Bart Knijnenburg, an assistant professor in the School of Computing at South Carolina’s Clemson University posted to his Facebook page that Republicans are “racist scum” and “naive” according to a college watchdog site.
They reported that Knijnenburg wrote a series of Facebook posts condemning the Republican Party as a whole. He’s no fan of Republican ideals.
“All trump supporters, nay, all Republicans, are racist scum,” Knijnenburg wrote. When he was questioned, he doubled down.
“All Republicans? Yes. Your complacency made this happen,” he commented. “Pick a side: denounce your affiliation, or admit you’re a racist.”
Knijnenberg, who has taught at Clemson since 2015, condemned Republicans for sticking by Trump.
“I haven’t seen any of them renounce their political affiliation yet,” he said after a former student questioned his harsh generalization. “In fact, all of them fell in line with Trump once he became president. They selectively criticize him when it is politically convenient to do so, but they don’t take any actual sustained actions.”
The professor, who is on a tenure track at Clemson, went on to say that Republican ideology is “naive”. In other words, Republicans are racist and stupid.
“The republican [sic] ideology of ‘everyone is equal and nobody deserves a handout’ is naive at best, covertly racist at worst. I truly believe that turning a blind eye makes you complicit in what is happening now,” he told another Facebook user.
No Republican ever said “nobody deserves a handout.” We all agree people in need deserve help.
He’s an anti-white racist who sees white men as the enemy of our society.
“This society is aggressively structured to make cis white males succeed, at the expense of minorities,” the paranoid prof said. He is also into the fluid gender thing but I digress.
He has, unsurprisingly, called for violence against so-called white supremacists which he apparently thinks are the half of the nation who voted for Trump. Sounding like Malcolm X, he wrote:
“I admire anyone who stands up against white supremacy. Violent or nonviolent. This needs to stop, by any means necessary. #PunchNazis,” he proclaimed boldly.
Shortly after Campus Reform’s publication, Knijnenberg changed his Facebook settings from public to private.
if you voted for Trump, you’re a racist as far as he is concerned and he’s teaching youth in South Carolina.
If you voted for Trump and think “I’m not part of this group of Nazis in VA and they don’t represent me”: You are. They do.
— Bart Knijnenburg (@usabart) August 12, 2017
He needs to be fired. The hater is in no way qualified to teach. He is stereotyping half the nation according to his narrow, close-minded standards and judgmental nature. He’s a dog.