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Antifa-Leader/Professor Who Joked About “Future Dead Cops” Just Got Exactly What He Deserves


Do you recall the college professor who stated that it was a “privilege to teach future dead cops?” Yeah, you read that correctly.

This guy actually said that for the whole world to hear. Well, now he’s getting what he deserves. Some bad news was delivered to Professor Michael Isaacson.

The New York Daily News reported:

A worse-than-nutty professor at a Manhattan college best known for preparing students for careers in law enforcement was placed on administrative leave Friday for tweeting his excitement over the opportunity to teach “future dead cops.”

This loser is a professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He posted the highly offensive tweet on August 23rd. It read, “Some of y’all might think it sucks being an anti-fascist teaching at John Jay College but I think it’s a privilege to teach future dead cops.”

The sickening tweet didn’t go unnoticed. Police union officials immediately went after the 29-year-old professor and Antifa member. He appeared on Fox News on Thursday night, and his smug face was burned into the eyes of three union bosses and Police Commissioner James O’Neill immediately. O’Neill was the first to slam his offensive tweet.

O’Neill released his own tweet explaining, “as a 2x grad there, I know Michael Isaacson’s reprehensible values don’t represent @JohnJayCollege, #NYC, #NYPD or families of murdered cops.”

It didn’t take long for the school’s president, Karol Mason, to explain that the unpredictable professor’s comments indeed posed a huge danger to both faculty and students alike.

This is exactly the kind of guy we don’t want teaching the youth of America. He has no right to be placed in front of a class of moldable minds.

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He will simply fill their heads with garbage while he indoctrinates these students to become members of ANTIFA.

Thankfully, John Jay College placed Isaacson on leave immediately.


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