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Suspended conservative student: Prof says others targeted me for supporting a ‘bigot of a president’

Suspended conservative student: Prof says others targeted me for supporting a ‘bigot of a president’

An outspoken conservative student has been suspended by the University of Denver after being accused of uttering racist and homophobic slurs — but Addison Puffer told KCNC-TV the accusations against her are hearsay and that she has a good idea of why it all happened.

Puffer — a student government senator, according to the College Fix — told KCNC school officials suspended her nine days before the spring semester ended, forcing her out of classes and her dorm room.

“It’s like they’re trying to ruin my career before it even gets started,” Puffer told KCNC.

In response, the resident assistant made him remove the posters and called the entire hall together for an “emergency meeting” to discuss the “inappropriate behavior.” In January 2018, two resident assistants in the program hall made a report to the Office of Equal Opportunity about several students in the dorm, including Puffer, who they claimed continually used racial slurs, creating a hostile environment.

In regard to the 13 people who made accusations against Puffer, the College Fix said only one claimed to have actually heard Puffer use the slurs.

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