A professor who was dismissed from a community college for essentially advocating for a genocide against evangelical Christians is receiving a large payout after a lawsuit was filed alleging that the professor’s 1st Amendment rights were violated.
Jeff Klinzman, 62, was fired from Kirkwood Community College (KCC) last year after telling a media outlet that “I am antifa,” showing his solidarity with the left-wing terrorist organization. This was far from the only inflammatory and hate-filled comment that the man ever made publicly.
According to a Campus Reform report, Klinzman wrote that “this is what the country will come to if we don’t stop Evangelical Christians,” before quoting a poem endorsing a Christian genocide. The poem reads: “Kill them all, and bury them deep into the ground, before millions more are tortured to death.”
“It’s not pretty, and I’m not proud, but seeing what Evangelical Christians are doing to this country and its people fills me with rage and a desire to exact revenge,” he said.
KCC removed him from the classroom out of the fear that this genocidal lunatic could act on his violent rhetoric against a young person with opposing political beliefs.
“Our decision to remove Mr. Klinzman from the classroom has nothing to do with the substance of his views or his right to express them. Rather, our decision is based solely on our commitment to fostering a safe learning environment for our students, faculty, and staff,” KCC President Lori Sundberg said in a statement.
At first, Klinzman took his medicine like a man and stepped down from his position voluntarily.
He wrote in an email: “Due to the controversy surrounding reporting about my activism, and in the interest of preserving the safety of the Kirkwood campus, its students, faculty, and staff, I resign my position as a member of the English faculty effective immediately.”
However, Klinzman reconsidered after the libertarian group Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) rallied on his behalf. FIRE took up Klinzman’s case and helped to negotiate a payout from the KCC worth $25,000, which amounts to more than three years of the annual salary that Klinzman would have received if he remained teaching at the community college.
“Public colleges simply cannot fire professors because a small, vocal group of people online get upset. We are grateful that we were able to work with Kirkwood to resolve this matter and secure a good result for Jeff,” said Greg Harold Greubel, staff attorney for FIRE’s Stand Up For Speech Litigation Project in a statement from the organization.
FIRE is calling their lawfare efforts assisting militant communists to indoctrinate young people with genocidal ideologies on college campuses a victory for freedom.
“Ultimately, this is a victory for Jeff. More broadly, we hope that Jeff’s story will remind colleges that all of their professors have the right to express their political opinions online, and FIRE will be ready to act if colleges violate those expressive rights,” Greubel said.
KCC made it clear that they just settled with Klinzman to prevent the litigation from costing the university further, which unfortunately tends to happen frequently in a legal system with a desperate need for tort reform.
“The college remains confident in how sensitive issues were managed related to his resignation at the beginning of the 2019-20 academic year. With this matter now settled, Kirkwood avoids potentially lengthy and costly litigation to defend itself and can keep its attention focused on educating students,” the college stated.
“Kirkwood is pleased to put this matter behind the institution as it moves forward with its continued commitment to creating a learning environment where free speech and academic freedom can thrive,” they added.
Campus Marxists are protected to spread their hateful ideologies, and the courts are gamed – thanks to groups like FIRE – to protect them as they undermine the foundation of America.
Journalist Andy Ngo is Forced to Leave the U.S. After Credible Death Threats From ANTIFA
Ngo has fled the country.
Journalist Andy Ngo has been forced to leave the United States after enduring credible death threats from ANTIFA domestic terrorists over the course of many months.
Ngo made the shocking announcement that he has relocated to London during a recent appearance on Sky News. He explained how ANTIFA’s reign of terror forced him to leave his home of Portland, Ore. and then the country to protect his safety.
“For a number of months now there’s just been increasing threats of violence against me, promises by Antifa extremists to kill me,” Ngo said about his ordeal.
The full Sky News interview can be seen here:
Big League Politics has reported on how ANTIFA targeted Ngo in the past with violence in an attempt to intimidate him and prevent him from telling the truth about the domestic terror organization:
A Twitter post from Friday shows that the attack on reporter Andy Ngo, who was savagely beaten by an Antifa mob in Portland, Oregon, was premeditated.
“I am nervous about tomorrow’s Portland antifa rally,” he said on Twitter. “They’re promising ‘physical confrontation’ & have singled me out to be assaulted. I went on Tucker Carlson last year to explain why I think they’re doing this: They’re seeking meaning through violence.”
He posted several screenshots from a Facebook event – which of course portrayed the violent mob as the victims of violence themselves – and screenshots from a local Antifa website promoting the event.
“Oregon City Proud Boy [redacted] targets the Portland DSA in a Facebook thread encouraging other members of the hate group to participate in the June 29 assault on Portland. Local far-right Islamophobic journalist Andy Ngo – who participated in the Patriot Prayer and Proud Boys attack on Cedar Riot on May 1, 2019, and who was the first to publicly promote the June 29 Proud Boys event – also targets the DSA while dismissing as hoaxes a series of assaults against the Portland LGBTQ community, some of which were gloated about by far-right activists.”
Another part of the post noted that the group was planning on “physical confrontation,” but said that there are “plenty of other ways to help” if one is unable to partake in the violence.
Ngo’s fears were confirmed when he was attacked Saturday.
Ngo’s experiences show that ANTIFA is not an idea, but a dangerous group of terrorist thugs at war with the Bill of Rights and Constitution. By standing strong and continuing reporting the truth about ANTIFA, Ngo is refusing to let the terrorists win.
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