It goes to show you how confused the left is. Even writing this blog – Google tries to change my words to fit their hate narrative. When are they going to wise up? Liberalism is hate and Google and these professors are walkin’, talkin’, and poopin’ it – and that is why they are sooo confused. Why don’t they try love, peace, and havin’ fun?
Here we go again: ‘I hate white people!’
Universities are becoming home to more and more radical leftists, places where intolerance and hate speech is dressed up in fine linen and tolerated by the administration.
But sometimes racial rants come from the unlikeliest sources …
I have come to the conclusion – when I hear an educated person rant: I hate white people – and he is white – then he is “OVER EDUCATED WITH LIBERALISM.” In other words – his brain has become confused with the definition of words. In order to cope with his environment – he is smokin’ somethin’ – which makes him confused and can’t handle it.
It is time that our higher education should be brought back to earth since we are paying their way. If they are smokin’ joints – they should be fired and more conservatives injected into this environment and stop the blokin’ smokin’ which is causing all of these campus crazies to rant.
I have kinfolks that are liberals and they have this same frame of mind – they are over educated with liberalism and are confused.
It’s the First Amendment that Rutgers University history professor James Livingston can thank for avoiding punishment for posting on Facebook his hatred for “white people.”
He responded in anger when he found a restaurant in his Harlem neighborhood was too busy: “OK, officially, I now hate white people. I am a white people, for God’s sake, but can we keep them–us–us out of my neighborhood?”
Livingston said the restaurant was “overrun with little Caucasian a——-.”
“I hereby resign from my race.”
His posts were noticed by news outlets, and members of the public complained to the university. Rutgers’ Office of Employment Equity then investigated and considered punishment.
However, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education wrote to Rutgers President Robert Barchi, arguing the diatribe was protected speech.
Barchi ordered a review and the school now has determined the speech was protected.
“FIRE is pleased that Rutgers did the right thing and reversed the charge of racial discrimination against Professor Livingston,” said Marieke Tuthill Beck-Coon, FIRE’s director of litigation. “Any other result would have undermined the free speech and academic freedom rights of all Rutgers faculty members.”
Barchi noted that “few values are as important to the university as the protection of our First Amendment rights – even when the speech we are protecting is insensitive and reckless.”
Livingston said in a statement: “I’m relieved that my right to free speech and my academic freedom have been validated by this retraction, thanks to FIRE, the AAUP, and colleagues, who made this strange episode an issue to be debated and decided in public.”
WND reported Facebook removed Livingston’s post, citing its Community Standards on hate speech.
Good for Facebook – it should work both ways.