Professor Just Threatened Trump And Reality Hits Back HARD

A professor from Montclair State University was just fired for a malicious and threatening tweet he posted about President Donald Trump.

Per Town Hall:

Kevin Allred, a self-described “Beyonce Professor,” has been fired from Montclair State University in New Jersey before the start of the school year after saying on Twitter that he hopes someone would shoot President Donald Trump. In a now-deleted tweet, Allred said that Trump was a “f-cking joke” and that he hoped someone would “shoot him outright,” followed by a shrugging emoji.

Check it out:

The professor offered some clarification for his remark:

Per the tweets obtained by Twitchy, Allred confirmed reports of his firing:

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Allred’s profile is blocked to the public, but Twitchy reports several of his other similarly graphic tweets:

Hey, if you’re unhappy with the president by all means, complain. But don’t say stupid shiznit about wanting him shot.

On that note, it would appear Montclair State fired Allred before he even really began teaching there … and he ranted about it on Twitter:

HA HA HA HA HA.

He seems upset.

Oh stop it.

Prior to his tenure at Montclair State University, Allred taught at Rutgers University where the Washington Examiner reports he made headlines for another controversial tweet.

Allred’s response to Trump’s victory on Election Day caused the New York City police to conduct a psychiatric evaluation:

New York City police took a Rutgers University lecturer for a psychiatric evaluation Tuesday night after he tweeted about shooting “random white people.”

Kevin Allred, who is white, tweeted the comment on Nov. 10 in response to Donald Trump’s Election Day win.

“Will the 2nd amendment be as cool when I buy a gun and start shooting at random white people or no…?” he asked, according to a screenshot obtained by the New Brunswick Patch.

NYPD officers arrived at Mr. Allred’s Brooklyn home about 9 p.m. Tuesday and took him to be evaluated at a Manhattan hospital. He tweeted during the experience, racking up thousands of new followers.

“Ok. they let me leave,” he wrote. “This is a s—show and is proof positive that Trump’s crackdown on free speech has absolutely begun.”