Thou Shalt NOT “Tweet”!

Posted January 10th, 2021 by Iron Mike

Stacey Abrams is now the closest thing that the godless abortion-loving baby-killing Democraps have to a Patron Saint . Speaking ill of her is verboten!

Perhaps as a faculty / staff member Chris shouldn’t have made any political tweet;  – but his tweed mentioned NOTHING about race.  Did the school over-react,  – or have they been trying desperately to attract fat high school senior girls to enroll?

Long long ago,  – back when Americans had balls, – young people were sent off to Colleges and Universities to learn wonderful things,  – to be exposed to different ideas and philosophies,  – to discuss them openly and ponder them privately,  – and to learn how to tell the truth from the falsehoods.

“Political Correctness” and “Hate Speech” have nothing to do with LEARNING,  – and have no place on a real college campus.

We can’t help but wonder if Malone’s skin color played a role in the decision to fire him…? 

3 Responses to “Thou Shalt NOT “Tweet”!”

  1. Jim Buba

    ” Thou Shalt not…”

    I’ve lost count, is this the 16th or 17th Commandment?

    Abrams deserves nothing less than Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle. ‘twould be a fitting sentence.

  2. panther 6

    Chris Malone’s tweet is not racist and the good news is he, in my mind, has the basis for a hell of a lawsuit against the School.

    Darn but she is fat for sure.

  3. je

    Stacey is a menace. Sue and I went up to GA to knock on doors for the senate candidates (R) the weekend before the election. While the two were not strong candidates, one might think that America would vote for the persons who were likely to spurn Socialism and Communism. Alas, the Socialists won the day. What are our fellow citizens thinking…? Or are they just not thinking? Is free stuff all that important that they vote it in time and time again?

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