Women’s Studies Professor Wishes Someone Would Assassinate Trump
Kevin Allred is a women’s studies professor at Montclair State in New Jersey and he says that he wishes someone would assassinate President Donald Trump. It’s funny about how Allred ended up at Montclair State. He was a professor at Rutgers teaching undergraduate Women’s & Gender Studies Department at the New Brunswick campus. Two days after the election he posted some violent threats against President Trump and was taken into custody and given a mental evaluation.
“[W]ill the 2nd amendment be as cool when i buy a gun and start shooting at random people or no …?” (sic) Allred said on the social media platform.
“We won’t comment on the specifics of an individual personnel matter. As a general rule, however, when the University is presented with allegations of threats to public safety, we take those allegations very seriously and have an obligation to investigate. Mr. Allred has been placed on administrative leave and will therefore not be teaching,” university spokesman E.J. Miranda said Friday.
Now, Allred is up to his old tricks. He is once again making noises over Trump and although he’s right that wishing is different from making threats, I’ll wager you that he didn’t think that was the case when Trump said he wished Flynn would be cleared.
“Trump is a fucking joke. This is all a sham. I wish someone would just shoot him outright,” Allred declared from his personal Twitter account.
Allred was only warming up hours before when he tweeted out the picture of Kathy Griffin displaying the severed and gory head of Trump.
The adjunct instructor of gender, sexuality and women’ s studies is no stranger to bluster and the bizarrre on social media. He was still listed as faculty at Montclair as of July 29 but his personal information seems to have vanished from the university website after The College Fix sought clarification on Allred’s call for assassination.
Allred may have deleted the tweet after critical reaction started flowing in, but he refused to renounce the sentiment, suggesting that “saying you wish Donald rump was dead is different than making a direct threat against him.”
The instructor has always referred to Trump as “a traitor and a terrorist” and told his social media followers that the president makes him “ashamed to be a human being.” At other times, Allred has insisted there “are no good white people.”