An expert on terrorism and the Middle East is outraged that a left-wing professor is putting thousands of ICE agents in danger.
The Daily Caller recently reported that an adjunct professor at New York University has created a database containing the personal information of nearly 1,600 current Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) employees and that he is spreading it to "domestic terrorist" groups like Antifa.
The article states, "Sam Lavigne, a far-left artist and game designer, is spreading personal information — such as where they live and their contact information, known as 'doxing' — of people who they consider 'Nazis' or 'alt-right,' which, according to them, includes ICE and the NSA."
Brigitte Gabriel, founder and president of ACT for America and author of the soon-to-be released RISE: In Defense of Judeo-Christian Values and Freedom, tells OneNewsNow, "What we are seeing right now is our enemies -- I call it the leftist-Islamist coalition because the left is so vicious right now -- they are willing to do anything to kill and sabotage people who are entrusted to protect us, whether it is the police or ICE."
She urges concerned Americans to demand that this professor be held accountable.
"Professors like this have no place on American college campuses," Gabriel submits, "Professors like this should persona non grata in any place of education. Is this kind of a professor, a radical, who we want educating our children? People need to call NYU."
Gabriel reiterates that behavior like this from an educator at one of the most prestigious universities in America cannot and should not be tolerated.