Professor: All white people are terrorists

Monday, May 6, 2019
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Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)

Thinker statueA black professor in Connecticut is at it again -- making vile, racist comments.

In 2017, Trinity College Professor Johnny Eric Williams said Republican Rep. Steve Scalise should have been left to die after a sniper shot him while at softball practice in Washington, D.C. Breitbart News reports that now Williams is equating "whiteness" with terrorism, adding that such a statement is only controversial to white people.

Derrick Hollie of Project 21 says Williams should be reeled in, but he doubts that will happen.

"I can't believe that the president of the university, Joanne Berger Sweeney, [is] allowing this to happen," Hollie laments. "She calls it academic freedom and freedom of expression. It's just very, very disturbing to me."

Hollie

Hollie adds that Williams' incoherent and racist rants have made a mockery of his marriage.

"He's married to a white woman," the Project 21 spokesman explains. "How could he say that about white people? In his comment, in parentheses, he says all white people are terrorists. So how could he say that? It's just kind of weird. It's just really weird."

According to Breitbart, 16 students from the class of 2021 have withdrawn from the school, and alumni in the past have withheld $200,000 in donations because of Williams.

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