What about Hillary Clinton? Is she some picture of virtue in politics?

The College Fix reports.

Poli-sci prof says she must condemn Trump in class, calls ‘balance an offense to the truth’

Kathleen Iannello, an associate professor of political science at Gettysburg College, has declared a Donald Trump presidency “truly unthinkable as well as unteachable” and as such says she cannot offer a balanced approach on the Republican candidate inside her classroom this fall.

“My approach for the fall semester will be boldly honest: It is a disservice to students to attempt to provide balance when I know that balance is an offense to the truth,” Iannello stated in a recent op-ed in Philly.com.

The column, titled “Balanced Presentation A Dishonest Exercise In Presidential Race,” has the professor admitting that “as a liberal, [she has] no problem extolling the virtues of Democrats.”

With that, she goes on to write that to counterbalance that she assigns readings of moderate Republicans and even praises Ronald Reagan. But she cannot offer balance on Trump, she added. On Trump, she draws the line.

“His harsh and distasteful commentary regarding religious and ethnic groups, as well as women, only serves as a lightning rod for promoting further hate,” Iannello wrote. “He displays neither a record of public service nor an understanding of the word statesmanship. In the history of our country, it is hard to recall anyone less prepared to take office.”

When contacted by The College Fix to clarify her public declaration, she responded that “I can assure you that all students will have a voice in my classes.”

And a Gettysburg College spokesperson told The College Fix via email: “It’s an important part of our mission as a liberal arts institution to ensure that ideas can be shared openly, and we have every confidence that students will be given opportunity to express their views freely in their classes.”