New York public college professor claims conservative group’s table ‘triggering’ her students
Don’t waste your hard-earned money sending your children to be indoctrinated by unhinged liberals like this
An art professor named Shellyne Rodriguez at New York’s Hunter College was recently filmed freaking out over a student group providing pro-life literature in a bizarre tirade going viral online.
The pro-abortion professor was filmed arguing with the students running the booth, telling them, “You’re not educating shit, this is fucking propaganda.”
The “educator” continued berating the students, asking, “What are you doing to do, like, anti-trans next?”
When a male student tried talking with Rodriguez, telling her the booth was focused on abortion, not transgender issues, she cut him off, saying, “This is bullshit, this is violent. You’re triggering my students.”
Attempting to reason with the angry professor, the pro-life student apologized for “triggering” her students, but she told him he’s “not sorry” because he “can’t even have a fucking baby.”
This part may have lost her a few points with the very same far-left cult she’s trying to virtue signal on behalf of as they would likely argue the biologically male student COULD have a baby if he wanted.
Next, the triggered teacher began flipping items on the desk and violently shoved items on the table toward the students before walking away, saying, “Fuck this shit.”
A Hunter College spokesperson told Fox News Rodriguez works at the school as an adjunct assistant professor and that the school is aware of the encounter and is “taking this matter very seriously.”
In response to the video going viral, a labor organization at the City University of New York called the PSC Graduate Center sent out a letter gathering signatures in support of the immature temper tantrum aimed at students.
The group’s website explained, “A Hunter adjunct, Shellyne Rodriguez, who confronted an anti-abortion group on campus is facing retaliation from the administration, just the latest in a series of crackdowns on student and faculty activists, organizers, and dissidents. Please read more and sign the letter to support Shellyne here.”
The paper said Rodriguez “approached the display, constructively critiqued the group members, and eventually physically took down items from the table.”
The group claims the art professor’s “actions to shut down the tabling were fully justified, and are part of a long and celebrated CUNY legacy of confronting groups such as military recruiters who disseminate misleading information” on campus.
The teacher should clearly be fired as she’s a threat to students with both her unhinged assault on the student group table and inability to cooperate with people holding opposing views.