[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Incoming progressive professor of sociology and African-American studies at Boston University, Saida Grundy, a self-described “feminist,” was recently exposed for hateful, divisive, historically ignorant and outright racist tweets on her now private Twitter account.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]Below are a few gems from her repugnant, racist rants, including one concluding that white males should be exterminated from college campuses.
If this is not “hate speech,” exactly what would be?
Doesn’t sound too tolerant and inclusive, does it?
Bigotry Queen Grundy also weighed in on the Baltimore riots, shaming leftist, government-funded NPR for publishing a story that Baltimore residents were upset that rioters “tore up” Baltimore. Are they supposed to be happy about it, Saida? What if it were your property being destroyed?
And of course, Grundy was all about Bruce Jenner’s oddness until she found out that she was one of those evil Republicans who believe in the Constitution:
More hate, racism and intolerance:
And here’s this mental giant’s revisionist history. Must not have heard that blacks both imported and owned slaves as well, not just in the U.S., but in other parts of the world as well.
All from April 22:
[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”553157113d3ff”][vc_column_text]Grundy, who like Al Sharpton actually earns a paycheck spewing this kind of hate, financially benefiting from the growth of the racial grievance industry, issued a non-apology-apology, expressing regret after social media became outraged over her abhorrent tweets, pleading guilty to only writing “indelicately.”
“I regret that my personal passion about issues surrounding these events led me to speak about them indelicately,” she said in a statement. “I deprived them of the nuance and complexity that such subjects always deserve.”
While some are calling for Saida Grundy to be fired, the appropriate action for someone who should not be allowed to spread her racism and hate to our youth, Boston University President Robert Brown has attempted to paper over her hate with political correctness:
“I understand there is a broader context to Dr. Grundy’s tweets and that, as a scholar, she has the right to pursue her research, formulate her views, and challenge the rest of us to think differently about race relations. But we must also recognize that words have power and the words in her Twitter feed were powerful in the way they stereotyped and condemned other people.”
Surely the white males in her class can expect both fairness and respect from Grundy. Not.