University of Alaska Professor Paints Trump Decapitated, Displays it at Staff Art Exhibition

University of Alaska Professor Paints Trump Decapitated, Displays it at Staff Art Exhibition

The left-wing takeover of academia has gotten even more apparent since the rise of Donald Trump. This week, an Alaska university made a leftist decision that academia's most amazing yet.

And that's saying something. The last few months have not been great for conservatives on college campuses. Milo Yiannopolous' events are causing riots, Ann Coulter's events are getting canceled, and Ben Shapiro's speaking engagements are constantly interrupted by leftist protestors. Even more centrist conservatives are finding it hard to exist in college's politically correct world.

According to the college left, conservative speech is hate speech — and hate speech isn't protected by the first amendment.

But hate speech against conservatives is apparently okay. In some cases, violent hate speech isn't only tolerated, it's endorsed by the college staff.

That's what happened in Alaska this week, when the University of Alaska staff member unveiled a violent image of Donald Trump. See it on the next page:

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