An Iowa State University professor raised eyebrows after revealing that she limits “interactions” with white people “as much as possible.”
She also complained that white men “with dirty hair and wrinkled clothes” will always be “liked and higher ranked.”
The professor’s tweets are protected at the time of this reporting.
According to a Tuesday report from Campus Reform, Professor Rita Mookerjee, who spoke on a student government “Diversity and Inclusion Panel in March,” reportedly tweeted that she tries to “limit my interactions with yt people as much as possible.”
“I can’t with the self-importance and performance esp during Black History Month,” she said in a since-deleted tweet.
Iowa State’s Young Americans for Freedom tweeted about Mookerjee’s remarks and wrote, “ISUStuGov, do you still plan on hosting this professor for Women’s Week after she has made repeated racist claims against women of a different race?”
The outlet also reported that in 2020, she complained about how “whyte men with dirty hair and wrinkled clothes will always be liked and higher ranked.”
She also reportedly complained that a person mistook her for a white person on social media, so she was forced to change her profile picture.
“Someone called me white the other day so #NewProfilePic because I think the f*** not,” she tweeted, according to the outlet.
In a statement, the university’s student government group said that while Mookerjee’s remarks did not “reflect the views of the student government,” it would not remove her from the upcoming Women’s Week panel.
Of course not. She’s a black bigot so it’s okay.
The student body president of Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) was recently discovered posting extreme, racist, and violent rhetoric on social media.
When a black nationalist launched an attack on the Capitol building, killing one officer, the student body president of Virginia Commonwealth University @VCU responded: "love this we need more of this." Read my report about violent extremist Taylor Maloney:https://t.co/48GuqfVSw3 pic.twitter.com/KX6s5qSfm6
— Andy Ngô 🏳️🌈 (@MrAndyNgo) April 27, 2021
According to reports, some of this violent rhetoric included advocating for the targeted killings of law enforcement.
……The Post Millennial reported that the 20-year-old student body president was recently championed by the ACLU of Virginia for being the “first openly transgender and non-binary person” elected to the position to lead the student government at VCU. The group tweeted:
“Taylor is a fierce advocate who is making strides for diversity in leadership. They are committed to justice for all and creating lasting change in their community and we are grateful for their hard work and dedication.”
However, social media posts written by the communist activists have now surfaced showing their advocacy for killing cops, rioting, looting, vandalism, and hatred of white people.
……On the day of the Derek Chauvin verdict, Maloney reportedly declared on Twitter that they hoped he was acquitted so that rioters could “but this (expletive) to the ground.” Maloney also made a number of racists posts on social media.
Maloney has taken to social media to also defend the two teenagers who were charged in the fatal carjacking of Uber Eats driver Mohammad Anwar, tweeting, in part:
“i’m sorry, but a world where 13/15 year olds feel like they have to carjack is (expletive) up enough.”
The student body president also recently called for the burning of city buses in Richmond, Virginia, tweeting:
“when richmond gonna try up another bus? when are we gonna see some action again? i thought yall was anarchists.”
……Maloney also appeared on an episode of Race Capitol’s activism podcast, titled, “Why All the Kids Are Communists (and Your (sic) Should Be Too!).” Amid the summer 2020 riots, Maloney also championed the toppling of statues in an interview with Style Weekly.
Not all radical goons are run of the mill BLM and Antifa street thugs, some of them hold teaching positions and use it as a platform to indoctrinate.