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University teacher brags about policy to always call on white men last … and only if she has to

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The left must embrace racism in order to defeat racism…

The open “war on white men” in post-Obama America is personified in the classroom of Stephanie McKellop, a graduate instructor at the University of Pennsylvania.

McKellop, a self-described “queer disabled feminist,” took to social media recently to say that she actively discriminates by calling on white male students last in her class room, if at all.

“I will always call on my Black women students first,” the teacher tweeted. “Other POC get second tier priority. WW come next. And, if I have to, white men.”

Not having the courage of her convictions, McKellop would delete the tweet when she faced heavy criticism, but it’s well known by now that the internet is forever:

To clarify, the pecking order in classes being taught by the “queer disabled feminist” starts with black female students, followed by other people of color and then white females. White males should NOT hold their breath awaiting their turn.

This open discrimination — see racism — is called “progressive stacking,” which the left calls “revolutionary.”

Of course, if you are familiar with the failed Occupy Wall Street movement, the use of “progressive stack” was the norm during general assemblies where anyone could speak, with white males relegated to the back of the line, speaking after women and other minority groups.

McKellogs, a poster-child for eschewing a college education, clarified in a follow up tweet that only “white nationalists and Nazis” would be upset about this practice — she has since protected her Twitter account for approved followers only.

Jessie Daniels, a professor of sociology at Hunter College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, told Higher Education that progressive stacking has been around since the 1990s and she still uses it in the classroom.

Sounding a lot like President George W. Bush justifying the abandonment of free market principles in order to save the free market, Daniels believes this obvious form of discrimination is a “good” tool to overcome implicit bias — she doesn’t necessarily agree that the practice is discriminatory.

“This is a way of dealing with discrimination that we as professors can introduce into the classroom,” she said. “It’s a good strategy, if you can do it.”

Here’s a sampling of the reaction from social media users who seem to agree on one simple premise: liberalism is a mental illness.


Tom Tillison


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