Texas A&M University President says its professor’s “white people may need to die to achieve equality” comments are part of free speech, and that he won’t be fired.
Just when you thought college campuses couldn’t get any crazier, enough already with SJW none-sense, Texas A&M University president Michael Young responded to the recent controversy surrounding a professor at the University after a video was discovered of him saying these disgusting comments.
His comments include, among many more horrific things, him saying killing white people is self-defense and that it should be traditional.
If this was a white conservative professor saying this comment about Jews or black people, he would’ve been eaten alive by the establishment. There would be riots on the scale of Berkeley, or worse. How did the President of Texas A&M respond?
Here’s his response:
I am writing you tonight with a message that may seem ill-timed given our wonderful graduation ceremonies taking place this week.
At the same time, this is a message about Aggies and that for which we stand. As such, I cannot think of a more appropriate time in many ways to write to you in this regard.
As you may know, a podcast interview by one of our professors that took place approximately four and a half years ago resurfaced this week on social media, seen for the first time by many of us. The interview features disturbing comments about race and violence that stand in stark contrast to Aggie core values most notably those of respect, excellence, leadership and integrity values that we hold true toward all of humanity.
As we know, the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects the rights of others to offer their personal views, no matter how reprehensible those views may be. It also protects our right to freedom of speech which I am exercising now.
We stand for equality.
We stand against the advocacy of violence, hate, and killing.
We firmly commit to the success, not the destruction, of each other.
We wish no violence or harm even to those who espouse hateful views under the First Amendment, a sentiment that by its very nature is one that they would deny others.
Tonight, therefore, I write to you, our beloved Aggies. Our core values are very much intact, including those for which we stand, and in contrast to that for which we most assuredly do not. This is something that needs to be said here and now and lived in all of our days.
Michael K. Young
So aside from calling his comments “disturbing” and “in stark contrast to Aggie core values” he still allows this egregious behavior.