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Mormon student persecuted by University for refusing to “stomp on Jesus”

Deandre Poole, vice chairman of the Palm Beach County Democrat Party.

Deandre Poole is a radical professor at the Florida Atlantic University. He is also vice-chairman of the Palm Beach County Democrat Party! He is currently writing a book titled “Obamamania.”

He ordered his class to write “Jesus” on a piece of paper and then “stomp on it.” A white Mormon student objected.

Now the University is persecuting the student. The media is censoring the story. Had Poole been a vice-chairman of a county GOP and name of Muhammad used, this would be a major international media event.

From Fox News Radio…

The “Notice of Charges” against Ryan Rotela is contrary to a statement the university released late Friday night saying no one had been disciplined as a result of the classroom activity.

“We can confirm that no student has been expelled, suspended or disciplined by the university as a result of any activity that took place during this class,” the university said in a prepared statement.

However, according to a letter written by Associate Dean Rozalia Williams, Rotela is facing a litany of charges – including an alleged violation of the student code of conduct, acts of verbal, written or physical abuse, threats, intimidation, harassment, coercion or other conduct which threaten the health, safety or welfare of any person.”

“In the interim, you may not attend class or contact any of the students involved in this matter – verbally or electronically – or by any other means,” Williams wrote to Rotela. “Please be advised that a Student Affairs hold may be placed on your records until final disposition of the complaint.”

Hiram Sasser, director of litigation at the Liberty Institute, told Fox News the university’s behavior is “outlandish” and called their press release “inaccurate.”

“We believe the university punished him in retaliation for him exposing the class assignment to the public,” Sasser said. “Sadly, it is a testimony to the indoctrination that some of the public schools and universities are engaging in – to demonize anything that was valuable in the culture.”

The Liberty Institute wants Rotela reinstated with full credit for the course – along with an apology.