‘Antifa’ professor has resigned after losing his class who appeared to threaten President Trump, and who implied that he would like to murder evangelical Christians.
The Cedar Rapids Gazette reports: “With the safety of our students, faculty and staff as our top concern, we made the decision this morning to identify an instructor who will take over the one course that Mr. Klinzman was to have taught this semester. We have spoken with Mr. Klinzman this afternoon about this matter and have accepted his resignation.”
— The College Fix (@CollegeFix) August 26, 2019
Jeff Klinzman, an adjunct English professor at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, has generated headlines in the recent past by implying that he would like to “clock [President Donald Trump] with a bat.” He also announced that he considered himself part of “antifa,” the often-violent far-left protest movement known for assaulting journalists and taking part in street brawls.
Perhaps most notably, as local news station KCRG reports, Klinzman had previously written a Facebook posted slamming “evangelical Christians,” in which he recited part of a poem that read: “Kill them all, and bury them deep in the ground.” More
Only pulled his class? If his behavior was so egregious that he was removed from class, he should have had his teaching license suspended, right?
He’s just an old liberal looking for his 15 minutes pic.twitter.com/xyi4syv4Mp
— Tom “Fredo” Chamberlain (@ChamberlainDr) August 23, 2019
It’s not shocking that a college professor would hold these beliefs because the overwhelming majority of professors are far-leftist supporters of socialism, communism, and the violence necessary to put those systems in place. It’s become so commonplace it’s normal.
Not surprised, college professors are really a screwed up bunch. Liberalism is truely a mental disease.
— brotherwatt (@brotherwatt65) August 22, 2019
What is surprising is that he was actually held accountable at all. Most schools are decidedly lax when it comes to the vitriol spewed by far-left professors.
He should be immediately fired and charged with threatening the president.
— Bill Moody (@CouncilmanMoody) August 25, 2019