PA College offered extra credit to students who protested Trump!

PA College offered extra credit to students who protested Trump!

It’s a good thing my kids don’t got to this university. I would not pay for such radical politicization of studies and activities. The University of Pittsburgh’s School of Social Work encouraged professors to give extra credit to students who participated in a radical Leftist rally in downtown Pittsburgh against President-elect Donald Trump. Students who are not of a Marxist mindset are offended by this and scholastically are persecuted for not agreeing politically with their professors. They are discriminated against and feel ostracized.

Universities have become indoctrination centers for the hard Left in this country. And its not just universities, its high schools, Jr. highs and grade schools as well. The Marxists are brainwashing our kids into revolutionaries. This is why I advocate home schooling and private schools. These people in a short period of time will turn your child into someone you don’t even recognize anymore. They are spoon-fed hate daily.


From The Pitt Maverick:

The University of Pittsburgh’s School of Social Work encouraged its professors to offer students extra credit to participate in a radical leftist rally in downtown Pittsburgh.

On Thursday, students enrolled in Pitt’s School of Social Work along with faculty received an email urging them to sign up for “A People’s Agenda for Change: National Day of Action” on Tuesday, Nov. 29. The email, which Student Services Specialist and assistant to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Mary Patricia Elhattab sent, implored professors to give their students extra credit should they attend.

Lindsey Hern, a senior Social Work major, said that she receives a lot of similar, “one-sided” emails, and that she regularly feels alienated as one of the only conservatives in the department.

“It’s really ostracizing when your own department sanctions an event that is so exclusive to one set of students,” Hern told The Pitt Maverick.

Not only do Leftist students get extra credit, they get free transportation via the school to downtown Pittsburgh to get their violence on. According to the email, the march is about “taking a stand to say that Pittsburgh will not accept business as usual” as well as challenging the “rigged economy.” There is also a link to the sign-up page provided in the email. “People in every city in the country will be taking to the streets to raise the minimum wage, help workers organize, support undocumented workers, fight climate change and confront structural racism and sexism,” the email reads.

In case you don’t already know it, the above is straight up communism. This is just one of hundreds of campuses across the nation who are protesting the election of Donald Trump. On Thursday, at least three students were arrested after a fight between protesters and campus police broke out in the Litchfield Towers Lobby, where police were forced to use batons and knee strikes to subdue the unruly, the Post-Gazette reported. This has now become the norm.

“This isn’t the first time this has happened,” Hern said. “I rarely feel welcome in class, especially when my professors openly harp on how terrible capitalism is and how Trump supporters are insufferable.” A college education isn’t worth this crap anymore. Our kids are not there to learn how to be a part of the proletariat. This nation is based on open markets, capitalism, the Constitution, patriotism and God. They have stripped all of that out of the schools. I would urge conservative students to fight back and if that doesn’t work… leave. Go somewhere where you can get a real education.


Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

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