Do the kids pictured above look like extremists or terrorists to you?
There’s nothing like spending lots of money to send your kids to college just to have a professor call one of the major political parties in America a “terrorist organization.” Obviously there is no room for debate or opposing views at San Diego State University.
Campus Reform reports:
A San Diego State University administrator didn’t mince words when he derided the Republican Party as an “extremist terrorist organization” on his Facebook account.
Patrick McCarthy, who has served as Associate Dean of Library and Information Access since June 2013, according to his Linkedin, made the remark while commenting on a Newsweek article shared by a Facebook friend of his, which was titled “Right-Wing Extremists Are a Bigger Threat to America Than ISIS.”
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“The Republican Party has become an extremist terrorist organization,” McCarthy asserted, eliciting a rhetorical nod of agreement from another user, who commented that Republicans “would rather save themselves than our country.”
Another user, however, questioned whether McCarthy’s statement is indicative of the opinions he presents in his classes, and suggested that conservative students should be keeping a close on his public remarks.
“You’re an associate dean at SDSU? I hope your CR chapter is watching your statements and actions closely,” the commenter wrote. “If your [sic] making outrageous statements like this in public I can only imagine what you are saying and doing behind the scenes.”
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Needless to say, the SDSU College Republicans condemned the statement.
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