If you’ve never heard of Drexel University, here some very important facts to keep in mind about the higher learning institution. First, it’s a private university based out of Philadelphia that offers 26,000 students degree programs in all the areas of study like the arts (of course), business and economics, engineering and computers, media and design as well as a number of other professional graduate programs for the over achiever…Or the person that doesn’t want to leave school.
At Drexel you can find at least 33 active club sports, and they also have a cable television station which is kept up and running solely by its students…Not bad!
And last but not least, the university is also the workplace of an insufferable leftist professor with a big mouth, and not much else to back it up.
George Ciccariello-Maher is that very same associate professor of political science who specializes in none other than…Wait for it…Colonialism, social movements, political theory, Latin America, and of course – we saw this coming – race and racism. But you know what? He has another special area of expertise…
It’s called Tweeted jerky tweets about our fighting men and women.
After Ciccariello-Maher had caught the eye of the world last year when he, during Christmas eve, tweeted out the holiday message, “All I want for Christmas is white genocide” the university had no choice but to condemn his remark, and give a response that had the phrases “utterly reprehensible,” and “deeply disturbing” in them.
Somehow I doubt the school actually felt that way. Public pressure can be a strong tool to pressure.
Now, a mere three months later, he is at it again, this time managing to insult the military and soldiers’ families at the same time.
Now it would seem that the mere sight of a civilian WILLINGLY giving up his first-class seat for another man that happened to be in a military uniform id something fierce to the professor.
It triggered him, and like a scrawny, mustached, hipster he is, he Tweeted out:
“Some guy gave up his first class seat for a uniformed soldier. People are thanking him. I’m trying not to vomit or yell about Mosul.”
That was a bad move because this was the response from a service member that WAS NOT in the mood to take his privileged, whines at all.
Kurt Schlichter is a Townhall columnist and a veteran of Operation Desert Storm and Operation Enduring Freedom. He rose to the rank of colonel in the Army National Guard before retiring. Here’s his reply to snowflake Maher.
The perfect response!
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