Conservative Views are Grounds for Dismissal at ISU

Students at every level of learning are having to painfully adjust to a new way of learning this school year. School districts and teachers are having to comply with piles of senseless COIVD-19 related changes that are simply politically charged.

The very basis of the new restrictions in upper-level learning centers is flooded with Black Lives Matter poison and pro-murder of babies. There is no room for conversation or thought development. Students must comply or they will be kicked out of school.

Iowa State University is taking the liberal path when it comes to handling COVID-19 issues and BLM propaganda. They are tolerating Chloe Clark’s lopsided classroom views. She has published in her syllabus that no views other than BLM and full acceptance of murdering babies will be tolerated in her classroom.

Clark’s push to indoctrinate and brainwash her college-level students is being backed by her ability to dismiss kids from class. Her limited ability to discuss major issues shows her incompetence as a teacher. She is more of a dictator than a person helping young people to think through issues of life.

Her class is not even a political class or a government class. It is simply an English class. She should be teaching students about grammar and helping them learn how sentence structure should go together. But she wants to surround herself with security because she simply does not have the ability to answer young minds bringing up topics in their papers.

Crooked Clark has said that “I take this seriously.” Her “giant warning” strips students of the right to learn. The only views she will let in the classroom are those of the socialist party. She stated that “Any instances of othering that you participate in intentionally (racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, sinophobia, transphobia, classism, mocking of mental health issues, body shaming, etc.) in class are grounds for dismissal from the classroom.” If a student is pro-life, they will be kicked out of her class.

Clark thought she could get away with her unconstitutional actions. Young America’s Foundation got wind of the warning and accepted the challenge of alerting people to her biased classroom.

Her statement went on to say that no topic will be permitted that does not agree with liberal theology. She says she is about promoting the rights of people, but at the same time, she is stripping them from others of a different belief. And this is the hypocrisy of the Democratic Party.

The university has come out and proclaimed that her syllabus warning is “inconsistent with the university’s standards and its commitment to the First Amendment rights of students.” But that is all they are doing to stop her from poisoning students.

The school may say things like “After reviewing this issue with the faculty member, the syllabus has been corrected to ensure it is consistent with university policy” and “Moreover, the faculty member is being provided additional information regarding the First Amendment policies of the University.” But that will not stop her from enforcing such actions on the students personally.

Clark has set up her classroom so she can bully people that have different beliefs than herself. She is not respecting any person’s right to believe what they want to believe.

ISU also distanced itself by stating that “With respect to student expression in the classroom, including the completion of assignments, the university does not take disciplinary action against students based on the content or viewpoints expressed in their speech.”

But they will not stop Clark from doing it to the students. She will find a way to punish students that love life and hate murder.

Clark has chipped away at higher education and brought it down to street level protests. Students should be able to openly voice their concerns and views without having their mouths stapled shut by one ignorant adult that thinks she is qualified to teach.

There is a lot more to being a teacher than knowing and sharing boring information. She has to be able to help students develop into productive adults.