Christian Cutler, the former director of the art gallery at Stephen F. Austin University, says he was pressured to resign after he offended Rep. Louis Gohmert, a Texas Republican known among other things for recently demanding federal action to crack down on "terror babies" that he claims are being born in the United States and then taken abroad with their U.S. citizenship, KLTV 7 reported. After Cutler turned down a request to jury an art show organized by the congressman, telling his office that he viewed the lawmaker as "a fear monger," Cutler says he was pressured to quit his job. University officials declined to comment.
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