On Saturday, the Conservative Firing Line reported that Michael Isaacson, a professor who works in the economics department at John Jay College, who issued a tweet joking about dead cops, was suspended from his job but it seems he hasn’t learned anything.
After John Jay College issued a statement on Friday in which they said, “Out of concern for the safety of our students, faculty and staff, we are immediately placing the adjunct on administrative leave as we continue to review this matter”,Isaacson said on his Twitter account, “The PBA really ought to be on my side with this. As should all workers.”
The PBA really ought to be on my side with this. As should all workers. pic.twitter.com/cMcn13WiYf
— Future Dead Cops Guy (@ve_unblockedt) September 15, 2017
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Then he decided to go after the media and posted a tweet that said, “If reporters want to use a picture of me, I’d prefer this one. I eagerly await it becoming a meme.”
Back in August, Isaacson compared Trump supporters with Nazi Germany on his Facebook page named, “Smash Racism DC“.
A short time ago, Isaacson was none too happy about a tweet that was sent by from New York Mayor, Bill De Blasio that said, “New York City won’t stand for the vile anti-police rhetoric of Michael Isaacson and neither should John Jay College.”
New York City won't stand for the vile anti-police rhetoric of Michael Isaacson and neither should John Jay College.
— Mayor Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) September 15, 2017
Isaacson responded by saying, “idk if he consulted anyone before sending this out, but he really should have because he messed up big.”
The New York Post reported that the head of New York’s largest police union wants Isaacson fired:
Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association boss Pat Lynch wrote a letter saying Isaacson “harbors total disdain for the active and future police officers that he teaches at John Jay College.”
In a Friday letter to Karol Mason, president of John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Lynch demanded the “immediate dismissal” of Isaacson “on behalf of nearly 50,000 active and retired New York City police officers who are members of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association of the City of New York.”
“Recent media reports have revealed Mr. Isaacson’s disgusting anti-police attitudes and his gleeful embrace of political violence, including violence against police officers, as expressed in his own social media postings,” Lynch wrote.
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