Under eight years of President Obama, if you made the slightest suggestion that he should be assassinated or killed, you’d become a pariah and the Secret Service or FBI would show up at your door asking questions. However, with President Trump in office, it’s completely acceptable behavior to wish death upon the Donald, or even pull a Madonna and announce that you’ve thought about blowing up the White House.
For California State University, Fresno Professor Lars Maischak, it’s no different. Maischak, who teaches American History, called for Donald Trump’s hanging to “save American Democracy.”
He also called for the execution of two Republicans for every immigrant deported.
And like all tolerant lefties, Maischak compared Trump to Hitler and suggested that we ban the GOP.
Yay! I fInally got my own copy of "The Art of the Deal"! It should be required reading for any real American. pic.twitter.com/w7UaKUfeC9— Lars Maischak (@LarsMaischak) November 23, 2016
While this is conduct that’s become all too common of liberal professors, it’s conduct that’s being overlooked by colleges and administrators.
CSU Fresno spokeswoman Kathleen Schock told the Daily Caller that Maischak’s comments don’t represent the views of the university.
“Lars Maischak is employed as a lecturer at Fresno State,” Schock said. “Statements made on his personal social media accounts are his alone and are not endorsed by or reflect the position of the University.”
Meanwhile, conservative students have to walk on eggshells when speaking their mind and get disciplined for exposing their hysterical liberal professors. At Orange Coast College, Caleb O’Neil was suspended for a semester for filming his professor Olga Perez Stable Cox calling Donald Trump’s victory an “act of terrorism.”
Luckily, conservative students are finally fighting back with free speech bills in different states around the country. So, if liberal professors can’t be disciplined for their incendiary speech, at least students will be protected for just stating their conservative opinions.