Cornell University Kicks Jesse Watters Off Campus for Asking About Liberal Bias
Published October 26, 2015
Jesse Watters crashed Cornell University to test students on their liberal “indoctrination” after a report claimed that 96 percent of Cornell professors donated to Democrats. However, in the middle of the regular “Watters’ World” questioning, Jesse was kicked off the campus because Cornell media relations had not grant him permission to interview students.
“We ask that you don’t interview students on campus,” Melissa Osgood, Cornell’s deputy director of media relations said.
“Cornell doesn’t have a problem with Fox News, does it?” Watters asked.
“Absolutely not,” Osgood said.
After Watters asked repeatedly, even the senior director of Cornell media relations would not budge, saying that Fox News could not interview students “on campus” and that he would send Watters a statement.
Still, before Watters' ejection, he did get some questions in to some students.
Jesse: What’s the vibe on campus?
“A very diverse campus – a bunch of different people from a bunch of different backgrounds.”
Jesse: It’s not that diverse, because according to this report, 96 percent of the donations from faculty here went to Democrats.
“What’s wrong with that?”
Jesse: Do you ever feel the professors are pushing a political agenda here?
“I’ve got friends who are liberal arts majors – they write a paper and they bring up a conservative viewpoint, they won’t get a good grade.”
“If I want an A, I tailor my paper to how the professor leans.”
Jesse: 95 percent is kinda high.
“It’s really high.”
Jesse: Your brain is a sponge right now, and I’m worried that these teachers are starting to have a chilling effect.
Jesse: I’m going to give you a test to see if you’ve been indoctrinated and how bad it is. Do you think we should build a wall on the Southern border to protect against the illegal alien invasion?
“Make it out of ice.”
Jesse: That’s not very smart from a Cornell student.
“Well, it’s because I’m indoctrinated, so I know nothing.”
Jesse: So you’d be okay with Guatemalans coming into your dorm room and sleeping on your floor?
Jesse: What is the national debt right now?
Jesse: 18 Trillion. Professors aren’t tell you the truth.
Jesse: What do you think about Hillary Clinton?
“After the whole email scandal, I’ve lost a lot of trust in her.”
Jesse: Do you trust Hillary?
Jesse: Then why did she lie about the Benghazi attacks being about a video when she knew it was about a terrorist attack?
“I don’t think that she was lying at all to the American public.”
Jesse: Sanders – you feelin’ the Bern?
“I feel like Hillary will give him the burn.”
O'Reilly: "They hated you."
Jesse: They did.
O'Reilly: "There's no doubt about it. Did the guy tell you why you couldn't shoot?"
Jesse: Finally I got a statement. It didn't say why I couldn't shoot, it just says Cornell does not consider a person's political stance in its hiring practices.
O'Reilly: "You didn't ask them anything about that."
Jesse: Maybe they should if 96% are Democrats.
O'Reilly: "Don't they know they looked 18 times worse not having you question?"
Jesse: Maybe after they hire some conservative professors, they can hire a new PR team.
O'Reilly: "They told me the real reason they didn't want you on campus."
Jesse: What was that?
O'Reilly: "You had mittens...That offended almost everybody."http://nation.foxnews.com/2015/10/26/cornell-university-kicks-jesse-watters-campus-asking-about-liberal-bias
Cornell is a private university and they can kick anyone off campus if they want to, especially some douchebag reporter
I'm sure private fundie univerities would have no problem kicking out almost anyone who asked questions about their idiotic religious beliefs or bigotry and I'm sure you'd be in total support of that