Racism allegations fail to stop student gov VP's impeachment
- Clemson University's Undergraduate Student Government recently voted to move forward with an impeachment trial of its Vice President, who was previously fired from his job as an RA for "trespassing" and "sexual harassment" of female classmates.
- Jaren Stewart's supporters fought back by accusing the student senator who proposed the motion of having racist motivations, but the vote ultimately passed 40-18.
A Clemson University student senator is being called a racist for proposing a motion to impeach a black student government official accused of sexual harassment.
Clemson Undergraduate Student Government (CUSG) Senator Miller Hoffman motioned for an impeachment vote during a student government meeting Monday, leading to an intense three-hour debate among senators, according to video obtained by Campus Reform.
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