She’s one of these “Constitutional Law” professors. Obama claimed to be one too. Obviously, you don’t have to actually know anything about the Constitution in order to teach others about it. And you certainly don’t have to know anything about it in order to qualify for public office.
Gloria J. Brown-Marshall teaches at John Jay College in New York City. I’m sure if John Jay were alive today, he’d be oh-so-proud of Mrs. Brown-Marshall for her contribution and dedication to educating America’s future generations.
Brown-Marshall had written an article for Politics in Color, which attempted to review the past year’s “racial challenges.” In it, she espouses that it was the “southern White radicals” that wanted to repeal Obamacare:
In January, President Barack Obama began his second term. However, southern White radicals vowed to stop implementation of the Obama-care law leading one to wonder if Tea Party members would oppose affordable healthcare if it came from a nonBlack President.
In February, Christopher Dorner, African-American, began a killing spree he said was triggered by racism. A well-respected Los Angeles police officer and veteran of the Naval Reserves, Dorner’s Manifesto revealed he was fired after reporting excessive force by LAPD.
Dorner claimed the abundance of racism he experienced on his job, and at all-White schools he attended, drove him to kill. Dorner allegedly took his own life when trapped by police. Some called Dorner insane others said a modern-day Nat Turner, referring to the leader of a Virginia slave rebellion in 1831. However, the possibility racism was a core issue in this case was disregarded.
I don’t get it. If you oppose Obamacare, that makes you a “southern White radical.” But Chris Dorner goes on a murder spree, and he’s a hero.