Clemson Professor Says UNTHINKABLE About Trump And His Supporters

WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 12: Clemson University President Jim Clements (L) and Clemson Tigers head coach Dabo Swinney (R) present two jerseys, one for President Donald Trump (2nd L) and one for his son Barron, during a South Lawn event at the White House June 12, 2017 in Washington, DC. President Trump hosted the team to honor 2016 NCAA Football National Championship. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

A university professor from Clemson has accused everyone who voted for and continues to support President Donald Trump of being racist.

In his Facebook rant, professor Bart Knijnenburg says Trump supporters should “denounce [their] affiliation or admit [they’re] a racist.”

Per the Daily Caller:

A Clemson University professor has declared all Republicans and supporters of Donald Trump to be nothing less than “racist scum” in a bile-filled series of public posts on Facebook. The professor also called for political violence “against white supremacy.”

Bart Knijnenburg, an assistant professor in Human-Centered Computing for Clemson University, expressed his hatred towards Republicans and doubled down when others in his Facebook timeline asked him to clarify his statements, which have since been hidden.

The internet quickly took screenshots of the posts:

In a report published Wednesday, Campus Reform captured screenshots of his tirade before he made his Facebook account private.

“All republicans? Yes,” he wrote. “Your complacency made this happen. Pick a side: denounce your affiliation, or admit you’re a racist.”

“I haven’t seen any of them renounce their political affiliation yet,” said the professor in response to a former student who suggested he was making an unfair generalization towards conservatives. “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.”

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The professor doubled down on his accusations:

“The republican ideology of ‘everyone is equal and nobody deserves a handout’ is naïve at best, covertly racist at worst,” he said. “I truly believe that anyone turning a blind eye makes you complicit in what is happening now.”

In a separate post, he equated President Trump, his voters, the GOP, and former chief White House strategist Steve Bannon to “Nazis,” the “KKK,” and the “alt-Right.” He called them all racists.

Knijnenburg seemed to push for more violent protests following the horrific incident in Charlottesville, Virginia:

Knijnenburg advocated for violent political action against his ideological enemies in a separate post, writing: “I admire anyone who stands up against white supremacy. Violent or non-violent. This needs to stop, by any means necessary #PunchNazis.”

In a separate post, Knijnenburg stated: “It’s not time to ‘reunite’, ‘start a dialogue’ or ‘find peace’. It is time to eradicate racism by any means necessary.”


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