Traitors: American Professors Go to Tehran to Help Mad Mullahs
A couple of so-called American professors recently went to Tehran University to help the radical, anti-American, racist, Islamists propagandize about how wonderful the Mad Mullahs think the Occupy Wall Street “movement” here in America is.
Anti-Americans Alex Vitae, professor at Brooklyn College, Heather Gautney, professor at Fordham University, John Hammond, professor at City University of New York all appeared at the terrorist’s little convention to speak glowingly of the hate spewed by both the OWSers and the Mad Mullahs.
The fact that the Mad Mullahs love the OWS “movement” says an awful lot about what the true nature of OWS is, doesn’t it? It’d be like being on the KKK’s Christmas card list!
Needless to say, Iran is the biggest state sponsor of terrorism in the world today and the OWSers are hopeful of instigating as much terror here at home as possible. So, on second thought, I guess these “professors” went to the right country for a how-to lesson.
Maybe we can cancel their passports before they get back.
(H/T The Weekly Standard)
Warner Todd Huston
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