Nutty Professor in this State Tells Deluded Tales of Terrorism, Endangers Students

  • Jan 13, 2016
  • Source: AAN
  • by: AAN Staff

A California college professor was caught on camera telling tall tales about terrorism to his students. 

A newly-released video shows a professor at the University of California, Merced (UC-Merced) teaching his students that 90 percent of terrorist attacks in America are conducted by white men who are “religiously motivated and politically conservative.”

The video, recorded in October, was released by The College Fix. It shows professor Ross Avila lecturing his “Introduction to Psychology” class on the topic of heuristics, mental shortcuts people use when trying to assess information or solve problems.

To illustrate his point, Avila said that most Americans assume Muslims are the country’s largest terror threat because they haven’t thought about the matter systematically.

“Ninety percent [of terrorist attacks in the U.S.] are from these white Caucasian men,” Avila tells the class. “I am not saying white men are evil – but that is what we should be thinking about. Usually they are people who are religiously motivated and politically conservative.”

 

This statement underscores the absurdity of modern liberalism, where no amount of evidence, not even evidence of a vast Islamic terror cell in California, can challenge politically correct notions about race and creed. What began as benign, impress your friends at liberal cocktail parties chatter has come to infect American foreign and intelligence policy in a way that could do irreversible damage to our nation. It needs to stop. 

 Source: AAN
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