Extremist Professor: Trayvon Martin Case Proves it’s Legal to ‘Hunt Down & Kill’ Black Kids

Another day, another extremist, anti-American “professor” caught lying to our kids and pushing a far left agenda, this time at the University of Maryland where a so-called professor is saying that the Trayvon Martin case somehow proves that it is now legal to hunt down and kill black kids in America today.

UMD “Professor” and Honors College Executive Director, William Dorlund, recently sent an email to his students that said in part, “This year, we learned that it is legal to hunt down and kill American children in Florida.”

He is, of course a blatant liar. The Trayvon Martin case was a simple matter of self-protection. George Zimmerman was being beaten up by a bigger, tougher, younger person and he reacted in self defense. It was a pretty clear case of self-defense as the jury unanimously agreed.

This line of BS was issued by “professor” Dorlund in an advertisement for a symposium titled “Civil War to Civil Rights: The Well Being of a Nation.” A victim-pushing, race-baiting program that is part of a year-long series of speakers who push such left-wing causes.

The overly left-political rhetoric continued:

“This year, the most activist Supreme Court in the history of the United States and radical factions of gun owners, gun manufacturers, and marijuana users are challenging the very fabric of the nation…,” the advertisement says.

Caroline Carlson, chairwoman of the UMD College Republicans, told Fox News that it was an inappropriate message to send students.

“Claiming that it is ‘legal to hunt down and kill American children in Florida’ is stretching the truth, and frankly, we believe Professor Dorland should be above making those types of false statements in what is presumed to be a factual Honors College email.”

Naturally, UMD is coming to the support of “professor” Dorlund.

“The University of Maryland affirms every individual’s 1st Amendment Rights, including freedom of speech. The sentiments issued by Professor Dorland reflect his personal point of view, not those of the university,” wrote UMD spokesperson Crystal Brown.

Dorlund is just another example of an extremist, left-wing, anti-American “professor” pushing his hate for the United States on our kids in our state funded colleges and universities. Remember, folks, this extremist is being paid hundreds of thousands of your tax dollars to train students to hate the USA.

Just another reason why our system of miseducation is destroying this country, don’t you think?

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Posted by on September 27, 2013.
Filed under Asshats, Barack Obama, Big government, corruption, Culture Of Corruption, Democrats, Education, Liberals.
Warner Todd Huston is a Chicago-based freelance writer, has been writing opinion editorials and social criticism since early 2001 and is featured on many websites such as Andrew Breitbart's BigGovernment.com and BigJournalism.com, RightWingNews.com, CanadaFreePress.com, RightPundits.com, StoptheACLU.com, Human Events Magazine, among many, many others. Additionally, he has been a frequent guest on talk-radio programs to discuss his opinion editorials and current events.He has also written for several history magazines and appears in the new book "Americans on Politics, Policy and Pop Culture" which can be purchased on amazon.com. He is also the owner and operator of PubliusForum.com. Feel free to contact him with any comments or questions, EMAIL Warner Todd Huston: igcolonel .at. hotmail.com"The only end of writing is to enable the reader better to enjoy life, or better to endure it." --Samuel Johnson

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  • jim_m

    here have been numerous incidents of black on white crime since the Zimmerman verdict, including murder, all of which were racially motivated. The real consequence of the verdict and the racialist rhetoric from the left post verdict, is that black on white hate crimes are now legitimized by the media, academia and political left.

  • Hank_M

    Facts and the truth simply don’t matter to the left. Which is why it’s impossible to try to reason with them. And you really have to be deranged to even be able to think, let alone state that “This year, we learned that it is legal to hunt down and kill American children in Florida.”

    We know Obama won re-election by attracting low information voters.
    Seems his strongest supporters are no-information voters.

  • Lawrence Westlake

    The real irony here is that taxpayers in Maryland are paying this lunatic’s salary, providing him with health coverage and other fringe benefits, and then to add further injury to insult, when this mental midget decides to retire, they’ll pay him a large pension every year for the remainder of his miserable life. Meanwhile the kids who attend his classes to a large extent will be unemployable and consigned to at-home dependency with their parents, for years if not decades to come. That applies with equal force to hundreds of other public money universities, coast to coast. From a macro standpoint radical left-wing education (BIRM) already has wrecked the nation and in due course ultimately will be a major proximate cause of the country devolving into a de facto third-world banana republic.

  • Commander_Chico

    radical factions of gun owners, gun manufacturers, and marijuana users are challenging the very fabric of the nation…

    That’s an unusual combination of radical factions, although often able to be found in places like Vermont, Maine, NH, N. California, New Mexico, Oregon and Washington

    • GarandFan

      Yeah……..all states considered to be Democratic strongholds.

      • Commander_Chico

        You say that like it’s a bad thing to be a radical gun owner, gun manufacturer and marijuana user.

        • Retired military

          No just the part about it being a liberal stronghold.

  • GarandFan

    Of course the good “professor” makes no mention of recent hate crimes is which Blacks killed white people. Evidently his memory is highly selective.

  • AndyBinGA

    The leftist buffoon can be reached at: bdorland@umd.edu

  • Paul Hooson

    George Zimmerman doesn’t need any help from crackpot professors to complete his own personal meltdown and his own self-destruction. This weekend he might find himself under arrest for an incident involving furniture theft and property damage at a home he rented. – Although his supporters seemed blind to it, Zimmerman is merely a nutjob headed towards jail or prison time because of his own mental instability problems. In the past few days he was involved in a domestic incident and has been in hiding to avoid being served with divorce papers by his wife. His own wife now doubts his version of the Trayvon Martin incident, and is now questioning his innocence in that incident. Only weeks after his acquittal this nutjob’s life is quickly becoming unraveled.

    • cirby

      The actual “although” seems to be his soon-to-be-ex-wife, who is actually behind most of the actual issues. The 911 call that turned out to not be what she said when she called it in, the money from the web site that she didn’t quite tell the truth about in court, and now some furniture and a TV that _might_ be missing (or might be in some other house owned by his wife’s mother, or might actually be Zimmerman’s in the first place). You sort of left out the part where “the home he rented” was owned by his mother-in-law, who can’t seem to find a rental agreement or any list of actual items from the house…

  • Brucehenry

    Interesting that neither you, nor the dude from “Campus Reform,” nor FOX News, link to the entire text of the professor’s email. Just the inflammatory part. Ever hear the word “hyperbole”?

    Funny that a guy who wails about “tyranny” when he hears about 50 year old zoning regulations doesn’t consider that.

    • cirby

      …because there are so many ways that the rest of the letter could excuse such idiocy.

      Oh, wait, there aren’t.

      By, the way, this wasn’t a private email to one person, or even a few. It was a “welcome back” letter to _every_ student on campus.

      • Brucehenry

        I haven’t seen the rest of the letter, have you?

        And my point is that Warner, of all people, should understand hyperbole.

        • cirby

          …and I notice that you haven’t actually posted a link to the imaginary “context” that excuses his over-the-top comment.

          Come back when you find some.

          • Brucehenry

            Neither have you, or Warner, or “Campus Reform,” or FOX “News” posted it.

            I don’t think the professor needs an “excuse” to say whatever he wants to say. However I suspect a case of hyperbole here, something Warner — he of the “tyranny” of 50 year old zoning regs, he of the “Islam is a disease upon humanity” trope, he of the “SWATting is the new tool of liberals” meme — should readily understand.

          • cirby

            One more time – we don’t HAVE to post it – the words that have been posted are more than enough. As far as the actual posted content goes, the more that gets released, the worse it sounds. He compared slave owning and the Civil Rights movement to – a thug getting shot after attacking someone, and tried to keep up the claim that the thug was a victim.

            You, on the other hand, are excusing this lie – by a professor to an entire university, through official correspondence – as mere “hyperbole,” when it’s not. It’s a lie.

          • Brucehenry

            Well you may have a point there. I don’t know, all I’ve seen is what’s been posted here and at “Campus Reform.” You seem to be aware of more content coming out drip by drip that I’m not aware of — want to point me to it?

            But again, Warner, of all people, should be wary of pointing at others who engage in hyperbole. Shall I ask if Warner’s infamous characterization of Dan Savage as “Obama’s bullying Czar” was a lie? Or was it simply hyperbole? When he claimed that Ray Bradbury was excoriating Obama personally when all the guy said was government was getting too big, was that a lie? Or was it hyperbole? When he claimed that 50 year old zoning regs were “tyranny” was he lying or engaging in over-the-top hyperbole?

          • cirby

            You keep whining about the “50 year old zoning regs” bit, while comically missing the point that _abusing_ the zoning regulation was the tyranny part – and not far off the mark.

            “Obama’s bullying czar” is actual (very minor) hyperbole – the guy who Obama had fronting for him on the left-wing “bullying” meme is a well-known bully online. It was Dan Savage, remember? Complete asshole, fits the modern definition of “cyberbully” to a “T”. He actually mocked and bullied – in person – Christian students who disagreed with his warped definition of Christianity. While at an official “It Gets Better” function at a school. After using curse words to describe the Bible during that function.

            On the other hand, the current story – the one where the college professor completely misrepresents the story about the actual event in an official school announcement over email? That’s just a lie, plain and simple. It is, as far as that goes, the opposite of the truth.

          • Brucehenry

            OK have it your way. I concede the point.

    • JWH

      Campus Reform posted what it says is the text of the email:

      http://www.campusreform.org/blog/?ID=5105

      • Brucehenry

        That’s the same link, and it shows only part of the email.

        • JWH

          Hmm. Thought that might be the whole thing. Also thought they might have added it since you posted.