|"I deserve to be Homecoming Queen!"|
"This is all about racial politics," the crazy former communications (LOL) assistant professor claimed in an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education, adding "I'm a white lady. I'm an easy target."
So she wasn't fired because she denied a student reporter his First Amendment rights, or for calling for his physical removal from the campus where he too attended school, but because she lacks the right amount of melanin and has a uterus.
The firing took place in February and made Click a YouTube star. She appealed the school's decision but it was denied in March.
The confrontation with the student journalist in November was caught on his camera. Click told The Chronicle, "I'm not a superhero. I wasn't in charge. When it got out of control, I was the one held accountable."
Shades of perpetual victim Hillary Clinton.
But the incident with police occurred in October, at a protest at the school's homecoming parade and captured on the cop's body camera.
Needless to say, Click was not made "Homecoming Queen."
During the protest, Click got between a protester and a cop. "Am I going to be one of those people who stands and watches another brutal moment against black people, or am I going to step in and make sure they're safe?"
The cop remained mute.
"Black people love me," she told a reporter. Liberals often have an inordinate need to feel that they are special to people of color. This may have to do with guilt associated with the history of the Democratic party's violence against them. They have even claimed the Republican Harriet Tubman as one of their own for the party.
Click claims the media treated her unfairly (like they do to poor Hillary). She said that if she were to write a headline for her story it would have been "Favorite Professor Fights to Support Black Students on Campus in Dangerous Situation."
Ironically, no black students on campus were hurt or disrespected. Only the young Asian student reporter became the target of the white woman assistant professor.
She even lied about her position.