Conservative Schindler’s List Producer Censored From Addressing Students at Graduation

Courtesy of Breitbart.com

By: Rachel Pulaski

Oscar winner, former Marine and co-producer of “Schindler’s List”, Gerald Molen, was recently asked to give a commencement speech to a graduating high school class in Montana.  Upon arriving to the graduation, Gerald was told he would not be allowed to give his speech to the class because he was a “right wing conservative”.  Hollywood Reporter has more:

Molen is one of those rare conservatives in Hollywood (he’s even making a documentary called 2016, based on the Dinesh D’Souza book The Roots of Obama’s Rage) and because of that, he says, Ronan High School principal Tom Stack decided to disinvite him — and he didn’t tell him so until after Molen made the 90-minute drive from his home in Bigfork, Mont.

Unlike Hollywood, Ronan isn’t exactly a hotbed of liberalism (its state representative is a Republican), still, Molen says that Stack told him straight up that he wouldn’t be allowed to address the students because he was “a right-wing conservative.”

“He said some callers didn’t want the kids exposed to that, despite not knowing what my message would be,” Molen told The Hollywood Reporter.

Stack did not return several calls seeking comment, nor did representatives from the Ronan School District.

Molen has spoken at dozens of schools and never accepts a fee. When one is offered, he asks that it be donated to the Shoah Foundation, the nonprofit organization founded by Spielberg and dedicated to the remembrance of the Holocaust.

PJ Tatler reported an update that the superintendent has fired the principal:

In an update, the superintendent informed HR that the principle had been fired:

The incident as described by Molen “did, in fact, occur,” superintendent of schools for the Ronan district Andy Holmlund told The Hollywood Reporter on Friday.

It is my understanding that the high-school principal made the decision based on his point of view. It is not the view of the district. That’s not the expectations that the district maintains. That principal will not be serving in this school district for the upcoming school year.”

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