Psycho Professor Mireille Miller-Young Portrayed as Victim by Fellow Academics
Remember feminazi professor Mireille Miller-Young at the University of California, Santa Barbara, who manhandled young pro-life demonstrator Thrin Short, scratched her, and stole her sign as Thrin and her sister attempted to express their point of view in a campus “free speech” area? Readers will be unsurprised that her fellow academics are backing her to the hilt. They have some produced some astonishing excuses for her sociopathic conduct.
Miller-Young pleaded no contest last month to misdemeanor counts of battery, theft and vandalism after she rallied up a small gaggle of female vigilantes and attacked abortion protesters Thrin Short, 16, and Joan Short, 21. The radical feminist armada forcibly stole a graphic anti-abortion sign from the two protesters. Miller-Young scratched and appeared to push the 16-year-old girl, then destroyed the sign.
Now, as Miller-Young awaits sentencing, a coterie of her fellow professors has submitted letters about their colleague to the judge presiding over the case, Brian Hill.
As Fox News notes, some of the professors wrote the glowing letters on officially UCSB letterhead – possibly on school equipment and during their taxpayer-funded work time.
UCSB history professor Paul Spikard charged in his letter to Judge Hill that Miller-Young has been the victim of “an energetic smear campaign that seems to have little to do with her person or her actions, and a great deal to do with fomenting racial hatred and rallying right-wing political sentiment.”
“It would be tragic if Dr. Miller-Young were sentenced to jail time or mandatory anger management classes based on the press’ portrayal of her as an Angry Black Woman,” Spikard wrote.
Likewise, it would be tragic if the feral mobs that have seized on a thin pretext to ransack Ferguson, Missouri were to be restrained by the police. That might portray them as Angry Black Persons.
Miller-Young, who specializes in queer theory, black film and pornography, apparently failed to mention either “racial hatred” or “right-wing political sentiment” when she [was] speaking to police about the event in Marc just after it initially happened.
Instead, she said felt “triggered in a negative way” by graphic images on the anti-abortion poster and on corresponding anti-abortion literature. “Asked if there had been a struggle, Miller-Young stated, ‘I’m stronger so I was able to take the poster.’”
That’s what left-wing politics always boils down to. Leftists will take whatever they have the strength to take. Since they have rejected morality and civilized norms of behavior, the only brake on them is the strength of their opponents.
Another professor, Eileen Boris of UCSB’s feminist studies department, urged the judge in the case to be lenient because Miller-Young was three months pregnant when she stole the anti-abortion sign, destroyed it and battered a 16-year-old girl.
But not only because she was pregnant.
“If she appears smiling on camera, she is ‘wearing the mask,’ that is, she is hiding her actual state through a strategy of self-presentation that is a cultural legacy of slavery.”
Slavery was abolished in the United States about 110 years before Miller-Young was born.
Liberalism has had exactly the same effect on liberal arts education as it has had on the federal government. Both have been reduced to a disgusting and repressive farce.
On a tip from Henry. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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