A professor at California’s Cypress College berated a student during a presentation on Zoom, when he stated that most police (not all) are heroes because they endanger their lives to provide America a safe society.
Ironically, the student was making a presentation on ‘cancel culture.’ The unidentified professor has since gone on leave after the release of the Zoom call.
The New York Post reports:
A professor at a California college repeatedly berated a student during a Zoom lesson because he referred to police officers as “heroes” — and was put on leave from the school in the wake of her unhinged tirade.
Braden Ellis, a 19-year-old business major at Cypress College near Anaheim, was delivering a presentation on cancel culture and spoke about how television shows like “Cops,” “Live PD” and even “Paw Patrol” had come under fire from cop-hating activists, Fox News reported.
Rather than engage in scholarly debate, the unidentified adjunct professor — teaching her first course at the school — went into attack mode.
“A lot of police officers have committed an atrocious crime and have gotten away with it and have never been convicted of any of it,” she declared.
READ: California college professor berates student for calling police ‘heroes’
And speaking of universities, two other profs were caught on a hot mic talking about how they are pushing Marxist philosophy in ever class. READ: College professors caught on hot mic gloating about teaching Marxism, social justice to students