Arizona college English professor under fire after students say he fills classes with QAnon video

Mail Online | 8/23/2019 | Dailymail.com Reporter
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An Arizona college is investigating after students claimed an English professor used his classes to show them conspiracy theory videos containing ideas from a group that believes satanic, cannibalistic pedophiles have infiltrated the government, media, and entertainment industry.

Since the start of the fall semester at Mesa Community College, Douglas Belmore has been spreading the far-right conspiracy theory that has been bashing the Obamas, Bushes, Clintons, Rothschilds, George Soros, and the late John McCain among others since 2017.

Video - March - Joe - M - Claims

A 14-minute video published in March by Joe M and that claims President Trump is secretly working to bring down the alleged bad personalities, has allegedly been played in at least two classes according to four students.

'Afterwards, [Belmore] just kept talking about how there are a bunch of criminals and they're going to get caught now that Trump is the president,' one student told the Phoenix New Times. 'Belmore believes that Q is actually JFK Jr. and he just faked his death.'

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A second student alleged he used his hour of teaching to talk about porn and Satanists and predicted the downfall of media conglomerates.

A person from another class told the publication: 'He was just babbling, basically. He just brought it up out of nowhere.'

Reviews - RateMyProfessor - Com - Show - Belmore

Reviews on RateMyProfessor.com show that Belmore's classes aren't conventional too. Students alleged it's unfair they are not able to develop skills or learn during the classes.

They also complain of his 'awful' feedback, lack of availability outside classes, and how 'lectures can be uncomfortable'.

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One person writes: 'Although he is very clearly passionate about English, he goes on tangents a lot and would discuss topics that were inappropriate or unnecessary. He incorporates his own faith and ideology into his lectures and it can be uncomfortable.'

Another comment admitted: 'Professor Belmore is a very strange teacher. His lectures are 20% actually learning English, 80% conspiracy...
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