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Tulane alum ‘disappointed’ by Hunter Biden’s appearance in curriculum

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After Tulane University announced Hunter Biden as a guest lecturer for a course on media polarization, alum Ben Storch says that is not unusual for the liberal university. He shared his personal experience of political bias in an exclusive Fox News interview.

Storch was a student and treasurer of his college conservative club Turning Point USA from 2014-2018.

“The environment was unsafe to continue openly being a conservative on campus,” Storch said. “We would wear MAGA hats and in the dining room, they refused to serve us. People would yell at us…and that escalated.”

Hunter Biden will be a guest speaker for a class entitled “Media Polarization and Public Policy Impacts.” In its syllabus, the class promises to “explore the current state of the media landscape in the United States and how media polarization, fake news, and the economics of the news business impact public policymaking in Washington, DC.” 

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Storch is “disappointed” to see the president’s son sponsored at his alma mater. “I hoped that they would be a little more balanced,” Storch said, “but I don’t expect them to be because I know how they’ve always operated.”

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Biden’s non-binary nuclear official charged with purposely stealing woman’s baggage at airport

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Sam Brinton, the Biden administration’s deputy assistant for spent fuel and waste disposition at the Department of Energy’s Office of Nuclear Energy has been charged with a very bizarre crime.

Allegedly Brinton purposely stole a woman’s Vera Bradley suitcase worth $2,325 from the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport’s baggage claim.

Brinton is one of the federal government’s first gender non-binary officials who uses they/them pronouns. Court filings state that surveillance video showed Brinton grabbing the luggage and removing the owners ID tag.

Brinton then used the Vera Bradley suitcase on at least two occasions; one while traveling to Washington, DC, on Sept. 18 and the second on Oct. 9, investigators say.

Initially, Brinton denied stealing the suitcase to police officers. They later claimed it was taken by mistake, although it was still  in their possession.

 

 

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