Posted on | April 9, 2017 | 1 Comment
Lars Maischak teaches history at Fresno State University and hates all 63 million Americans who voted for Donald Trump:
Tweets from a Fresno State lecturer Lars Maischak not only demonstrate stark disagreement with capitalism, Christianity, and the GOP, but also a declaration that President Trump “must hang” to save democracy. . . .
Other tweets on Maischak’s profile demonstrate the ideology behind statements about Trump hanging and explain why universities across the country are now viewed with disdain by average, salt-of-the-earth Americans.
Lars Maischak’s hatred is not merely opposition to Donald Trump, but expresses his contempt for all Republican voters. That is to say, Maischak advocates a one-party government with the totalitarian power to suppress dissent, and he is employed by the Democrat-controlled government of California to teach this attitude to his students at Fresno State. As might be expected, when critics call attention to Maischak’s totalitarian worldview, he dismisses his critics as illegitimate.
Anyone who votes Republican is a “fascist,” according to Lars Maischak, and anyone who criticizes him is a “troll.” To call for the hanging of the President of the United States is a “demand for justice,” because death to Republicans is synonymous with “justice,” according to Lars Maischak.
The President of the United States = "terror regime." pic.twitter.com/oKutXZVYC0
— The Patriarch Tree (@PatriarchTree) April 9, 2017
This is the kind of person that Fresno State University considers fit to teach history to recent high school graduates. Did you know, by the way, that the state of California has “nearly $400 billion in unfunded liabilities and debt”? Did you know that California “is projected to run a $1.6-billion deficit” in the next fiscal year? It would seem that the government of California needs to reduce its expenses, and perhaps the taxpayers of California could get by with one less teacher at Fresno State.
But I’m probably a “fascist troll” for thinking this way.