Over the course of that last few years, or maybe a bit longer, there has seemed to be an increasing number of leftwing loons who have, for one reason or another, been able to attain the moniker of ‘professor.’  Now I can only assume that in order for such a thing to have occurred, the bar must now be set pretty low.  And in demonstrating just how low the bar has become, we have ‘Professors’ Marc Lamont Hill and Michael Eric Dyson.  Apparently these two boobs are of the opinion that if they use all three names it will somehow make them appear to be smarter than what they actually are.  However, unfortunately for them, it’s as soon as they open their mouth and begin to speak that it becomes noticeably apparent, and in fairly short order, that both are far from being terribly bright.

And as an example of why I say that there was a recent incident that I’m sure most have now heard about where a man in a San Antonio, Texas Whataburger stole a boy’s MAGA hat and then tossed his drink on the group of Trump-supporting teens.  “You ain’t supporting s*it, n******,” the man told the teens after he threw his drink on them.  And it was a couple of days later that ‘Professor’ Marc Lamont Hill, who is also a commentator on the Communist News Network (CNN), took to Twitter taking it upon himself to condone the attack on this 16 year-old kid.  Yup, you have to be some kind of a douche bag, which ‘Professor’ Hill most certainly is, to see the assaulting of child over something as stupid as politics as being in any way appropriate.  It makes clear the very warped mentality possessed by those on the left.

And it was after some TMZ staffer by the name of Van Lathan seemed to defend the man’s behavior in a Thursday tweet, writing, “Wish I could take the high road. But your MAGA hat reads like a swastika to me” that ‘Professor’ Hill then responded with a tweet of his own of three crying laughing emojis.  ‘Professor’ Hill claimed in a follow-up tweet on his own page that while he doesn’t “advocate throwing drinks on people,” still suggested that wearing a MAGA hat invites assault and that it’s hard to “feel sympathy” for the teen.  He said, “Yes, i think MAGA hats (deliberately) reflect a movement that conjures racism, homophobia, xenophobia, etc.”  He added, “So yes, it’s a little harder to feel sympathy when someone gets Coca Cola thrown on him.”  The ‘professor’, it seems, is your typical leftist.

And it was also on Thursday, on CNN’s “New Day,” and albeit on a somewhat slightly different topic, that Hill’s fellow leftwing ‘professor’ and CNN contributor, Michael Eric Dyson, got into a rather heated debate with conservative commentator Scott Jennings over a Quinnipiac poll that apparently showed that 49 percent of respondents believe that President Trump is racist.  Jennings said the poll is a “reflection of the extreme political polarization in America right now.  And he went on to say, “We are willing to ascribe all of the worst motivations to every policy view, to every action that our political opponents take.”  And he continued by saying, “In this case what the people who disapprove of Trump believe he’s a racist and everything he does must be rooted in racism.”

To which the good ‘Professor’ Dyson responded by saying, “The reality is this well, Donald Trump talks like a racist, thinks like a racist, makes statements like a racist, conjures emotions that give support to white nationalists. Yeah, he’s a racist. Racism is as racism does. So here’s the problem, Martin Luther King Jr. said it’s not the white supremacists who are the problem it’s white moderates and conservatives who are complicit by trying to dismiss it. Brother Jennings, much respect for you but what you’re doing is egregious because you’re attempting to make valid what are essentially naked raw statements of racism.”  I dare say that for a black man ‘Professor’ Dyson seems to be rather ignorant regarding what it was that Dr. Martin Luther King was all about. But I’m not surprised.

But anyway, ‘Professor’ Dyson went on to say, “This is easy stuff. This is very, very clear that it has racial animus here, and you’re trying to dismiss it as a difference of opinion. That is complicit in the racist element we’re talking about.”  Jennings responded by simply saying, “I disagree with everything you’ve said. I disagree with the motives you’ve ascribed to me and I think most Republicans and conservatives are tired of being or complicit in racism.”  Let’s be honest here, those who do the most to promote racism in this country are blacks like ‘Professors’ Dyson and Hill.  And I find it more than just a little hypocritical that they claim to see nothing wrong with someone being accused of racism for nothing more than wearing a hat, and yet they can spew all manner racist drivel and it’s ok.

Dyson said, “That a man making inflammatory remarks is not something to just be disagreed with. You should repudiate them and find cause to distance yourself from a man who can call all Mexicans rapists, Muslims who should be banned, black people who should be discriminated against, women who should be treated in a sexually predatory manner. The point is that here is a president who said things quite clearly and you as a figure can’t even say ‘Yes I find it reprehensible and he should be repudiated’ And yet you come on to say ‘I disagree with you in the past.’ That’s part of the problem we’re confronting here in America. Until white folk like you can stand up and find your spine, you will continue to be complicit in the racist animus of this country.”  “The racist animus of this country?”  Seriously?

Let’s be honest here, if anyone is being complicit here it’s racist boobs like Dyson and Hill who I’m quite sure would never agree that the vast majority of racists in this country happen to be black.  Racism still exists in this country because of people exactly like them.  Now I’m not saying that there are not racist white folks, because there are.  But there are far more blacks who are racist than whites, and they seem to base that racism on a practice the ended more than 150 years ago.  And I can’t help but wonder if either of our illustrious ‘professors’ ever found anything that was said by their hero Barry ‘O’ to be either reprehensible or something for which they felt he should have been repudiated.’  Call me silly, but somehow I doubt it.  Because that is how those on the left operate.

And I would argue that it’s racist black folk like Dyson, as well as Hill, who are the ones in rather desperate need of finding a spine, and maybe a little honesty as well.  They need to work up the necessary courage that would allow them to finally walk off the Democrat plantation, and to encourage as many others as they can to do the same.  The sad truth here is that these guys are nothing more than willing accomplices of the Democrat Party in its continuing effort to make sure blacks in this country are kept from straying.  They are little more than traitors to their race.  And they seem to be very comfortable in their role as racial overseers for the Democrat Party.  They are little more than ‘Al Sharptons’ of the academic world.  And as long as people like them are listened to very little will change.

But I do have a question for these black ‘professors,’ and all of the others like them.  If I’m such a racist for having voted for President Trump, and for intending to do so again in 2020, then what about the millions of blacks who voted for Barry ‘O’ for no other reason than because he was black?  Because to me that’s far more of an act of overt racism than is my simply choosing to vote for President Trump because of his positions on those issues that are most important to me.  And speaking of Barry ‘O’, the fact that he is black had nothing whatsoever to do with my reasons for not voting for him or for not supporting him as president.  That was because he was, and remains to this day, a devout socialist who hates the country that I love.  Just like our two previously mentioned supposed ‘professors.’

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