A progressive online website published a video of George Washington University students who strongly disagreed with President Trump’s executive order on anti-Semitism. One of the students made a statement which apparently denied that the Holocaust happened.
Another day, another debunked liberal study. This time, graduate students debunk a study that claimed Trump rallies led to an increase in hate crimes.
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) promoted its upcoming anti-Trump art exhibit, which features the anti-Trump “pussyhat” yarn hats and other anti-Trump crafts.
An anti-Trump organization, PEN America, wrote a recent opinion editorial which criticized bans on “free speech zones” in Texas and Alabama and defended the “heckler’s veto.”
A recent poll of presidential scholars in academia showed their anti-Trump biases, where they ranked President Trump at the bottom of leadership and diversity and inclusion categories among the fourteen modern U.S. presidents.
A pro-socialist professor at The New School in New York City, New York, compared President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from a United Nations arms agreement is eerily similar to Adolf Hitler’s withdrawal from the League of Nations.
A Middle Tennessee State University professor was a guest speaker at Belmont University in Tennessee, and apparently went off-script and criticized President Trump and played music with vulgar language.
A Harvard Law professor criticized President Trump, calling him a “national emergency” due to the president’s immigration rhetoric.
An anti-Trump art exhibit is going to make its rounds at public universities, and its first stop was the University of Utah.
An administrator at American University was unhappy with the birthright citizenship stance of President Donald Trump, in an e-mail to students during the week of midterm elections.