California professor tweets life-threatening messages against Trump

Tweets from an account that reportedly belongs to the University of California at Fresno history professor Lars Maischak call for President Trump’s death, as well as for those who voted for him.

According to reports, Maischak went on a Twitter rant, saying that the president should “hang” in order to “save American democracy.” He also tweeted that the only “cure” for racist people is a bullet to their heads.

“The account is not verified, although the bio and interactions between the user and other Twitter users indicate it belongs to the professor,” noted the report.

“To save American democracy, Trump must hang,” read the tweet, which appeared to have come from Maischak’s account in February. “The sooner and the higher, the better. #TheResistance #DeathToFascism.”

A few days later, the hashtag #TheResistance was added to another tweet that read, “Has anyone started soliciting money and design drafts for a monument honoring the Trump assassin, yet?”

Tweeting that “mercy towards racists” is a “fatal weakness” of Americans, Maischak makes it clear that he thinks “fascist” Trump supporters and the GOP are “white trash scum.”

“#WhenCaliforniaSecedes, You Fascist Trump-voting white trash scum can wallow in your filthy hell-holes of flyover states,” he tweeted. “Enjoy.”

Implying an authoritative stance, Maischak’s Twitter account claims that he is “[t]eaching American History with a German accent at Fresno State.”

The professor believes Trump’s supporters and the GOP want to “abolish democracy,” and his tweets compare Trump to Hitler.

Margarita Adona, a spokeswoman for CSU Fresno told reporters that Maischak’s comments on social media do not represent the university.

Lars Maischak is employed as a lecturer at Fresno State,” she confirmed, adding, “Statements made on his personal social media accounts are his alone and are not endorsed by nor reflect the position of the University.”

H/T: Daily Caller







 

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