Stockton University in New Jersey is moving forward with disciplinary action against a student who used a photo of President Trump as his background for a zoom meeting.
My observation is that it seems the term “tolerance” has been turned on its head. Tolerance means allowing a wide variety of opinions, including those that you find personally offensive. The new definition that the left has been imposing is labeling anyone with a different viewpoint as intolerant and therefore deserving of punishment.
Should a state university be able to declare a background photo of the President of the United States “cyberbullying” and threaten the student with fines, suspension, and other penalties?
Or is the university guilty of violating the First Amendment rights of the student?