Mississippi Professor Gets Tenure Despite Calling Republican Students ‘Hitler Youth’


A University of Mississippi professor was awarded tenure despite calling Republican students the Hitler youth.

Realize that the mantra of the leftist student on campus is always that they “don’t feel safe” if they don’t get their way. And universities bend over backwards to give these leftist students their way so that they “feel safe.”

Yet, here we have a professor named James Thomas actually announcing his hate for Republican students right out and proud.

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Is UofMiss bending over backwards to fire this hate-filled, biased “teacher” to make Republican students “feel safe” on campus?

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Nope. Indeed, UofMiss gave this hater tenure! Despite that he called GOP kids members of the “Hitlerjugend.”

Worse, after he was awarded tenure, James Thomas confirmed his hate.

The details from Campus Reform:

The University of Mississippi professor who said that U.S. senators “don’t deserve your civility” just days after Sen. Ted Cruz was run out of a Washington, D.C. restaurant by anti-Brett Kavanaugh protesters was granted tenure Thursday by the Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning.

While professors typically are granted this perk not afforded to professionals in other industries without opposition, Ole Miss sociology professor James Thomas’s tenure recommendation was debated by the governing body for at least two hours before eventually being approved, but not without some dissent, according to a news release from Mississippi Public Universities.

While the professor’s statements on social media were considered, “ultimately it was the recommendation of the professor’s institution, the University of Mississippi, that carried the greatest weight in the majority of the Board’s decision to grant tenure to the professor.”

So, why are Republican students not allowed to “feel safe” on campus?

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