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Leaked Email From Bridgewater State President: Professor Who Said Trump Voters Not Welcomed In Class Is A “Very Good Teacher” Posting His Opinions “Privately” On Facebook

Leaked Email From Bridgewater State President: Professor Who Said Trump Voters Not Welcomed In Class Is A “Very Good Teacher” Posting His Opinions “Privately” On Facebook

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The other day we blogged about a Bridgewater State professor who posted on his publicly viewable Facebook page about his thoughts on students and others who voted for President Trump:

Many of his students who saw this now feel incredibly uncomfortable in class, knowing that they cannot share their political views in free response papers, because their teacher has let it be known that they are “not welcome here” if they disagree with him. This was not some election day pity party post either. He posted the stuff about “blood on your hands” last month. His ability to teach effectively has been compromised, students in his class who pay his salary have been belittled by his postings, and any reasonable boss would fire him, or at least put him on temporary leave.

Not President Fred Clark though. Here’s a leaked email sent to Turtleboy Sports that he sent to all faculty members……

Dear campus community,

As many of you may know, a member of our campus community made comments on his personal social media account a year ago that do not represent our stated institutional values of civility and respect. Those institutional values, embodied in a statement adopted in December 2015 by the BSU Board of Trustees and undersigned by hundreds of employees and students, say that civility and respect matters, and we meant what we said.  The success of our students being paramount, we aspire to have all members of our campus community model civility for our students and for each other. 

We also understand our clear obligation as members of the academy to remove our personal political viewpoints from the evaluation process of our students and of each other. Free and open discourse implies that views be shared and debated in an unfettered manner.  The University has full confidence in the processes used to hire and evaluate faculty here at BSU; and, we have full confidence in the processes that are available to students to address student complaints and concerns. 

In addition, and after carefully reviewing the matter, we have found that the community member’s classes were a safe place to learn, debate, and respectfully share viewpoints.  There is no and has never been any evidence to the contrary.  We have a very good teacher in the classroom.

In the end, what we have left to consider is the right of an individual American to speak freely in a personal space.  That right is constitutionally protected and was achieved and defended by countless lives over our country’s history.  We will protect that right vigorously.  If we do not, there is not much left to fight for as educators and as Americans.


Frederick W. Clark Jr., Esq.               


Wait….what? We found that his classes were a “safe place to learn, debate, and respectfully share viewpoints”? Based on what? Have you spoken to any of the kids who have dropped his class since then? Based on the fact that he’s made it clear that he thinks kids who voted for Trump have blood on their hands? Because he said, “FUCK ANYONE who voted for Trump”? How the hell is that a safe place to respectfully share viewpoints if he’s let it be known that your right wing viewpoints are not welcome in his classroom?

Oh and he’s “very good teacher” now?? Not just able to teach. VERY FREAKING GOOD!!! A guy who wrote this is a VERY good teacher:

What does a bad teacher look like exactly?

The most bullshit part of that letter was the closing paragraph:

In the end, what we have left to consider is the right of an individual American to speak freely in a personal space.  That right is constitutionally protected and was achieved and defended by countless lives over our country’s history.  We will protect that right vigorously.  If we do not, there is not much left to fight for as educators and as Americans.

A personal space? Facebook is not now and never has been a “personal space.” People lose their jobs all the time because of things they post on Facebook. Just ask the Springfield cop who is currently on leave, and will probably be fired for posting this on Facebook:

Oh right, his opinions were only offensive to people who mattered – SJWs. They don’t mind when a teacher says “FUCK ANYONE who voted for Trump.” Or that students who voted for Trump, “are not welcomed here.” That’s OK because it’s his personal time. But this cop? Well, he should lose his job because he shared his personal opinions on Facebook. Makes sense.

So can professors at BSU express their pro-Nazi views on Facebook too? After all, it’s their personal space. See how stupid that sounds? It’s just so naive and disingenuous for them to feed us this horse shit. Like we all don’t know that you can lose your job for things you post on Facebook. They know that too. They’re just playing the First Amendment card (which doesn’t apply here) because they agree with what he said. That’s what this comes down to. The President of BSU agrees that anyone who voted for Trump is a Nazi that is not welcomed at Bridgewater State.

And of course that right is constitutionally protected. No one’s debating that ding-dong. He has a right to say whatever ignorant things he wants. What he doesn’t have a right to is his job at BSU.

What a spineless sack of shit this idiot is:

Fred Clark called him a very good teacher. He said that this professor can tell students they’re unwelcome in his class, so long as he’s doing so from the privacy of the second most trafficked website in the world. Here’s his email:

Flood him with emails. Although his mind is clearly made up, and since BSU is a state school that receives taxpayer money, it’s time to talk to your state representatives and senators. The two we would recommend the most are Big Angelo D’Emilia and Keiko Orrall:

Big Angelo is the rep from Bridgewater, and Keiko represents Middleborough, Lakeville, Berkeley, and Taunton. Take a minute of your day to email them:


They have the power to do something about this. Any reasonable democrat would agree too. It sets a very dangerous precedent when we allow college professors to belittle students like this.

We’d say to message Michelle Dubois since she represents Brockton and one of the Bridgewater’s, but unless you’re an undocumented drug dealer looking for a tip about ICE raids, she’s probably not interested in helping you out. Knowing her history on social media she’d probably give this clown a courage award.

Here are some other representatives and senators you should CC on your emails though:

This chud needs to be fired. The students at BSU should come before the faculty. They should have a classroom to learn in that welcomes them, not shuns them because of who they voted for.

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11 Comment(s)
  • Wabbitt
    September 24, 2017 at 3:29 am

    “What does a bad teacher look like exactly?”

    One that posts about supporting free speech, being color blind, and who owns a MAGA hat.

    Just guessing, anyway.

  • The Rant Queen
    September 23, 2017 at 10:45 am

    So much money being thrown away by colleges that teach hate & condemnation of anyone who doesn’t share your beliefs. Education is wasted for students too scared to take a class because a teacher publicly shamed and belittled them for not believing in the same things as him.

    Of course they didn’t question anyone, and OF COURSE NO STUDENT IS GOING TO FEEL SAFE ADMITTING THEY DONT FEEL SAFE. It’s blatantly obvious the president agrees with this shithead “teacher” and the students know that. They’re most likely not going to come forward for fear of being targeted or expelled themselves.

    That is so fucking sad. College has literally become just a means to make money and brainwash young adults. Education no longer has anything to do with colleges. You’re better off taking courses on the internet. Maybe.

  • Barry
    September 23, 2017 at 9:22 am

    When that antisemite Trump finds out that his own daughter is Jewish all hell is going to break loose!

    • True Reality Speaks
      True Reality Speaks
      September 23, 2017 at 9:54 am

      I love when morons out themselves. I love even more that they don’t realize what they’ve done. By knowing who they are I can avoid interacting with them and save some brain cells.

  • The Vorlon
    The Vorlon
    September 23, 2017 at 9:20 am

    Zero the budget.

    Drain the swamp.

  • Charisma Beauty
    September 23, 2017 at 7:41 am

    If I were hiring for a job and the applicant were a graduate of BSU, I would not even consider them and it wouldn’t be for any political reasons. If the classroom environment that this professor creates (and condoned by the president) is any indication of the typical classroom environment at BSU then it is clear that there is no true learning occurring. I have no doubt that there is no objective transfer of knowledge from the professor to the students taking place; no development of critical thinking or analytical reasoning skills; no development of appropriate interpersonal skills (other than to hate Trump supporters); no development of skills transferable to life after graduation. Without any of those things, what is a student getting out a course at BSU? Can a student really get a job if the primary outcome of 4 years at BSU is that I learned that I should hate President Trump and all those who voted for him?

    Put another way, if I were a graduate of BSU (thank goodness I’m not) I’d wipe my ass with the diploma and send it back with a note saying “thanks for nothing”.

  • Independent Thinker
    September 23, 2017 at 7:08 am

    Of course, if I, as a student, were to “privately” post something in reference to the fact that Black Lives Matter is a terrorist organization, I would be expelled. That is the difference here. A double standard exists between what someone on the left can post and what someone on the right can post.

  • Jack Mehoff
    September 23, 2017 at 7:05 am

    To the Left is a hero for what he said. Rules are different for Democrats. He won’t be fired but promoted.

  • Worcesterite
    September 23, 2017 at 3:47 am

    Schools today are nothing but government indoctrination centers. My niece
    came home the other day saying they keeping teaching the class about Islam and
    how great it is, I didn’t even know the school did stuff like this, it’s never mentioned.
    I’m not religious so I don’t care if they teach different world views, but I find it weird.

  • Publius
    September 23, 2017 at 1:32 am

    Avila-Nichols is modern day KLAN. Maybe time to pull a little funding from the state colleges. Seems like a $2 million per campus will free money for more “critical ” needs.

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