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College Rejects Well Qualified Student Over Who She Follows on Twitter

Make no mistake about it, the liberal left is doing their very best to hide the scourge of political discrimination that they themselves have created.

It all boils down to the idea of partisan politicking, and the way in which the democratic party hopes to shore up the ranks of their voters.  Instead of pushing forward with a powerful message of unity, the left pushes the social and cultural envelopes to the ends of the spectrum in order to divide and conquer.  They want every niche segments of the American landscape to feel jilted by the republicans, and betrayed by their fellow man.  This allows the left to play savior.

Now, in his hyperbolic chamber of divisiveness, the left has allowed even the mere act of political observance to qualify for absurd retribution.

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If you want to know why Bradley Shear is pushing Congress and the states to crack down on social-media snooping by colleges and universities, ask the lawyer about the Alex Jones case.

One of Shear’s teenage clients was denied admissions to a prestigious college after the admissions officer ask him why he followed the InfoWars conspiracy theorist on Twitter, according to Shear.

The student didn’t interact with Jones or himself promote conspiracy theories – he simply followed a controversial personality.

Shear did a digital background check on the interviewer and learned she is a “follower” of socialist politician Bernie Sanders. The lawyer informed the admissions director about the apparent bias against his client.

The college “quickly resolved the situation to my client’s satisfaction” to avoid “negative publicity” about judging an applicant not for what he’s done, but who he tracks online, according to Shear.

Since when is being well informed about the rantings and ravings of a crackpot conspiracy theories grounds for educational discrimination?  Have we lost our minds completely in 2018?

 

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