Student Watchdog Protocol: How Faculty are targeted.

11Mar - by mh - 0 - In Censorship and Intimidation

Student Watchdog Protocol: How Faculty are targeted.

The following excerpt is from Turning Point USA “How to Form a Group, Academic Liberal Bias”
“Every campus – including your own – has some sort of liberal bias. This could be in the form of a bias professor, an ideologically driven course, a waste of taxpayer money, or a corrupt administrator. Public universities are publicly funded institutions. Therefore, citizens have the right to demand transparency. Even private institutions are still held to a certain standard. Always ask questions, and always be on the lookout. One of the best ways to hold your school accountable for liberal bias is through media pressure. Every university wants to look good in the eyes of the public, so taking a watchdog approach is very effective. When you encounter bias on campus, make sure to document it. If you can’t prove that it happened, it becomes your word against there’s. Depending on the situation, the best way to document the bias is via voice recording, video recording, or an email trail. Depending on what state you live in, it may or may not be legal for you to record someone in secret. Those that allow recording in secret are called “one party consent states.” The phrase “one party” means that you, the person filming or recording, has consented. “Two party consent” means that both you, and the person you are recording, must consent to the footage being taken. If you aren’t sure how to handle the situation, contact a Turning Point USA Field Coordinator for advice. Once you have documented proof of the liberal bias, keep quiet. Don’t post it on social media or complain to your friends. The timing and order in which the information is released is key. Immediately contact Turning Point USA with your documentation of liberal bias. Through our connections with media, it could become a national news story! Once the bias is in the news, your school’s administrators will be more willing to listen to your complaints. Politely but firmly ask that the bias be corrected immediately. Chances are, many donors to the school will see the news story and will be upset about the bias; they will call your school to complain. This should also help with correcting the problem.”