A student at North Carolina State University recently reported getting back an assignment and finding hateful attacks on Trump and conservatives written onto the paper by a teacher’s assistant who was grading the paper.
The student had turned in his paper for a course entitled Racial and Ethnic Issues at NCSU, but when the paper came back, she found that the Teachers Assistant (TA) had written hateful messages on the paper calling conservatives “white supremacists” and attacking Trump.
According to Camus Reform, the TA, Christian Alberg, defended the media for calling Trump a white supremacist.
In one comment, for instance, Alberg insisted that “many views commonly held by conservatives would be considered new white supremacy.”
In another, Alberg regurgitated the left’s lie that Trump supported white supremacy in Charlottesville.
“Trump has supported white nationalists and neo-Nazis, as after the Charlottesville protests he claimed there were “very fine people on both sides,” even if he has also made statements against white nationalism and Nazism.” In another section of the essay, Alberg referred to Howell’s criticism of the breakdown of the nuclear family in the African American community as “new racism.”
This is an outright calumny. President Trump NEVER said that Nazis were “very fine people.”
The course itself also identifies common conservative ideals such as smaller government and budget cutting as examples of “white supremacy.”
According to Campus Reform, the course professor, Melvin Thomas, confirmed the points.
“Yes, opposition to government assistance is linked to white supremacy because its [sic] been largely motivated by the view that minorities–especially, African Americans–are lazy and undeserving,” Thomas said. “You don’t want to help lazy people who would rather live off of welfare rather than work. The research supports the link between white supremacist beliefs and this policy position.”
“The “Make American Great Again” and “Take Our Country Back” slogans were debated as being racist,” Thomas said of the Trump slogans. “The students overwhelmingly thought it was. One Trump supporter in a video, when pressed, said America was great in the 1950s–not a great time for blacks. I cautioned that you could make a case that it is racist, but it’s tough to know what’s in people’s minds.”
The student was also handed a zero grade on her paper because she espoused conservative views in the class.
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