Tucker Carlson shreds ‘white genocide’ prof. who struggled ‘not to vomit’ over soldier in uniform

Drexel Ciccariello soldier vomitOn Wednesday, the Washington Times reported that George Ciccariello, the Drexel University professor who said last December that all he wants for Christmas is white genocide, made headlines when he expressed outrage that a first-class airline passenger gave his seat to a soldier in uniform.  On Thursday, Fox News’ Tucker Carlson interviewed Ciccariello, and effectively sliced and diced the hard-left professor.

“Some guy gave up his first class seat for a uniformed soldier. People are thanking him. I’m trying not to vomit or yell about Mosul,” he wrote on Twitter.  Ciccariello has protected his Twitter feed, but not before it was noticed by Townhall columnist and veteran Kurt Schlichter.

“You tried not to vomit or yell? No, you just sat there quietly like a little b****. Ignored, irrelevant, wishing you were a man,” he wrote.

Here’s how Ciccariello responded to Carlson:

Notice, if you will, that he threw out the old liberal canard that people join the military only because of hard economic times.  As a 10-year veteran of the United States Marine Corps who joined near the end of the Vietnam era, I personally found his comments insulting, condescending and degrading.

Apparently, others did as well:

Drexel won’t fire him, however…

One person summed up the interview this way:

That’s actually not very hard to do these days, as we’ve noted several times.

The Times noted that the backlash against Ciccariello was quite extensive:

“I’ve worked w Vietnam Vets w PTSD. This tweet literally made me sick to my stomach,” wrote one user. “Life’s easy from the cheap seats.”

Mr. Ciccariello was not punished after his “white genocide” tweet in December, although the university issued a statement calling his commentary “utterly reprehensible” and “deeply disturbing.”

“The University vigorously supports the right of its faculty members and students to freely express their opinions in the course of academic debate and discussion,” University President John A. Fry said in a statement released Dec. 29. “In this vein, we recognize Professor Ciccariello-Maher’s tweets as protected speech.”

They’re protected in more ways than one, apparently, since he made his feed private…

Here’s the entire segment, which includes discussion of more than Ciccariello’s offensive tweet:

Keep in mind that snowflakes who attend this center for liberal indoctrination rack up nearly $60,000 per year in tuition and fees…

H/T: Twitchy


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