America”s Nutty Professor of Anti-White Rage, by Michelle Malkin

Brittney Cooper — sorry, that’s Dr. Brittney Cooper — definitely takes the cake for the country’s worst tenured radical (a minimum of for today, till the next scholastic nutjob appears).

Armed with a Bachelor of Arts in English and government from Howard University and a doctorate in American Research studies from Emory University, the Rutgers ladies’s research studies and Africana research studies teacher sure can shriek. Cooper made headings today after her unrepentant hatred of white individuals went viral. Amongst the numerous dispassionate academic observations she shared with guests of an online important race theory conference were these:

— “I think that white people are committed to being villains in the aggregate.”

— “Their thinking is so murky and spiritually bankrupt.”

— “The thing I want to say to you is we got to take these motherf—-ers out.”

— “White people’s birth rates are going down … because they literally cannot afford to put their children, newer generations, into the middle class … It’s super perverse, and also they kind of deserve it.”

The Root Institute (a confab produced to “advance the agenda of Black Americans” by editors of The Root online publication, whose slogan is “The Blacker the Content The Sweeter the Truth”) hyped the tirade session as a “healthy dose of reality.” The “institute” effusively applauded Cooper’s “masterful and unabashed ability to speak truth to power.” It’s entertaining, obviously, that she’s enabled to breathe any word about the Great Replacement, not to mentioned celebrate about the market decrease — while left-wing character assassins at the Anti-Defamation League and Georgetown University Bridge Effort implicate me of “normalizing white supremacy” or trafficking in “conspiracy theories” for decrying the really exact same phenomenon.

However that is how the social justice cookie falls apart.

In the interest of striving to be reasonable, let’s pretend Cooper was simply having a bad day or was captured off guard. Maybe her real scholastic self is concealed in on-camera interviews and can be discovered in her released work. Her latest book, “Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower,” was called a “Best Book of 2018” by the New York City Town library and hailed by, um, kept in mind public intellectual Happiness Reid of MSNBC as “a dissertation on black women’s pain and possibility.”

“Dissertation,” whoa! Need to be some deep-thinking, highbrow research study there. I hurried to check out the opening lines of Cooper’s “Eloquent Rage” and discovered … yet more profane spouting and gushing:

“This is a book by a grown-a— woman written for other grown-a— women. This is a book for women who expect to be taken seriously and for men who take grown women seriously. This is a book for women who know s—- is f—-ed up. … What I have is anger. Rage, actually. … Owning anger is a dangerous thing if you’re a fat Black girl like me.”


I then roamed on over to Cooper’s collection of released scholastic works on Google Scholar and sorted through titles such as “SlutWalks v. Ho Strolls,” “Disrespectability Politics: On Jay-Z’s B——, Beyonce’s ‘Fly’A—, and Black Girl Blue,” and “Feminism for Bada—es” in elite journals such as the Crunk Feminist Collective and Indications: Journal of Women in Culture and Society.

Cooper promotes her carefully looked into work on “representations of Black women in popular culture, including a piece on the representation of the ‘baby mama’ figure in Hip Hop music and film; the feminist implications of Janet Jackson’s 2004 Super Bowl mishap; and the importance of Michelle Obama in the tradition of Black female leadership.” She and 2 other black feminist loudmouth teachers likewise signed up with to produce “Feminist AF (that’s an offensive slang term): A Guide to Crushing Girlhood” targeting “loud and rowdy girls, quiet and nerdy girls … queer girls, trans girls, and gender nonbinary young people” — released by the once-esteemed book corporation W. W. Norton & Co.

Wokeness has actually made a total and permanent joke of college. Yet, a lot of Boomers and their Gen-X children continue to press their college-age kids and grandkids into these cauldrons of madness. “There are some solid schools left in the country,” they inform themselves. “The toxicity isn’t as prevalent in STEM fields,” they firmly insist. “A B.A. degree is still worth it for my children,” they justify. “If we just wish race-consciousness and racial realities away, America will be OK,” they think.

News flash: Anti-white, anti-male and anti-American cancer in academic community has actually reached Phase IV. What more proof do you require to get up and leave.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.