Remember when anyone who openly announced support for a domestic terrorist organization, stated they wanted to bash the President of the United States with a baseball bat, and publicly shared a “poem” about Christians that reads “Kill them all, and bury them deep into the ground, Before millions more are tortured to death”… was placed in a 72-hour psychiatric hold pending further evaluation?
Via Campus Reform.
The Iowa adjunct professor who openly admitted to a local news outlet that “I am Antifa” has resigned amid pressure.
Kirkwood Community College President Lori Sundberg released a statement Friday saying that the college accepted Jeff Klinzman’s resignation, according to a press release obtained by Campus Reform. However, Sundberg went on to reference the college’s “decision to remove Mr. Klinzman from the classroom,” suggesting that Klinzman’s resignation was not voluntary….
The community college, however, clearly said that it supports Klinzman’s “right to articulate his views in whatever forum he chooses,” and explained that his resignation was submitted because community members perceived Klinzman to place “public safety in jeopardy.”
Because of the incident, the community college will have an increased security presence and will “develop and implement” a safety plan.
Klinzman came under fire beginning Thursday night after local news outlet KCRG-TV exposed the KCC adjunct professor’s support for the far-left extremist group Antifa. He said, “I affirm that I am Antifa,” when contacted by the news outlet.
Since the barrage of news articles about Klinzman’s affiliation with Antifa, he has scrubbed much of his Facebook page, but still lists his “likes” which includes support for the far-left organization, including, “Antifa Nebraska,” “Heartland Antifascists,” “Antifascist USA,” “Iowa Antifa,” and other left-leaning groups like “Iowa City Democratic Socialists of America,” and “U.S. Democratic Socialists.”
Among the posts that have since been removed is one from 2012 in which he wrote “this is what the country will come to if we don’t stop Evangelical Christians,” and then quoted part of what KCRG-TV determined was a “poem,” which reads “Kill them all, and bury them deep into the ground, Before millions more are tortured to death.”….