After college professor and violent Antifa terrorist Mike Isaacson advocated for the murder of police officers, he was allowed to keep his job indoctrinating young minds. However, as soon as a white conservative teacher wrote 4 simple words, she was branded a racist and immediately fired from her teaching position.
In mid-September, Mike Isaacson, a professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and co-founder of the violent Antifa organization Smash Racism D.C., was exposed for his advocation of the deaths of police officers. Despite his social media accounts boasting threats of violence and encouraging terrorist acts against those with whom he disagrees, Isaacson remains employed at the university on administrative leave. Unfortunately, liberalism means that while one side can freely issue terrorist threats without fearing appropriate consequences, those with differing yet peaceful opinions are to be severely punished, as one conservative teacher discovered.
WREG reports that Mississippi school teacher Cammie Rone was terminated after investigators discovered that she simply asked why black people who despise living in America don’t just “move back to Africa.” Although Rone never made any threats with her Facebook post, the South Panola School District determined that Rone couldn’t express such an opinion, quickly dismissing her from a 2nd-grade teaching position at Batesville Intermediate School.
“If blacks in this county are so offended, no one is forcing them to stay here. Why don’t they pick up and move back to Africa where they will have to work for a living. I am sure our government will pay for it! We pay for everything else,” her post stated.
After seeing the post, black parents called the school and demanded her termination because, as one mother described, her words “rubbed me the wrong way.” Shortly after, Rone was placed on administrative leave and eventually fired.
“I don’t feel right with her teaching him,” said parent Keboni Anderson. “She came to me as a good person and then when I read the comment it rubbed me the wrong way.”
Another parent, Tammie Thornton, alleged that she had previous problems with Rone but failed to mention what they were, according to KFOR.
“And then for you to be in a public school system! One where we’ve got black students, we’ve got white students, and we’ve got other students, you should not go on social media and say anything pertaining to race,” said Thornton.
Rone maintains that her account was hacked and that she has never expressed any opinion on social media concerning race. She reiterated that her Facebook page is dedicated to showing cattle and recipes but not political issues.
She did post on Facebook, “I think my account was hacked. I keep getting messages about racist posts, but when I go to my page, I can’t see it.” She went on to write she posts about “cows, recipes and home improvement stuff not racism.”
“I don’t think her account was hacked. I really don’t,” said Thornton.
While Rone’s alleged opinion might not be popular among the school’s black parents, it’s not only her right to express it, but it’s nothing less than truthful and logical. Though not every black American hates the U.S. and its values, many have expressed their disgust with American values and maintain that other countries are far more progressive in areas of equality. Of course, they can never identify these nations but continue to complain about oppression, which undeniably mocks those in foreign countries who experience true political oppression on a daily basis.
Although Rone’s opinion may be considered offensive to some, possibly those America-hating minorities to which it applies, Isaacson’s social media are filled to the brim with discriminatory and violent extremist views.
On August 18, Isaacson suggested that his readers commit arson, writing, “I hear their police stations catch on fire with an accelerant.” On August 23 and 29, he was less cryptic with his threats, adding that “it’s a privilege to teach future dead cops” and directly commanding individuals to “off the pigs.”
Farther back, Isaacson tweeted that citizens must “kill superior officers” and “overthrow capitalism,” which equates to advocating for the assassination of American officials and treason. Still, Isaacson’s Twitter account boasts dozens of threats including his belief that “violence is necessary” and one post suggesting that he would use a “blade” to slaughter his former students if they adopt a dissenting view.
We have 2 cases of teachers expressing their opinions but receiving very different outcomes. While one expressed her belief in a peaceful manner, another publicly showcases his plans to indoctrinate students to murder and overthrow the government. Disturbingly, only the latter remains in a teaching position, proving not only the double standards within the education system but the fundamental difference between freedom-loving conservatives and their violent, hateful liberal counterparts.