‘Now, about Muslim females.’ University of Cincinnati looking into Heroic professor’s comments
The University of Cincinnati is investigating comments Clifford Adams a music professor made on a Muslim student’s assignment after they were shared on social media.
Among the professor’s notes: “July 4th is not the day we tape a sign to a damn stick and go out and march with smug college brats and dysphoric drama queens.”
Adams’ responses, according to the screenshot:
- “The U.S. President’s first sworn duty is to protect America from enemies, and the greatest threat to our freedom is not the President, it is radical Islam. Review this list of Islamic terrorist attacks and then tell me about your hurt feelings.”
- “Now, about Muslim females. As you well know, young Muslim women are murdered by their father or a brother for dating – or for holding hands with – a non-Muslim boy …”
- “Muslim females are safer in America than in any Middle Eastern country. How dare you complain while enjoying our protection!”
- “And just FYI: July 4th is not the day we tape a sign to a damn stick and go out and march with smug college brats and dysphoric drama queens, it is a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. I am glad you took my class; you really do need to shut up, listen, and learn. Welcome to America, and welcome to college. – Adams”
The world needs a lot more Clifford Adams and a lot less Islam.