The Darkest College Story Yet

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Complete the sentence and win a lobotomy! “I send my children to college to be educated by wackos like this because__________.”

We are funding these idiot factories, with our tax dollars and tuition payments. We are funding lunatics like this:

A biology professor at Marshall University has been placed on administrative leave–it must be practically impossible to get fired outright–for saying she hopes everyone who supports President Donald Trump will catch COVID-19 and “die before the election” (https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=15726).

Gee, that would’ve been over 60 million people, last time out. Probably more this time.

As if this outburst weren’t stupid enough, somehow the prof’s remark “surfaced” in the social media. We aren’t told what “surfaced” means. Could she have been deranged enough to have posted this herself?

University officials say they don’t approve of actually wishing death on people who don’t hold leftist political opinions. What they really object to, probably, is public outrage over this outrageous statement and a resulting sharp decline in enrollment… and less money flowing into the coffers.

Why are we funding these looniversities? Crikey, Charlie Manson missed his calling: he should’ve been teaching at a college.

This is what happens when you expand “higher education” way beyond the bounds of sanity. The idea that everyone must go to college is surely the most asinine notion in all of American history. Maybe even world history.

My guess is this loon will be back in the classroom when the heat dies down.

What I don’t understand is why parents don’t pull their kids out of there, pronto.

6 comments on “The Darkest College Story Yet

  1. Idiot assistant professors merely parrot what they’ve heard from their graduate school professors. They think such talk is normal. Unfortunately, it is.

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