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A professor whose now-deleted tweet about shooting President Trump went viral is back.

And he’s complaining that he got fired.

WND reported Monday the tirade of a gender, sexuality and women’s studies professor known for teaching classes about Beyoncé.

“Trump is a f—ing joke. This is all a sham,” tweeted Kevin Allred, who formerly taught at Rutgers University and most recently was reported to be an adjunct instructor at Montclair State.

“I wish someone would just shoot him outright,” he wrote.

Now, he’s back, claiming the backlash has cost him a job.

“so FYI … Montclair State has fired me before I even started teaching there,” he commented.

Twitchy noted that all of the related tweets had been deleted from his Twitter account or he “protected his account.”

But Twitchy already had copied them.


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WND’s attempt to track the originals reached a screen saying Allred had protected his account and only those with invitations were allowed to see his posts.

Allred had deleted the original inflammatory statement earlier, prompting Twitchy to note: “Hey, if you’re unhappy with the president by all means, complain. But don’t say stupid —– about wanting him shot.

“On that note, it would appear Montclair State fired Allred before he even really began teaching there … and he ranted about it on Twitter,” Twitchy said.

Allred started out comparing his threats to statements by Trump.

“Trump has threatened: — the people of NYC (anyone on 4th ave) – Hillary Clinton – anyone approached by police when will FBI investigate this?”

Allred added: “not to mention the millions of Americans he’s hell bent on stripping health insurance from. He wants Americans dead.”

And further: “how is my one tweet using a hyperbolic expression worse than what ‘the prseident’ himself is doing day after day????”

Said Twitchy: “You mean your one tweet where you wished someone would shoot the president? That one?”

Allred continued: “glad you all [heart] Trump cuz in the past 2 hours his ‘fans’ have called me ‘f—— faggot,’ ‘c—‘ & warned my throat wld get slit while I slept.”

Twitchy explained: “You. Wished. Death. On. The. President, YOU DID THIS.”

He then boasted of being “an amazing teacher” and expressed his desire to “open a senior dog sanctuary in the middle of the country where rent is cheap.” And he complained about universities saving “to basic conservative political pressure.”

Twitchy commented: “This is not about conservative pressure, this is about a person making a ridiculously stupid comment on a very public forum. If you can’t be responsible for the things you say, don’t say them.”

The campus free-speech group FIRE, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, said it was concerned about what Montclair’s termination of Allred’s employment would mean to freedom of expression and was investigating.

Prior to calling for Trump’s assassination, Allred expressed disdain for Trump by tweeting a picture of comedian Kathy Griffin holding a decapitated, bloody model of Trump’s head.

Earlier in his career, he was known for teaching a course titled “Politicizing Beyonce.”

Understand what makes a liberal tick. “The Liberal Mind: The Psychological Causes of Political Madness,” by Dr. Lyle Rossiter explains it all.

The Secret Service, charged with the responsibility of protecting a president, would not provide details on whether such a statement would be considered a threat, or investigated.

“The Secret Service takes allegations of any threat, inappropriate interest, or unusual behavior directed towards a Secret Service protectee with the highest priority of all our investigations,” Assistant Special Agent in Charge United States Secret Service Mason F. Brayman said. “For security reasons, we cannot discuss specifically nor in general terms the means and method of how we conduct these investigations.”

Brayman said Allred’s statements “will be passed to the appropriate division within the Secret Service.”

Allred had taken to Twitter frequently to rail against Trump:

After his threat of violence against President Trump went viral, his biography disappeared from Montclair’s website.

He had been fired from Rutgers, shortly after Trump’s election, for bringing an American flag to class for students to destroy as a means of venting their fury.

After advocating students burn the flag, Allred tweeted, “Will the Second Amendment be as cool when I buy a gun and start shooting at random white people or no …?”

That stunt earned him a stay for a mandatory psychiatric evaluation in Bellevue Hospital in New York.

He wrote then: “I had been an adjunct professor at Rutgers in the Women’s and Gender Studies department since Fall 2013. On November 15, 2016, two NYPD officers showed up at my Brooklyn apartment around 9 p.m. They entered without permission and after numerous refusals on my part and threats of force on theirs, transported me by ambulance to Bellevue Hospital for what they said was a mandatory psychiatric evaluation required by Rutgers University.

“An anonymous complaint from a parent claimed I forced students to destroy an American flag, threatened every white student in class by saying I would shoot them all given the chance, then returned home and tweeted proof of my dangerous behavior.”

Allred claimed in his column that his racist tweet was inspired by a conversation he had in a classroom.

“Some students shed tears. Some expressed outrage. Some were shocked to silence by the election results. We commiserated in a friendly fashion,” he wrote. “At one point, I made a jocular, off-the-cuff comment about the Second Amendment and police brutality, insinuating that conservative white people and the NRA would care a lot more about gun control if they were constantly being shot at. Students laughed. It would be a stretch of any imagination to consider it a threat. I tweeted a similar comment later as well, framed by the events of my day and by my personal frustration with the election results.”

His social media theme appears to be about hating Trump.


It’s not the only such verbal gaffe.

In April, History professor Lars Maischak of Fresno State professor tweeted: “To save American democracy, Trump must hang. The sooner and the higher, the better. #TheResistance #DeathToFascism.”

Then there was personality Kathy Griffin and a model of Trump’s head, severed.

And Madonna telling a rally what she thinks about blowing up the White House.

Then there was the Shakespeare in the Park using a Trump stand-in for Julius Caesar – and the audience loving the blood.

David Simon, creator of the HBO crime drama The Wire, tweeted “Pick Up a G—– Brick” if Trump fires Robert Mueller.

And Mickey Rourke unleashed a rant from the gutter about Trump “and his wife.”

Then Snoop Dogg “Shoots” Trump in the head during a music video.

“Orange is the New Black” actress Lea DeLaria threatened to “Take out” Republicans and independents with a baseball bat.

Marilyn Manson killed “Trump” in music video released last November.

And Larry Wilmore joked about suffocating Trump with the “pillow they used to kill Scalia.”

In February, Sarah Silverman suggested military could help overthrow Trump.

It even started before Trump’s election, when actor George Lopez tweeted out a cartoon image of notorious drug lord El Chapo holding Trump’s severed head atop a mountain of skulls.

October 2016: Robert Deniro said, “I’d like to punch him in the face.”

Even witches are targeting Trump, with mass occult rituals.

Understand what makes a liberal tick. “The Liberal Mind: The Psychological Causes of Political Madness,” by Dr. Lyle Rossiter explains it all.



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