Professor fired after calling for someone to “shoot Trump,” then goes on Twitter rant

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A professor who was listed on the faculty at Montclair State University in New Jersey admits he was fired “before I even started teaching there” after commenting in a since-deleted Twitter post that he wishes someone “would just shoot” President Trump.

Kevin Allred, who teaches classes about Beyoncé, and re-tweeted the image of comedian Kathy Griffin holding a “decapitated head” of the president, has been in trouble before.

While a professor at Rutgers University, he was hauled off to a hospital for a psychiatric examination after making threatening comments about Trump soon after the presidential election in November 2016.

On Friday, July 28, Allred blasted out a tweet that said, “Trump is a f**king joke. this is all a sham. i wish someone would just shoot him outright.”

His post has been deleted, but a screenshot was captured and re-tweeted.

On Saturday, Allred had also unleashed a series of posts slamming the president, including calling him a “traitor and a terrorist.”

 

Then, on Monday, Allred blasted out a storm of Twitter messages trying to explain himself and admitted that his outburst had gotten him fired from his new job at Montclair.

Allred tried to turn the tables, claiming Trump should be investigated for all the times he has “threatened” people and claimed Trump “wants Americans dead.”

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