A California university is offering a course that revolves around removing President Donald Trump from office.
- San Diego State University is offering a one-credit course next month dedicated exclusively to the topic of removing Donald Trump from office.
- The only required reading for the course is a book called “The Case for Impeachment,” though the course description indicates that the class will also explore the possibility of removal under the 25th Amendment.
As Celine Ryan and Brandon Jones report at Campus Reform, San Diego State University will offer the one-unit course in March. Professor John Joseph Cleary will teach the class; the text for the course is ”The Case for Impeachment,” authored by Allan Lichtman, which was released after Trump’s election and advocates removing him from office.
The course advertises itself thus:
Focus will be on the two constitutional grounds: impeachment and removal (25th Amendment), and the possible charges of the independent counsel, the powers of the president, a history of the creation of that office and the comparison of divine right and rule of law leadership, presidential impeachments, including Nixon’s de facto impeachment, practically limitless grounds for impeachment, presidential immunity from indictment and grounds for impeachment, removal, or indictment covering: conflict of interests, foreign emoluments, climate change, racism, religious bias, improper influence, nepotism, and a host of crimes, including conspiracy, false statements, and obstruction of justice.
Ryan and Jones note, “The course will be offered through SDSU’s Criminal Justice program, which is a part of the school’s College of Professional Studies and Fine Arts.”
San Diego State seems to be a true bastion for leftists; as Project Republic reported last September, students at San Diego State University were allowed to earn extra credit in Professor Dae Elliott’s classes if they took a quiz to determine if they have “white privilege.”
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