AUBURN, AL– We have heard a lot recently about defunding the cops. We have a far better idea. Defund public colleges and universities.
From Portland to Seattle to Richmond, we have seen what the public education system has borne.
Violent, anarchist revolutionaries. Let us present you to Jesse A. Goldberg, Ph.D. He has not yet started his first term at Auburn University as a lecturer, however he has actually gone far for himself on social networks, including a tweet where he stated:
“Fuck every police. Every single one.”
Goldberg, who represents your fundamental cellar-dwelling mommy’s soy-boy, complete with virtue-signaling skull cap is apparently among these Antifa wanna-be ruffians.
Now we’re not saying he’s Antifa, we’re stating that he’s got the normal physical makeup.
He’s the kind of person who would wet his trousers if he really came across somebody who was a hazard to him, but given that he’s a college professor, he believes himself some kind of keyboard warrior. You know the type.
According to Yellowhammer News, Goldberg took to Twitter to virtue signal about Auburn’s mascot. Goldberg, who is going to be a “Lecturer of African American & & American Literature and Structure in the English department, Goldberg had actually tweeted:
“I know it’s just a mascot, however I’m never ever gon na be able to call myself a ‘war eagle’ or say ‘go war eagles.’ Sorry.”
“I can’t bring myself to enthusiastically and regards use a slogan/greeting/cultural signal with ‘war’ as a main descriptor. Yeah I understand I’m being a celebration pooper however it’s the type of language thing that sticks to me,” he stated.
Aw, so Goldberg is a sensitive soy kid. Sweet.
At the time, Yellowhammer News stated that Goldberg’s Twitter bio read:
“Lecturer @ Auburn U ⎸ Black Studies, Vital Prison Research Studies, Queer Theory, American Literature ⎸ Abolitionist ⎸ martial artist ⎸ views are mine ⎸ he/him/his.”
Now make no error about it, when Goldberg talks about abolitionist, he’s not talking about the typical meaning of the word. From the header on his Twitter account (now protected obviously) he defines abolitionist as:
“Not so much the abolition of prisons however the abolition of a society that might have prisons, that could have slavery, that could have the wage, and for that reason not the abolition as the elimination of anything however abolition as the starting of a brand-new society.
The things of abolition then would have a resemblance to communism …”