Rutgers professor blames Brexit vote on white racists

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Cooper Brexit racistAccording to liberals, everything is racist, even peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and Holocaust memorials.  Enter Brittney Cooper, a professor of Women’s and Gender Studies and Africana Studies at Rutgers University, who blamed the Brexit vote results on — you guessed it — racism and white nationalism.

Here’s a couple tweets she issued Friday:

CooperCooperMy colleague Howard Portnoy wrote at Liberty Unyielding:

So every citizen of Britain is white! Who knew? According to demographers, the fastest-growing demographic in the UK is Muslims. Blacks make up a smaller percentage of the population, but still account for 3.5% of the total for England. There are also plenty of Asians in the UK, but as Cooper can tell you, they might as well be white for all their fancy degrees and high test scores.

But the fact that England has a somewhat diverse population means little without access to the breakdown of Brexit voters. As luck would have it, today’s Financial Times provides that data. According to the paper, one of the groups most in favor of leaving the EU was residents without a passport. That would seem to suggest refugees from the Arab world, but the article doesn’t specify. No doubt Prof. Cooper has a hunch.

He also observed that Cooper once said conservative Christians worship an “a**hole God” and a “white supremacist Jesus” in an op-ed posted at the left-wing hate site Salon attacking Indiana’s religious freedom law.

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Cooper, Portnoy added, “styles herself a ‘next generation black intellectual'” at her website.

Keep in mind this is what’s allegedly “educating” our children…

God help us.

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