It seems that a week doesn’t go by without reading or witnessing another controversial issue involving the hate group “Black Lives Matter” whether it’s a protest that suddenly turns violent or a thug attacking a police officer and claiming membership, or some official member denouncing legislators attempting to defuse the random violence associated with this group, or educators attempting to legitimize these outlaws with misleading information, “Black Lives Matter” seems to be always in the news.

This week another educator has gotten involved and is now paying the price for that involvement. Douglas Muir, an adjunct lecturer at the University of Virginia compared the Black Lives Matter movement to the Ku Klux Klan on social media, and is now being asked to leave, or to be more politically correct taking a “leave of absence,” perhaps indefinitely.

The professor who teaches at the engineering school and the Darden School of Business has also apparently angered a Charlottesville city councilman who is asking for a boycott of a restaurant that Professor Muir owns.

The dust-up began when Professor Muir responded to a Facebook post authored by Charlottesville real estate agent Roger Voisinet, and in which Muir commented on stating within his post;

“Black lives matter is the biggest racist (sic) organisation (sic) since the clan. (sic) Are you kidding me. Disgusting!!!”


The comment has since been deleted.

Before being asked to take time off, the engineering school where Professor Muir teaches responded to the incident stating: “while free speech and open discussion are fundamental principles of our nation and the university, Mr. Muir’s comment was entirely inappropriate. U.Va. Engineering does not condone actions that undermine our values, dedication to diversity and educational mission.”

Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza also responded to the incident stating:

“Black Lives Matter aims to end state-sanctioned violence once and for all,” Garza said at the event. “We are fighting for the sanctity and dignity of all of us, and not just for black men. We are fighting for black women, black queer people, black trans people, immigrants and the disabled community.” And yet violence seems to follow them wherever they go.

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Source: Richmond



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