Stanford officials & faculty blame Trump for mass shooting in email to students

It looks like the smaller your IQ, the less common sense, a hate are the criteria for admittance to Stanford.  They have turned a once world class University into a bowl of jello, with mush for a brain.  Professors are Stanford are now claiming that Donald Trump is responsible for the attacks on Asians—and the killings in Atlanta.  Yet, EVERY ONE of the Stanford professors, just ask them, supported the hate/discrimination measure of the California Democrat Party in 2020—Prop. 16.  This was the measure to LIMIT Asians attending government colleges—and Stanford professors supported this discriminatory effort against Asian-Americans.  If anything Stanford is responsible for the hate against Asians—nutcases around the nation can say, If Stanford hates Asians and wants them gone, why can’t we?

“Several additional deans involved with the Asian American Activities Center also signed the email, as well as 14 professors from various departments.

The email claimed that “the recent exponential increase in violent attacks has been fueled by a former president who blamed the COVID pandemic on the Chinese.”

It added that “anti-Asian racism and violence must be addressed in the context of dismantling structural and institutionalized systems created to maintain white supremacy.”

Great idea.  Since Stanford is named for a white guy, why not re-name the place “Maxine Waters University” to show it disdain for white people, Asian people and decency.

Stanford officials & faculty blame Trump for mass shooting in email to students

An email signed by multiple Stanford professors and deans blamed former President Donald Trump for the recent mass shooting in Atlanta.

Ben Zeisloft, Campus Reform,  4/14/21  

The message cited Trump’s rhetoric toward China in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic as the reason for the violence against Asian Americans.

A group of Stanford University administrators and faculty blamed former President Donald Trump for recent violence toward Asian-Americans.

An email sent from Associate Dean of Students and Asian American Activities Center Director Cindy Ng to students, a copy of which was obtained by Campus Reform, expressed desire for justice following the murder of eight people in Atlanta, six of whom were Asian-American women.

Several additional deans involved with the Asian American Activities Center also signed the email, as well as 14 professors from various departments.

The email claimed that “the recent exponential increase in violent attacks has been fueled by a former president who blamed the COVID pandemic on the Chinese.”

It added that “anti-Asian racism and violence must be addressed in the context of dismantling structural and institutionalized systems created to maintain white supremacy.”

“We have a right to be angry, we have a right to demand justice,” the email continued. “We know that anti-Asian racism and violence must be addressed in the context of dismantling structural and institutionalized systems created to maintain white supremacy. We are committed to this work.”

We also know that recent events and what happened in Atlanta weighs heavy and may have you worrying about your own safety and that of your family and loved ones. We are here for you and encourage you to reach out to one or all of us should you need support.

Conservative students at Stanford were not pleased.

Stanford College Republicans directed Campus Reform toward a statement pointing out that “Stanford administrators are actively promoting the vicious lie that the horrific onslaught of anti-Asian violence and the shootings in Atlanta…were incited by President Trump and ‘white supremacy.’”

The group said that the message used “the lives of those who died…to mount a cheap shot against President Trump,” which represented a “baseless lie and distortion.”

The students demanded that Ng apologize “for using the lives of those who died” in Atlanta “as political tools.”

Campus Reform reached out to Ng and Stanford University for comment; this article will be updated accordingly.

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Comments

  1. Jim Coles says

    So much of academia has signed on to collectivism that it’s fair to say they’ve lost their collective minds.
    Hypocrisy, thy name is Democrat Socialist.

  2. Otis Needleman says

    Just talking s—. Utterly clueless.

  3. The Captive says

    Ain’t GOT NOT RESPECT FOR DEM ==DAM”’N DEMS!! DO YA GOT DAT!!

  4. John the Patriot says

    Hmmm. Did Cindy Ng in her e-mail state that most of the hate crimes against Asians are being committed by Black people? Most notably Black men? How does this have anything to do with “white supremacy” and Trump?

  5. What a blinkin’ farce Stanford has become.

    It is now nearly on a par with UC Berkeley.

    Damn shame.

  6. Albert Segalla says

    Good info, but, please correct your English.

  7. A large portion of academia is heading for the ash heap. They are flailing as more people realize they are not worth the time, money and, debt to obtain a worthless “degree”, as more and more employers are rejecting the entitlement minded products of today’s academia.

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