HausRules: Prof Greets Incoming Class of Precious Snowflakes with Speech Crushing Their PC Beliefs

Student, Millennial, Surprised, Shocked, Crazy Hair
Student, Millennial, Surprised, Shocked, Crazy Hair

Michael Hausam at IJReview reports:

Mike Adams, a professor at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington is not your stereotypical left-wing teacher. On the heels of a report that showed that liberal arts professors overwhelmingly support Democrats, Adams’ semester-opening statement to his students has gone viral.

First printed in Townhall in late August, over the last few days it has been reprinted multiple times.

[Trigger warning: The following is extraordinarily insensitive and its candor may cause some students to be highly offended. Symptoms of being confronted with viewpoints other than one’s own may cause one to get “the vapors” and students have even been known to collapse in a fainting spell upon reading offensive literature. Reader discretion is advised.]

Here is what he said to his students… Read the rest and see the video on IJReview.

Photo credit Joshua Rothhaus

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