Some people on the left have become incredibly comfortable saying things they would have shrieked about when Obama was president. In this latest case, a women’s studies professor said on Twitter that he wished someone would shoot Trump. Now he’s out of a job.
Life News reported:
Professor Who Wanted President Trump Shot and Killed Has Been Fired
Kevin Allred, a self-described “Beyonce Professor,” has been fired from Montclair State University in New Jersey before the start of the school year after saying on Twitter that he hopes someone would shoot President Donald Trump. In a now-deleted tweet, Allred said that Trump was a “f-cking joke” and that he hoped someone would “shoot him outright,” followed by a shrugging emoji.
He then followed up that tweet clarifying that wishing someone was dead is not the same as a death threat.
Allred has since locked his Twitter account from public view, but he announced his firing and then slammed “Trump’s base” and “Trump trolls” for lashing out and pressuring the university to fire him. Additionally, Allred said that Montclair State had “caved” to conservatives and was “firmly taking a side” against liberal viewpoints like his.
In a somewhat hilarious twist, someone dug up an old tweet where Allred criticized universities for hosting Milo Yiannopoulos and said that his “vitriol” does not fall under free speech.
If this guy had said the same thing about Obama eight years ago, he would not only have been fired, he would have been shamed by the national media for days. They would have made him famous and not in a good way.
He would never have worked again.
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