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The University of Southern California professor who said "whiteness" "must be by any and all means, destroyed," said Wednesday that he stands behind his statements.
In an email to The College Fix, self-described "black identity extremist" assistant professor Charles H.F. Davis wrote: "Yes, I stand behind my statements against white supremacy, heterosexism and homophobia, and patriarchy as systems of oppression, all of which are both embodied and advanced by the violent and dehumanizing rhetoric and policy decisions of the current President of the United States."
USC defended Davis' "right" to express his views.
"Statements made by our faculty members are not endorsed by the University; indeed, we sometimes profoundly disagree with the statements," they said in a statement to The College Fix. "Nevertheless, we protect their right to express those views. However, USC does not condone violence or threats of violence in any form."
As The College Fix reports:
Davis told The Fix that he refutes InformationLiberation's accusation that his Twitter account includes "anti-white hate" and promotes violence against law enforcement, saying it is a "perfect and intentional misrepresentation." However, the professor did not deny harboring anti-police and anti-whiteness sentiments.It's a "perfect and intentional misrepresentation" to say he's pushing "anti-white hate" – he just hates everything white people have created and wants to see it destroyed because we thrive on "marginalizing and disenfranchising" people of color, understand?
Referring to his background photo on his Twitter account, Davis said he thinks photos that show resistance to police violence are necessary and said the photo of a black woman shooting a pig in a police officer's uniform "is an intentional political statement."Indeed, it takes a high level of wokeness to realize black people can be white supremacists.
Davis is not against white people, he's just against our very essence – our "whiteness" – which he and Marxist professors much smarter than himself get to arbitrarily define without our input.
Thanks for clearing all that up, Professor.
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