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A professor in Canada has now referring to annual US events memorializing the brutal attacks of September 11th, 2001 as little more than a ‘dumb, annual, pity party.’

As the Daily Wire reports:

On Saturday morning, on the twentieth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks in which roughly 3,000 Americans were murdered by Islamic terrorists, a Canadian professor mocked Americans honoring the dead and memorializing the event, tweeting, “I see the U.S.  is having its dumb little annual pity party again.”

Associate professor of philosophy Jonathan Weisberg from the University of Toronto later deleted the tweet, reportedly, but not before social media eviscerated him for his heartlessness.

One Canadian attorney reacted, “Thank you for exposing yourself, @jweisber. People of conscience who remember the horror of 9/11, or can imagine it, can respond morally by refusing to take any course taught by this revolting human being.”

Other Twitter users openly blasted the professor’s seemingly demented comments:

 

Weisberg received his Ph.D. in Philosophy, from Rutgers University in 2006 and his BA in Philosophy and BA in Math from the University of Washington in 2001.


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Dan Tyree
Dan Tyree
1 day ago

I wish that he was there in the towers that day

Tessie
Tessie
1 day ago
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LiberalsAreGarbage
LiberalsAreGarbage
1 day ago

Piece of sh*t, no good worthless waste of oxygen is all he is…I’d take great enjoyment in violently making him swallow every one of his front teeth…

Aaron
Aaron
11 hours ago

Fortunately I have my own mind with which to think and discern and I don’t depend on his educated philosophy. Sadly his comment tells things about him he probably didn’t intend to make public. Fortunately his comment separates him from many of the rest of us.