College student Braden Ellis was berated by his professor during a virtual communications class for calling police “heroes.” Now, the “unidentified, first-year adjunct professor at Cypress College” in California has “herself been canceled after video of the virtual class went viral” reports Fox News of the left-wing professor who is currently on a leave of absence as of Saturday morning.
Ellis gave a presentation, which was not on the recorded video, against “cancel culture” in the United States. As an example, Ellis mentioned how even children’s shows such as “Paw Patrol have been the victim of cop-haters. Fox News reports:
The educator told 19-year-old student Braden Ellis, a business major, that police were created in the American South to track down runaway slaves and suggested that policing is inherently a form of systemic racism.
The video begins with the professor responding to Ellis’ arguments, noting, “A lot of police officers have committed an atrocious crime and have gotten away with it and have never been convicted.” “People that do bad things should be brought to justice,” Ellis responds. “I agree with that.”
The teacher responded, “So what is your bottom line point?… you’re saying police officers should be revered, viewed as heroes? They belong on TV shows with children?” Ellis said, “I think they are heroes, in a sense, because they come to your need and help you.” The teacher disagreed with Ellis stating, “I don’t trust them. My life is in more danger in their presence.”
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