Tomi Lahren Says Educating Kids About Hillary Clinton Makes Them Unemployable
A segment on 'Fox & Friends' covers a controversial new course called Finite Mathematics
During an interview Wednesday morning on the Fox News program “Fox & Friends,” former Blaze talk-show host and Fox contributor Tomi Lahren said that educating children about Hillary Clinton, the Democratic candidate for president in 2016, will cause them to become unemployable.
Good point? Or maybe a little much?
Read on to understand the larger context of her comments.
Fox News host Ed Henry asked Lahren about a new “math” course that focuses on Hillary Clinton’s “strong character.”
“Well, first of all, when we’re talking about Hillary Clinton’s strong character, the math really doesn’t add up there,” claimed Lahren in reference to Hillary Clinton’s alleged crimes.
“But when we’re talking about universities and professors that are teaching children things like this, teaching college students things like this, and we wonder why kids aren’t able to get jobs after they graduate — maybe this is why,” said Lahren.
“Teachers are spending more time with their liberal indoctrination” efforts than they are on the subject matter of their classes, she said.
Many people will point out, in contrast, that one college class isn’t going to make someone unemployable.
Conservatives, though, often claim there is a great deal of liberal indoctrination occurring on today’s college campuses from coast to coast, and there’s been plenty of evidence to show that that’s true.
A class like this, Lahren continued, is “a disservice to the students. I hope, at some point, students, and parents, and teachers will call out their fellow administrators or fellow professors and end this, because it’s absolutely ridiculous at this point,” said Lahren.
“I mean, my goodness, a class on Hillary Clinton’s strong character disguised as a math course? Ridiculous.”
The class in question here is called Finite Mathematics — which is designed for nonscience majors.
It’s being taught at Penn State University.
The professor, Marc Fabbri, spends more time defending Democrat Hillary Clinton than on the actual teaching of math, according to a piece about the issue in Campus Reform.
Here is just one quote from one of his assignments.
“The emergence of the Tea Party played a central role in the 2008 U.S. presidential election. The victor was Barack Obama who, like Bill Clinton, served as U.S. president for eight years — the two men guided always by the strength of character and force of intellect of first lady Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton.”
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