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Student: Professor’s Anti-American ‘Pledge of Allegiance’ an ‘Attempt to Propagandize an Entire Classroom’


“We’re very racist, we’re very repressive, we’re very Christian oriented."

Image Credit: The Metropolitan via Campus Reform

A tenured professor at Metropolitan State University of Denver requires his students to say an anti-American "pledge of allegiance" so they can see another perspective of their country, according to Campus Reform.

Dr. Charles Angeletti, a professor of American Civilization at one of the largest schools in the state, told Campus Reform he has been distributing the pledge for 20 years.

America is described in the pledge as "two nations, under Jesus, rich against poor, with curtailed liberty and justice for all except blacks, homosexuals, women who want abortions, Communists, welfare queens, treehuggers, feminazis, illegal immigrants, children of illegal immigrants, and you if you don't watch your step.”

Image Credit: The Metropolitan via Campus Reform Image Credit: The Metropolitan via Campus Reform

Steven Farr, a freshman at MSU, said Angeletti distributed the pledge to his entire class and is intolerant of other opinions.

"This was an attempt to propagandize an entire classroom of young adults,” Farr told Campus Reform.

Pete Hegseth, a Fox News contributor and CEO of Concerned Veterans for America, noted that many veterans attend the school.

“We have seen this time and time again. Lessons like this stack the deck against veterans and basically tell them, 'You fought for nothing,'" Hegseth told Fox News. "'You fought for a lie.'”

Angeletti, who has taught at MSU since 1967, didn't back down from the pledge in an interview with Campus Reform.

“We’re very racist, we’re very repressive, we’re very Christian oriented, we don’t tolerate other kinds of thinking in this country," he said. "I could go on and on — and do in my classes for hours about things that we need to do to make this a better country.”

Angeletti says he lets his students "say and do anything" despite his strong opinions, though reviews on indicate that some students feel punished if they disagree with him.

Get the whole story at Campus Reform.

(H/T: Fox News)

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