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Monday, April 24, 2017

Drexel investigates anti-white white racist

It's always about the money. 

The Drexel "professor" who called for 'white genocide' is finally under investigation by the school after prospective students decided they didn't want to go to a school that hires racists and a few large donors stopped sending them money.

Radical professor George Ciccariello-Maher has come under heavy criticism for ongoing anti-American, anti-white comments. 

For Christmas, he tweeted that all he wants for Christmas is "White Genocide." That would have to include Ciccariello because he's white and thus, must be a self-loathing sloth.

He also said that after seeing someone give up their first class seat to a soldier that he wanted to vomit.

Thanks to our military, schmucks like this guy are able to say whatever they want--but sometimes there are consequences to pay. Employers don't need racists and anti-American sentiment among their ranks as it gives the public a negative impression about their organizations. 

Previously, Drexel investigated the "white genocide" tweets and claimed that the idiot's comments fell under the category of "protected speech," and he was not going to be disciplined nor lose his job.

How brave of Philadelphia-based Drexel. 

But then potential students who had been accepted to the school wrote saying they would not attend. And at least two potential donors withheld previously promised donations.

Drexel Provost Brian Blake emailed Ciccariello this month advising him the institution will conduct "a special committee of inquiry to investigate your conduct and provide findings and recommendations to me concerning your extremely damaging conduct."

But the school also said that due to Cicciarello's tweets it has led to "the nearly unmanageable volume of venomous calls" received by the administration," according to Blake. To the point that the university considered "turning off its phones" for a few days.

But had Cicciarello's behavior not affected the school's potential income, it's likely that nothing would have been done.

It's always about the money.

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