Sometimes the ignorance and vitriol that emanates from the anti-Trump ‘Resistance’ is bad enough that the Secret Service should get involved.
That was the case when a liberal professor threatened the assassination of President Donald Trump in a YouTube video.
During an event titled “The Rule of Law in a Time of Polarization,” Northeastern University economics and political science professor Barry Bluestone advocated for the murder of the president, Fox News reported.
“I wouldn’t mind seeing him dead”
“Sometimes, I want to just see [Trump] impeached. Other times, and I hope there aren’t any FBI agents here, I wouldn’t mind seeing him dead,” he said.
That is the kind of irrational, nut job rantings your hard earned tuition dollars are buying for your children on the majority of college campuses today.
It would be nice to believe that this professor is an aberration, but the fact is that blowhard Bluestone is not the first professor to call for the assassination of President Trump.
In August of 2017 a Montclair State University professor, Kevin Allred, was fired after he tweeted that he wished “someone would just shoot” the President.
This happened around the same time that a professor at John Jay College, a school for aspiring police officers, called for the assassination of, not of the president, but law enforcement officers.
Professor Mike Isaacson was put on leave after he tweeted that it was a “privilege to teach future dead cops.”
This is the brain trust of Marxist idealists that are teaching your children.
This kind of hatred is not unusual
Campus Reform contributor Aubrey Kenderdine tore a strip off of bumbling Bluestone in a statement to Fox News.
“Here we see a respected professor advocate for violence against our president in a public forum while he’s representing my university. This is outrageous,” she said.
Kenderdine, who is a senior at the school, said she is not surprised by his remarks as she has encountered other anti-President Trump bigotry at Northeastern.
“I wasn’t surprised at all,” she said. “I see this rhetoric on a daily basis from my professors.”
Walking back his comments
The imbecilic instructor issued a statement to Fox News back tracking from his comments.
“I meant to say [he] would have liked to see the president disappear from the White House. This president has created such deep divisions in the country,” he said.
Really? That’s what you meant by you want him dead? It’s kind of tough to misinterpret that, but perhaps it takes the intellectual mind of a professor to comprehend that wanting someone dead really means you want the to leave their job.
Tell Us What You Think.
Should the nutty professor be fired from his job for his remarks?