Author of 12 Rules for Life Challenges Professor’s View that “Whiteness” is to Blame for Texas Church Shooting

Professor George Ciccariello-Maher of Drexel University continued to defend his view that the main cause of mass-murderer Devin Kelley’s attack on a Texas Church was his “whiteness” during an interview with left-leaning Democracy Now! This came even after the ultra-liberal professor was fired by Drexel after blaming the shooting on President Trump but he still holds fast to his belief that the gunman’s “entitlement” was the motivating factor in his deadly attack that left 26 people dead.

“Whiteness is never seen as a cause, in and of itself, of these kinds of massacres,” Ciccariello-Maher said. “Despite the fact that whiteness is a structure of privilege and it’s a structure of power, and a structure that, when it feels threatened, you know, lashes out.”

Dr. Jordon Petterson, a Canadian clinical psychologist, cultural critic, and author of 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote for Chaos took issue with Ciccariello-Maher on FOX News’ Fox & Friends. Petterson of the University of Toronto explains the simple formula that progressives like Ciccariello-Maher use to dissuade students from thinking for themselves.

“It attributes everything,” said Petterson, “to racial disparity, oppression, and victimization … It’s a recasting of Marxism. Rich against poor, bourgeoisie against proletariat. And that was recast in the 1970s as oppression due to group identity.” He says you can learn the formula in about a day and then use to explain just about everything.

Watch Dr. Petterson completely rip apart the argument that “Whiteness” and Donald Trump are to blame for the mass shootings that have happened in America using nothing but facts and figures.


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