Campus Correspondent Gabriella Morrongiello joins Fox & Friends to discuss political correctness on campus

Administrators at the City University of New York are using Title XI as a scapegoat to advise that school staffers refrain from addressing students with the gender specific pronoun “Mr.” or “Ms.” 

Campus Correspondent Gabrielle Morrongiello joined Fox and Friends Friday morning to discuss political correctness run amok. 

"It's the proverbial slippery slope," Morrongiello said. "Before we know it we're going to see university professors simply point at students and say, 'Hey you', because calling on a student with a Biblical name could be discriminatory toward secular students."

Watch the full clip below.

Follow Gabrielle Morrongiello on Twitter: @gabriellahope_



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