of the most anti-gay humans in this country.”

The two-minute video also shows Cox saying: “We are in for a difficult time…. Our nation is divided. We have been assaulted; it’s an act of terrorism.”

Clearly she suffer from the mental illness known as liberalism.

She noted that Trump’s opponent, Democrat Hillary Clinton, won the popular vote, though Trump, a Republican, won the electoral vote.

“More of us voted to not have that kind of leadership,” she said. “We didn’t win because of the way our electoral college is set up, but we are the majority, and that’s helping me to feel better.”

Yeah, they’re the majority, except for the House, the Senate, most statehouses and state legislatures. As to this Cox creature, we say record away, kids.

4 Responses to “California College Prohibits Recording Lectures After Professor’s Unhinged Anti-Trump Rant”

  1. Ricky Bob Cletus the big Rube on 8/08/17 at 12:58 pm

    Orange Coast College? Watch out now.
    Can you say diploma mill?
    Keep telling yourself you’re in the majority snowflake and you might even start to believe it.

  2. Smarty on 8/08/17 at 1:33 pm

    I love “don’t want anything taken out of context”. Umm, a full recording avoids that. Word of mouth is nothing but “out of context”. Liberals are all North Koreans in their hearts, they will speak a lie to your face, put it on paper and sign it as long as they know there is nothing you can do about it. Truth is meaningless.

  3. Darth Chipmunk on 9/09/17 at 2:01 pm

    “Clearly she suffer from the mental illness known as liberalism.”

    Uhhmmm… no. There is nothing liberal about her or her ilk. The application of the term is inappropriate. She is a leftist.

    It’s about time we started using the English language appropriately. Words have meaning.