'White Genocide' Professor Resigns, Plays The VictimChris Menahan
Dec. 30, 2017
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Drexel University professor George Ciccariello-Maher, who said last year that all he wanted for Christmas was "white genocide," resigned this Christmas without getting the genocide he anxiously craves.
A Drexel University professor who received death threats after posting several controversial tweets said Thursday he is resigning because the year-long harassment has made his situation "unsustainable."Ciccariello-Maher clarified his "All I Want for Christmas is White Genocide" tweet one day later saying the massacre of whites during the Haitian revolution "was a good thing indeed."
Why do they always leave that out?
Does anyone think CNN would be crying "academic freedom" if a white professor said "All I Want For Christmas Is Black Genocide"?
What if he clarified his statement saying he thought the genocide of blacks "was a good thing indeed"?
Fact is we have no academic freedom in America because the left destroyed it. Liberal professors outnumber conservatives 28 to 1 in New England.
Right-wingers can't speak at Berkeley without triggering communist riots. Middlebury professor Allison Stanger was violently assaulted for attempting to protect Charles Murray from a hostile liberal mob. A state of emergency was declared in Florida over a Richard Spencer speech in October.
These communists are just angry that for the first time in decades they're getting the same treatment they've been dishing out against right-wingers for half a century.
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