University President Resigns Under Pressure For Not Firing Prof Cleared By Three Investigations

University of Rochester’s president announced his resignation Thursday under pressure from activists who faulted him for not firing a professor accused of sexual misconduct, even though three separate investigations found no cause to do so.

A former Obama administration official enlisted to probe the charges for a third time concluded that “the complaints’ narrative—framed through the language of sexual predation and retaliatory animus towards women—is largely without factual basis” and that there was “no evidence… of a hostile work or academic environment for any female graduate students.”

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  • Like junk food addicts at a candy store, libs get a sugar buzz from PC slandering.

    • It just bizarre how crazy universities have become.

      • Editor

        Professors and administrators have cultivated the ideology, that makes this intolerant climate possible, for the last 40 years. You reap what you sow.

  • Thomas Henderson

    The keening of the banshees. The reprisal of the sirens.

  • Art Deco

    I have a suspicion nearly all academic administrators these days are weak and other-directed men worried about social ostracism. He’s 67, so it’s not inapposite for him to retire, but if he just wanted out he could have waited to give his notice at a time when it was clear he was leaving because he’s ready to spend time on his boat, not because he was being chased out by the usual haut bourgeois rabble.

    • WalterBannon

      he should have fired the 400 professors who were stirring the pot and inciting more violence..

      • Watchman

        They are likely to have only been replaced by more ideologically extreme new professors, given that the younger the professor the more likely they have been successfully indoctrinated with leftist SJW ideology.

  • WalterBannon

    maybe I should stop protesting all the malfeasance by our government plus the Muslim invasion

    this generation of douches deserve their coming genocide under the muslims

  • Martin B

    It’s Salem 1692, people.