Professor Offers Students Extra Credit For Attending Democrat Campaign Event

Clayton State University professor Andrea Allen offered her students extra credit for attending an event supporting Democrat Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.

Shouldn’t the bribery be investigated? While the college may be private, we are funding the majority of the students with grants and other financial aid via our tax dollars.

Enough already! Go to the Democrat rally and carry a sign “I’m just here for the extra credit. Vote for the Republican!”

Campus Reform:

A Georgia professor offered her students extra credit to attend a campaign event that a Democrat gubernatorial candidate hosted on campus with Democrat Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

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Clayton State University criminal justice professor Andrea Allen offered students extra credit to attend an event on Tuesday supporting Democrat Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

“Although I never offer extra credit, I’m making a one-time exception,” Allen told students in the email. “I’m sure you’ve heard by now that the Abrams campaign along with Senator Warren are visiting campus tomorrow at 10 am in the UC commons. They would like a really big turnout. To help out I’m offering the following opportunity: If you attend, take a selfie of you at the events, and upload a pic to the folder I’m creating in D2L, I’ll add 2 bonus points to your final grade.” More

This isn’t an education. This is Marxism in motion. Will it count for extra credit if the student wears a MAGA hat in the selfie? Ask yourself if a student were to try to claim the extra credit for attending a Republican Campaign Event, what would this professor do? Yea that’s right, fail him undoubtedly! 

I’m tired of my tax dollars being used to indoctrinate young students. Can you guess what grade a student gets for attending a Trump rally? Comment below and let us know your thoughts. 


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