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Former Antifa Prof “Burn a Police Station”

Until recently, Mike Isaacson was a professor at John Jay College for criminal justice, reported The Daily Caller News Foundation. While Isaacson taught future police officers, he also advocated for dead cops and is a co-founder of the Antifa group Smash Racism DC.

“Dead cops are good,” Isaacson informed Twitter in July. Expressing gratitude for his job a month later, he said “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.” He went on to joke about killing a hypothetical student of his who went on to become a cop. “Weren’t you my econ professor?” “See? You had the opportunity.” *blade drops* Blade, I’m guessing, because do you really think leftists know how to use guns?

A college spokeswoman told me Monday that Isaacson no longer works at the school.

Why did I reach out to John Jay College on Monday? Well, it just so happened that Isaacson was inciting violence on Twitter, saying “burn a police station for me, Philly” the day of a football game in the city.

Campus Unmasked reached out to Isaacson so he could elaborate on that insightful remark; here’s what he had to say. “Sports riots are a proud American tradition dating back to the era of Crisco the Great. To deny the people their athletically-driven destructive catharsis is to deny the will of God.” Well, thanks for the heads-up, PROPHET Isaacson. I’m sure you’d feel the same way if the riot happened on your property. I also asked about the former professor’s current employment status, but that question mysteriously went unanswered.

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