CAMPUS REFORM – There was likely A LOT of hard choices to be made in making this list, being that college professors are often at the forefront of social justice nonsense. In the end, Campus Reform picked these five professor statements as the most outrageous in 2018:
In July, Campus Reform reported on a Yale University professor, Gregg Gonsalves, who suggested on Twitter that “we hide immigrants from ICE if we have to.”
The law professor, who did not have a law degree at the time of this initial report, insisted that this would be an act of “civil disobedience,” rather than aiding and abetting criminals.
Gonsalves had made multiple social media posts at the time in support of publicly releasing ICE agents’ personal information, an act commonly referred to as “doxxing,” stating: “I have no qualms about showing up at ICE regional directors’ homes. They can leave their jobs at the office and feel free from scrutiny at home. Lucky them.”
A Brooklyn College professor of Constitutional Rights and Political Science, Anna O. Law, made several social media posts in July regarding her opinion on immigration.
“Trump’s immigration policy is about inflating ‘body count’ stats, not about removing dangerous criminals,” Law wrote. “If you’re in the wrong place at the wrong time, without proof of citizenship on your person…any brown person will do.”
Law later responded to her tweet, adding, “Reason, why I’m pointing this out, is that since Trump has now formed a de-naturalization force, one’s citizenship via naturalization is tenuous and apparently contingent on whether the Admin is nativist. Why then tie precious barrels of rights to it?”
Law made a subsequent tweet claiming that “ending birthright citizenship” is a “white supremacist move.”