Antifa professor place on administrative leave for ‘dead cop’ tweet explains himself

Antifa professor place on administrative leave for ‘dead cop’ tweet explains himself
Antifa prof on Tucker Carlson (Image: YouTube screen grab)

And the explanation is a doozy.

Mike Isaacson is the Antifa activist and “criminal justice” professor who was placed on administrative leave for tweeting that he’s proud to teach “future dead cops.” Isaacson, who lectures aspiring police officers (wrap your head around that!) at John Jay College in New York City really stuck his neck out when he made that addle-minded comment. Then again, it’s hard for him not to stick his neck out. There’s about three feet of it, making him look more like a giraffe with a bad haircut than a “professional educator.”

After his tweet went viral, Isaacson agreed to appear on Fox News Channel with Tucker Carlson, whom he tried to convince that Antifa has every right to beat the snot out of Trump supporters. Why? Because their language is violent and “self-defense” is justified.

Isaacson is in essence advocating denying an entire class of people (Trump supporters) their First Amendment rights. It is hard to believe that he is teaching aspiring cops, who will one day swear an oath to support and defend the very Constitution that he believes he and Antifa have the right to violate.

Isaacson’s infamous tweet was in no way one-off. His Twitter page is thick (and sick) with jokes about dead cops. An example reads, “It’s only been two of these pig shootings & I’m already bored by dead cops. Maybe this is how Blue Lives Matter feels about Black people.”

What a guy.

Thomas Madison

Thomas Madison

Thomas Madison is an ex-Army officer and stone-cold patriot on a mission to restore strict obedience to the U.S. Constitution. He is editor of the blog Powdered Wig Society.


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