A black, left-wing University of Pennsylvania professor of religion has raised eyebrows again over her controversial racist-tinged tweets, which she quickly deleted.
Anthea Butler tweeted on Sunday night following the MTV Video Music Awards, that “First they shootin us in the streets, and then they taking all the video awards for sorry song y’all.”
She then privatized her Twitter account, after tweeting, “Kids, I’ve been around long enough to know the game. I’m not going to lose my job over something I teach in classes everyday,” The Blaze reported.
Butler is no stranger to controversy, nor to bizarre rantings.
After the Trayvon Martin verdict, she went off her rocker and wrote, “God ain’t good all the time. In fact, sometimes God is not for us…I think he’s a white racist god with a problem. More importantly, he is carrying a gun and stalking young black men.”
She contended that Martin’s death had “its underpinnings in Christianity and its history. Those of us who teach American Religion have a responsibility to tell all the story, not just the nice touchy-feely parts,” according to Fox News.
How UPenn administraors keep this whacko on staff defies credibility, but God help the students in her class who have to listen to this claptrap.
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