A conservative history professor at a California community college claims he has been suspended for engaging in campus dogma.
David Richardson has been a history teacher at State Center Community College District for 26 years. Before that, he accumulated six more years of experience in the district working as an instructor.
Despite his investment of time within the district, Madera Community College decided not to cut Richardson with sweet, reality-affirming humor.
Already in hot water with the SCCCD over his choice of provocative pronouns at an LGBT re-education seminar hosted by a transvestite, Richardson got his hands on a case of the Daily co-founder’s parodic “SheHer” and “HeHim” chocolate bars Wire, Jeremy Boring. .
The female-designated chocolate bars were all chocolate, while the male-designated chocolates contained nuts.
TheBlaze previously reported that Boreing announced its gender-specific chocolates after Hershey’s Canada featured transvestite Fae Johnstone as the face of its International Women’s Day campaign called #HERforShe.
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Richardson told Just the News that he wasn’t sure what to make of the parodic “dogs,” so he brought them to share at a campus open house on April 29, where the thin skin was evidently broken. .
A staff member allegedly tried to engage Richardson in a confrontation over the binary chocolates, but chose not to “make a scene.”
Although the dispute was resolved without further incident, on Monday, a uniformed school police officer surprised Richardson with a knock on the door.
According to Just the News, the gay history teacher was reportedly placed on paid administrative leave pending an investigation into allegations of creating a “hostile work environment” and discriminating against his colleagues for gender reason
As a result, Richardson was banned from “non-public” areas of the district, barred from using his Madera email and warned against taking “any action that could be construed as a reprisal against no one.”
While Richardson enjoyed decades of camaraderie and goodwill in the district, he indicated that his resistance to the trans agenda has changed all that.
“I feel like they’ve been looking for a reason to get rid of me because I don’t share the current opinion about neopronouns and that kind of thing,” he told Fox News Digital. “Everything we do now is geared towards this ideology and the diversity of viewpoints is being eliminated.”
Richardson stressed that there is a chilling effect on free speech and that while others may agree with him, they are too cowardly to stick their necks out.
“People are scared. Well, especially when they see what happens to people like me. They’re scared just to talk,” the history teacher said. “We’re basically forced to take oaths of loyalty. It was like the second ‘Red Scare’ in the late 1940s, early 1950s, that if we can’t demonstrate our total commitment to the ideology, we’re going to be purged. . . And I think I may find myself in that situation sooner rather than later, under investigation for “creating a hostile work environment based on gender.”
Unlike his colleagues, Richardson clearly hasn’t let up.
Richardson pointed out his failure during a mandatory LGBT re-education seminar on “pronoun etiquette” in October 2021, which was led by transgender chemistry professor Jamie MacArthur.
Those registered for the seminar had to indicate their name and so-called gender identity on a “small thumbnail”.
According to Richardson’s lawsuit against the district, she had indicated that her pronouns were “Do, Re, Mi” in protest, to show that forcing an “irrational perception of reality … would frustrate communication for ideological reasons.”
The lawsuit notes that “Richardson argues philosophically and intellectually that any person can change empirical, ontological, or objective reality through a process of ‘identification.'” For example, he believes that a person will not grow an inch by identifying as to “higher”.
MacArthur did not approve of Richardson’s preferred pronouns or intellectual clarity, calling it “extremely offensive” to transvestites.
The history teacher. he was reprimanded, ordered to stop using derisive pronouns, and reportedly forced to complete six hours of DEI re-education before writing a letter detailing how he could “create a more inclusive environment than focus on homophobia or transphobia”.
After that incident, Richardson sued the district. He has indicated that his attorney will file an amended complaint on his behalf that incorporates the chocolate-related investigation.
Richardson told Fox News Digital, “I never dreamed that voicing a different opinion could get me to this point in my career.”
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