Nuts like this are a dime a dozen in academia.
Via Campus Reform:
Earlier this summer, Boston University Sociology Professor Saida Grundy was the center of controversy over comments she made on social media disparaging white males. And just across the Charles River, an academic at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has been making similar statements on social media.
MIT Postdoctoral Fellow Chanda Prescod-Weinstein has consistently directed denigrating Twitter and Facebook posts at America, the Founding Fathers, and white males.
On June 25th, Prescod-Weinstein tweeted that she wants “to burn the tent of whiteness down.”
A few days later, Prescod-Weinstein sent out a tweet declaring that all America has ever stood for is white power.
In a July 6th tweet, Prescod-Weinstein denounced Thomas Jefferson as a “ rapist.”
“To address white power,” Prescod-Weinstein said, “is to look evil in the eye and to challenge everything this country has stood for in the last 250 years.”
Prescod-Weinstein immediately followed that tweet up by stating that “white power” was a principle of the American founding.