Antifa activist asks rowdy football fans after Eagles win: ‘Burn a police station for me’

Antifa activist asks rowdy football fans after Eagles win: ‘Burn a police station for me’
Michael Isaacson, glad to be teaching "future dead cops." (Image: Screen grab of Fox News video, YouTube)

Remember this dude? He is an Antifa activist and was an adjunct professor at John Jay College in New York (blessedly, he is no longer on the faculty), who last September expressed gratitude for a chance to teach “future dead cops.”

Now he is back in the headlines for having weighed in Sunday on the Philadelphia Eagles NFC Championship win, saying “burn a police station for me, Philly.”

Former economics professor Mike Isaacson tweeted the remark following reports of disorderly conduct around the Minnesota Vikings vs. Philadelphia Eagles match. Isaacson is a co-founder of Smash Racism D.C., an Antifa group.

“Burn a police station for me, Philly,” wrote Isaacson before asking “is Tom Brady still a Trump supporter?” and “can I please get more Eagles NFC riot porn please and thank [sic]?”

Isaacson made other headlines for rationalizing and endorsing Antifa violence as “what protects [people’s] ability to be nonviolent.” He also stated that he believes “dead cops are good” cops.

Isaacson appeared on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” in September to discuss his views.

This report, by Rob Shimshock, was cross posted by arrangement with the Daily Caller News Foundation.

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