There’s lot of ways someone can serve their country and their community, including joining the military, volunteering for charity — or, according to a high-level staffer at the University of Cincinnati, killing the National Rifle Association (NRA).
Melinda Rhodes-DiSalvo, the interim director of the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning at the University of Cincinnati, posted on Facebook Wednesday that anyone who really wants to help the U.S. should start by killing the NRA.
A Facebook friend named Will Yoder asked ironically if people should kill the NRA using a gun.
DiSalvo wanted to see it killed “with membership cancellation and voting out cowards,” she explained. Although she could have said that without asking her audience on social media to kill them.
“Is the only thing that stops a bad guy with a membership cancellation power and voting rights a good guy with membership cancellation and voting rights,” asked Yoder, who’s either a right-winger or an excellent troll.
“No, just LOVE!” exclaimed the UC staffer who, suspiciously, couldn’t think of a smarter reply.
According to her bio on the University of Cincinnati’s website, DiSalvo was a journalism professor at Ohio Wesleyan University and the assistant dean of the faculty for Cottey College.
DiSalvo is also a passionate supporter of Hillary Clinton.