Ted McCoy is an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Calgary. But prospective students should be advised: if you cite Jordan Peterson, you will be punished.
U.N. Watch’s Hillel Neuer kindly grabbed a screenshot of McCoy’s threat, since McCoy is protecting his tweets for some reason:
Calgary U. social justice prof & self-described anti-fascist @tedmccoy will fail students who cite University of Toronto psychology professor who taught at Harvard and co-authored 100+ scientific papers advancing the modern understanding of creativity, competence and personality. pic.twitter.com/HEBiNrUogg
— Hillel Neuer (@HillelNeuer) January 8, 2020
Seeking to punish people for wrongthink is definitely anti-fascist.
He is courageous. So much so that he created his own little safe space after his noble proclamation.
— Bishop (@BishopFromArk) January 8, 2020
Protecting his tweets was really icing on the cake.
Ironic. Up until now, no one knew who Ted McCoy was. But censoring Jordan Peterson has made him famous.
— David Jacobs (@DrJacobsRad) January 8, 2020
I commend @tedmccoy for having the temporary courage to say plainly what other activist professors hide.
I have been encouraging my 14YO to skip college. This is pointless institutional betrayal of our students. Graduate school in the hardest science still functions. For now. pic.twitter.com/ktAzdUhHx5
— Eric Weinstein (@EricRWeinstein) January 8, 2020