Leftist Academic SURPRISED After Assaulting Conservative Students

Leftist Academic SURPRISED After Assaulting Conservative Students

Payback’s a b*tch when you’re a Leftist who cannot stand Conservatives exercising the right of free speech.

Conservatives at Cal State Fullerton breathed a collective sigh of relief today. The administration barred their liberal tormentor from teaching bad habits to any other left-wing nut cases.

CSUF ProfessorThe Assault

As The Black Sphere previously reported,

When SJP marched across campus to protest President Trump’s executive order on immigration, College Republicans began a counter-protest.  The conservative students followed no less than 100-200 feet behind with signs.

A man claiming to be a professor has assaulted one of our protesters,” the CSUF College Republicans announced on Twitter Wednesday night.”

Amanda McGuire, vice president of the CSUF College Republicans, told Campus Reform:

He continued to engage our group even though some of our members were over the conversation, and finally I turned and saw him lunge for a sign,” she told Campus Reform. “Another member steps in between and he gets shoved, so he shoves back.  Professor Canin managed to also push an ASI (student government) student [who was] trying to break up the scuffle.”

Victims identified the man as Eric Canin, a cultural anthropology lecturer at California State University. He pushed two different students and campus security forcibly dragged away him away.

The Punishment

CSUF suspended that lecturer and College Republicans charged him with battery. The District Attorney of Orange County investigation into the incident is underway.  Canin cannot speak with anyone affiliated with the university for the time being.

Chris Boyle, president of the CSUF chapter of College Republicans, reacted to the news:

“It’s great that the school is taking this seriously. We need to ensure that this professor never steps foot on campus and endangers a student again. It’s an important fight for the free-speech rights of students.”

Amanda McGuire, the CSUF College Republicans vice president, agreed:

“The school was right to finally act on this matter. After two weeks of waiting, the news is overdue. I’m glad the school realizes this was a serious offense, being that his disagreement with the student ended in physical aggression. It is my hope that he will not be asked to return as lecturer.”

Free speech rights for all conservatives are safer now.

Thanks to cell phone video, and a number of witnesses willing to come forward. Finally, thanks to CSUF for doing the right thing.

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