The infamous ‘white genocide’ professor from Drexel, who over Christmas of last year sent out a volatile tweet saying that all he wanted for Christmas was “white genocide”, made headlines again when he witnessed a passenger on a plane give up their first class ticket for a uniformed soldier, and describe the act as making him want to “vomit”.
Associate Professor George Ciccariello-Maher of Drexel University, who teaches history and politics, made his Christmas wish public in a tweet on December 24th to the world. This professor’s wish wasn’t for peace on earth or goodwill towards men, but rather he wished for the death of an entire race of human beings as he laid bare his deepest desire for “white genocide”.
Now, the self-loathing professor from Drexel is at it again, as after witnessing an act of respect and generosity by a passenger who gave up their first class seat for a uniformed soldier, he tweeted about how the situation made him want to “vomit”.
“Some guy gave up his first-class seat for a uniformed soldier. People are thanking him,” Ciccariello-Maher tweeted, “I’m trying not to vomit or yell about Mosul.”
Apparently this patriotic display combined with being faced by a selfless act was too much for this extreme leftist professor, as it made him physically ill similar to the way seeing a horrific act would do to a normal person.
Last night, Fox News host Tucker Carlson took on Professor Ciccariello in a one-on-one interview.
Tucker starts out asking the professor about why he felt it necessarily to recently call for shutting a down a conservative speaker’s event, Charles Murray, at a neighboring university and how he can justify silencing free speech when college’s are suppose to support the open exchange of ideas.
Professor Ciccariello’s response basically amounted to saying that only liberal approved ideas, which he called “rational” thoughts, should be allowed on campus. Also, he claims conservative speaker Charles Murray has never passed a “rigorous academic examination” of his ideas, which equates to saying that only liberal university approved concepts should be allowed on campus.
Tucker responds by tearing down the professor and his previous statements on supporting white genocide.
Nobody takes you seriously, I’m trying to take you seriously. You’re accusing this guy of racial demagoguery and you called for white genocide, you also applauded the Haitian revolution for killing whites – look those are your views! I’m not saying you shouldn’t be allowed to express them. I’m merely pointing out the irony that you’re trafficking in race hatred and yet saying that Charles Murray shouldn’t be allowed to speak because he trafficks in race hatred. Are you self aware enough to catch that?
The professor claims that, if Tucker Carlson would only use Google for his research, he would see that white genocide is “not a real thing” and is a “racial fantasy”, thus Charles Murray has not “earned a right” to speak on campus.
Perhaps this history professor should brush up on his knowledge of the Muslim invasions of Spain and France in 732 AD, which prompted the First Crusade as a reaction to the slaughter of Europeans. Or the Turkish invasion into eastern Europe culminating in the Siege of Vienna in 1683, in which the Polish army ultimately saved Europe from untold slaughter if the Turks had proved victorious. Both are instances of horrific genocide of white Europeans.
When pressed as to why seeing a person give up their first class seat for a soldier in uniform made him want to vomit, the professor said that U.S. troops “don’t need symbolic gestures”, but rather need healthcare support, especially female soldier who he claims are subjected to rampant abuse.
Watch Tucker’s epic exchange with a clearly deluded and warped liberal professor below:
The scariest part is this professor is still actively teaching young adults on a regular basis at a university, slowing planting his seeds of hatred, intolerance and conformity to liberal norms.
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