California Professor Caught on Video Claiming Trump’s Election is ‘Terrorism’
A so-called “professor” who has worked at a California college for more than 30 years, was caught on video calling Donald Trump’s election an “act of terrorism,” outrageously claiming the nation had been “assaulted”—and to make matters even worse, the local teacher’s union threatened the student who made the recording after it was posted online this week.
“Our nation is divided,” said Olga Perez Stable Cox, a so-called “psychology professor” at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa California. “We have been assaulted. It’s an act of terrorism. One of the most frightening things for me and most of the people in my life is that the people creating the assault are among us” Olga hysterically claimed in a blatant attempt at fear mongering.
The recording was made during a class lecture after Election Day. The Orange Coast College Republicans uploaded the video to their Facebook page Monday.
“Did you know you’re a terrorist for having supported Trump? I didn’t but apparently that’s what they’re teaching in Orange Coast Colleges classrooms post election,” read the video’s caption posted by the Republican group.
The biased teachers union, which only cares about teachers, responded in their usual hateful manner through a comment on the post. “This video violates the Coast District student code of conduct and California Education code. The student(s) involved will be facing discipline,” the hateful comment from Coast Federation of Educators, AFT Local 1911, read.
“We know this is a union scare tactic due to the fact a complaint could have been filed without the statements from the official Facebook page being placed in the comment section, on the OCC Republicans public page, in a manner which showed a desire to hunt down the anonymous student to punish them for having caught the statements on video,” the OCC Republicans told LawNewz.
Shawn Steel, the attorney representing the college Republicans, who is also a past chairman of the California Republican Party, called the professor’s hate speech “alarming,” “irrational,” even “scare-mongering,” The Orange County Register reported. “She’s using her power as a teacher who gives grades, with a captive audience, to basically scare and shame students,” said Steel, who filed a complaint against the instructor in November.