A Texas college professor claims that her state's new right to carry law will lead to students' grades being inflated through "intimidation."

"Will we soon see a new sort of grade inflation, with students earning a 4.0 GPA with their firepower rather than brainpower?" Texas Woman's University Professor Jessica Gullion wrote in Newsweek. "Students are often emotional and can be volatile when it comes to their GPAs. Who would want to give a student a low grade and then get shot for it?"

Campus Reform correspondent Cabot Phillips said on "Fox and Friends Weekend" that that is an absolutely ridiculous claim.

"I think average Americans, myself included, look at this and realize it doesn't have any validity and it's just simply not logical," Phillips said.

"The bottom line is people are going to do crazy things if they are crazy people," Phillips said. "Any student who's crazy enough to think it's a good idea to bring a firearm and threaten their professor is so crazy that they're going to do this evil and unlawful act whether there is legislation to stop them or not."

"You'd really have to be an assistant professor of sociology to think this was real," Tucker Carlson remarked.

Watch the "Fox and Friends Weekend" clip above.


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