UCLA Professor Suspended Put Under Police Protection After Refusing to Exempt Black Students from Final Exams Due to George Floyd Death

Professor Gordon Klein later he refused to exempt students in final tests after the death of George Floyd was suspended by UCLA.
Professor Klein was asked whether he will exempt students in their final exam which makes 100% of their grade up!
The social justice warriors in the university didn’t appreciate his reply.

This is Professor Klein’s response:

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So the professor was suspended after he wouldn’t offer a pass about the session to black students.
That is the modern day left at the office.
The professor now needs police protection due to all of the death threats.
FOX News reported:

A California school professor is being researched for offenses and under police protection after denying a petition to exempt students in final assessments in the wake of George Floyd’s death.
The University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) suspended Gordon Klein, an accounting professor in the Anderson School of Business where he has been teaching for 39 decades, for three months starting on June 25 after he dropped a student’s request to delay a final exam in light of Floyd’s departure, the totally free Beacon reports.
Anderson School of Management Dean Antonio Bernardo sent an email to students on Monday calling Klein’s behaviour”bothering” and allegedly extended time students have to finish examinations given the”challenging conditions.”
The Malibu Police Department allegedly has an increased police presence outside Klein’s home after multiple dangers.
At least 20,000 people signed a petition calling for Klein’s elimination published the exchange on social media.

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