CUCKTASTIC: “White Genocide” Professor Took His Wife’s Name, & Drexel Helped Buy Him a House!
I am still alive! I decided to just enjoy the Christmas holiday with friends and family instead of writing much. I even had a Christmas message prepared for you all! Oh well, that can get rolled into my Ode to 2016 that I’m planning. But while I was savoring the rest and relaxation, a certain professor from Drexel University was spreading hate for…who else…white people.
It’s been all over the media, but in case you missed the quote from George Ciccariello-Maher (notice that he drops the Maher part on Twitter lol), here you go…
Since then, he’s put his Twitter account on protected status. Why? Because that’s what pussies do. You know what else pussies do, though? They take their wife’s name as their own. Yes, he’s one of those people. His name was originally George Maher. Ciccariello is his wife Abbey’s name. Here’s a picture her father made for her. Touching!
This is quite humorous, although to anyone who has seen this cuck in action, it’s not very surprising. It’s also not a big shock that self-proclaimed communist had no problems taking taxpayer dollars from the corrupt capitalist establishment in order to finance his new home a few years ago. Gotta love those elastic principles!
$15,000 for a man who hates white people and wishes them dead on Christmas Eve. I’m sure the working stiff out there will love to hear about that one. Drexel is already on his ass and if there’s any luck, he will be looking for a job soon. The usual racist goons are of course doubling down with everything they can think of to save him.
— Cinnamon BAEr (@Hood_Biologist) December 26, 2016
The clown above went on protected status too, but the gist of his tweet was a petition they’re passing around. Speaking of petitions, “Mr.” Ciccariello created one to have Politico reinstate Micheal Hirsh after he doxed Richard Spencer and called for people to show up at his house with baseball bats.
More from that particular petition…
While right-wing news sites accused Hirsh of encouraging violence against Spencer, what he actually said was this: “Our grandfathers brought baseball bats to Bund meetings. Want to join me?” Hirsh’s reflection on the very real fear that Jews have suffered historically, and their very justifiable self-defense against racist violence, should be celebrated not punished. In a moment characterized by resurgent white supremacy and anti-Semitism, Hirsh is one of few voices challenging the media normalization of the likes of Spencer.
For that, he should be lauded — reinstate Michael Hirsh immediately.
What a guy! Professor Ciccariello is clearly being unfairly persecuted. I weep for him and his current predicament.