George Ciccariello-Maher a visiting researcher at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, had a bad taste in his mouth, as he often does, after witnessing something on a plane that he said almost made him vomit. A first class passenger offered his seat to a military man in uniform.
George (aka "Anal Sphincter Dude") is the same pasty white scumcrumpet who in 2015 wrote: "Abolish the White Race" and said Dylann Roof, the Charleston church shooter, "put into practice what many white Americans already think."
In 2016, the self-loathing racist referred to two men in a video as "Racist Crackers."
The latest rant by the coward was this tweet on March 26:
"Some guy gave up his first class seat for a uniformed soldier. People are thanking him. I'm trying not to vomit or yell about Mosul."Of course, he didn't yell about Mosul or respond directly to the situation because he didn't have the cajones. When it was safe to express his anti-American views he did so covertly.
The Internet responded to this latest episode and went ballistic in its disgust
The Twitter backlash was swift, but Ciccariello is such a coward that he has his tweets protected to keep from being quoted. But several of his more inflammatory tweets have been archived.
The wimp blocked Washington Times columnist Madison Gesiotto. She tweeted: "Maybe he's busy vomiting."
Ben Shapiro replied: "Because you're a douchebag?"
Part of what Ciccariello the douchebag said in a statement to Fox 29 was: "Needless to say, [but he did anyway] my personal views expressed off-campus have absolutely nothing to do with those of my employer, Drexel University."
Except that they do.
Just like the two teenage girls who represented United Airlines and were told they couldn't fly if their clothing went against United's dress code and were made to change, Ciccariello represents Drexel because he went public on social media.
A spokesman for Drexel told Fox 29 that the so-called professor's comments "are his own opinion and do not represent the University's views. Drexel is committed to and vigorously supports our ROTC students, student veterans and alumni who have served in the military. Our support for student veterans has helped us create an inclusive campus culture that honors service and Drexel's deep connection to American military history."
How nice for them.
Perhaps the best solution to the Ciccariello situation is for parents who pay the tuition to know where this guy stands, and for ROTC students and veterans already in the school to take his class and challenge his ideas, if he has the guts to express them in person.