California State University Los Angeles Professor Melina Abdullah has a clear message for us: stop calling the police on black people. She tweeted it out, then pinned it: “Don't call the police on Black people." It repeats the phrase seven times—by the way, have you noticed this technique that the Left is using, where they repeat a word or a phrase over and over again, with their fingers plugging their ears?
Of course, her instructions are fairly clear. (If only she'd used those extra characters to specify what she means. You know, instead of just repeating herself. Or, better yet, she could use facts or statistics to make her point, you know, like academics used to.) Are we not supposed to call the police if black people are in trouble? Does this mandate apply strictly to black people? What happens if, like the majority of Democratic cities, the majority of the police force—including all the higher ups, and on up to the Mayor—are themselves black? What if the responding officer is black?
Inarguably, Abdullah's attitude contains a clear hatred of police.
Ms. Abdullah describes herself as “Professor & Chair of Pan-African Studies at Cal State LA, #BlackLivesMatter organizer, Pan-Africanist, Hip Hop scholar, womanist, truth-teller, mama." And her twitter page is exactly as you'd expect it: A hate-filled, racist thread of accusations and “activism" and stories of Black Supremacy.
Her entire existence seems premised on the idea that blackness is supreme and whiteness is wrong. It must be so exhausting to view every single aspect of life as racist, sexist, transphobic, whatever the admonition is. For Professor Melina Abdullah, this is war. Her life is war. And she's teaching our college students how to look at the world.
This article originally appeared on Glenn Beck