A racially hostile college professor has made a habit out of using social media to attack white males, calling them a “problem population,” according to Fox News.
And Boston University, which just hired the woman, said it’s her right to do just that.
Saida Grundy, an incoming asst. professor of sociology and African-American studies, posted a series of racist tweets that may leave white male students questioning whether they will be treated fairly in her classroom.
“White masculinity isn’t a problem for [A]merica’s colleges, white masculinity is THE problem for [A]merica’s colleges,” Grundy tweeted in March, according to Fox News.
Grundy, who goes by the username “Lord Commander” on Twitter, guards her tweets from public view by approving which followers can see them. Still, student Nick Pappas posted many of the tweets on his website, “SoCawlege.com,” Fox News reported.
Here are two of them:
“You have to teach college aged white males eventually, no?… this seems like you are unqualified to grade their work as you clearly demonstrate some kind of special bias against them,” Pappas wrote on his website.
A junior at University of Massachusetts Amherst, he’s clearly a smart kid.
Proving that black privilege is more of a reality than white privilege, Boston University defended the newly-hired professor, who is black.
“Professor Grundy is exercising her right to free speech, and we respect her right to do so,” Boston University spokesman Colin Riley told Fox News.
David Horowitz, author of “Reforming our Univerisities,” told Fox News if Grundy “were a white racist rather than an anti-white racist, she would never be hired.”
“I’m not surprised that Boston University is hiring a racist to teach African American studies,” said Horowitz, a self-described former “red-diaper baby” who runs the David Horowitz Freedom Center conservative think tank and serves as editor of FrontPage Magazine. “Anti-white racism is rampant in black studies programs, which are generally indoctrination programs in left-wing politics.”
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