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Professor debt ‘whiteness’ for Texas church shooting

Controversial Drexel University professor under fire again after his most recent comments on the massacre.

Professors have said a lot of crazy things in the past, but President Trump ‘ s first year in office proved to be a particularly insane year when it came to the rhetoric heard on the campus.

While some students highlighted Trump card of the election in November by shouting to the sky, a handful of liberal teachers sprayed their extreme views in the classroom and on the web, cost many of them their jobs.

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Drexel professor George Ciccariello-Maher, who has a history of controversial tweets about the whiteness.

1) Drexel prof puts the ‘whiteness’ for Texas massacre

Perhaps the most consistently controversial figure in higher education this year was George Ciccariello-Maher, the liberal professor who was booted from the campus to the tweets on the awarding of the Las Vegas massacre “Trumpism” and “white victimization.” He Later blamed “whiteness” for the Texas church shooting that 26 people dead.

In 2016, he tweeted, “All I want for Christmas is white genocide.”

Art professor John Griffin posted that the Republicans who voted for the ObamaCare repeal bill “should be drawn up and shot.”

(With thanks to Campus Reform)

2) Art professor says GOP House ‘should be drawn up and shot’

Professor John Griffin, of the Art Institute of Washington, posted on Facebook that the Republicans should be shot for their passage of an Affordable Care Act replacement bill — and he was serious, as reported by Campus Reform.

“They must be drawn up and shot,” the professor wrote, clarifying what he meant. “That’s no exaggeration; blood on their hands.”

Robert Ranco dismissal as a professor and his law firm after tweeting that he would be “OK” if Betsy DeVos were the victims of sexual violence.

3) Prof said he would be ‘OK’ with education secretary sexually abused

In September, Austin Community College paralegal studies professor Robert Ranco, resigned after tweeting: “I’m not … but I would be ok if #BetsyDevos was sexually abused.”

Ranco later apologized to Devos on Twitter. His tweets were part of a number of points of criticism of DeVos’ claims that Title IX rules for campus sex assault cases have led to incorrect trials.

4) Reward for a prof who called Trump election of a ‘terrorist act’

A human sexuality professor at Orange Coast College in Southern California was caught on camera calling Trump card for the election of an “act of terrorism.” Instead of a reprimand, Professor Olga Perez Stable Cox was awarded “Faculty Member of the Year” honors in March by the community college, while the student who recorded her was suspended for violating the college rules.

5) The Florida professor who suggested Texans earned hurricane for the backing Asset

A visit to the University of Tampa professor was fired this summer after the writing of this Texans earned Hurricane Harvey for the support of Trump. Kenneth Story, also an adjunct professor at the nearby Hillsborough Community College, apologized after tweeting: “I don’t believe in instant Karma, but this feels a bit like it for Texas. Hopefully this will help realize the GOP does not care about them.”

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Caleb Parke is an associate editor for FoxNews.com. You can follow him on Twitter @calebparke

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