Is there anyone more intolerant than a liberal who preaches tolerance?

According to the Daily Caller, an Iowa State University instructor’s syllabus warned students that anti-Black Lives Matter and pro-life viewpoints are “grounds for dismissal.”

Instructor Chloe Clark’s English 250 syllabus includes a “giant warning” advising students that only certain views would be permitted during her classes. “I take this seriously,” she notes at the end of the warning.

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“Any instances of othering that you participate in intentionally (racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, sorophobia, transphobia, classism, mocking of mental health issues, body shaming, etc.) in class are grounds for dismissal from the classroom,” Clark wrote in the syllabus, a copy of which was provided to the Daily Caller News Foundation by the Young America’s Foundation (YAF).

Reviews by students for Professor Chloe Clark on the Rate My Professors website are brutal.

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Here are a few examples:

P. Clark is not an educator but an indoctrinator! How is someone who is employed to teach and challenge preconceptions and elevate your skills of critical thinking, collaboration and empathy. Instead she creates a myopic and toxic environment whilst pushing her dogmatic agenda. She is extremely unprofessional and should not be teaching.

Chloe’s original syllabus was intolerant and discriminatory. Doesn’t allow free speech and ideas different than her own in the classroom. ISU had to force her to change her syllabus. I dropped her class to move to a different section.

She does not support free speech.

College campuses should be a place where free speech is promoted and protected. She attempts to silence any dissenting voice on controversial topics that do not align with her subjective world view.

Teaches what to think, as she defines it. Always felt the job of a teacher is to instruct students how to think. Seems very bitter. If I were The Mikado I would sentence her to a lifetime of giving lectures to people who were as far to the right as she is to the left. Unfortunately that would mean having to round up some brown shirts for class.


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