Kyle Olson
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Some opinions only get attention because they come from people with advanced degrees who make their living on the taxpayer dime. That’s certainly the case for Hugo Schwyzer, a history and gender studies professor at Pasadena City College.

He has a history of blaming white men for most of the mass killings that take place in the United States. Friday’s tragic shootings in Newtown, Connecticut gave him a great opportunity to spout his nonsense once again.

Less than 40 minutes after the events – while (woefully inaccurate) news was still breaking – he tweeted, “MEN committing acts of Mass Violence is an epidemic that the U.S. needs to immediately address!”

About 16 minutes later, he re-tweeted a statement that came from his children’s pediatrician: “If there is anybody on Twitter who thinks we do not need gun control, go f**k yourselves.”

Minutes later Schwyzer tweeted, “F**k You, Guns…”

What a professional way for an esteemed professor to express himself – like a drunken sailor on shore leave or a two-bit punk on a street corner.

In any case, Schwyzer has been on this kick for quite some time. We have no idea whether he really believes this nonsense, or if he cooked up the “evil white man” theory to please his radical friends on the left.

Back in July, just after the movie theater shootings in Colorado, he wrote:

“Are white men particularly prone to carrying out the all-too-familiar mass killings of which last week’s Aurora shooting is just the latest iteration? Is there something about the white, male, middle-class experience that makes it easier for troubled young men to turn schools and movie theaters into killing fields? In a word, yes.”

He then goes on to disprove his theory, by pointing out a Korean student killed 32 people at Virginia Tech in 2007 and a Muslim killed several people in Fort Hood, Texas.

But never fear, those psychotic criminals were also men, so that’s close enough.

So what would drive the Aurora theater shooter, who actually is white? Or the nut that nearly killed Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and did, in fact, kill several others at a grocery store in Tucson? Schwyzer has some professorial answers, paid for with your tax dollars:

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Kyle Olson

Kyle is Founder and CEO of Education Action Group Foundation, a non-partisan non-profit organization with the goal of promoting sensible education reform and exposing those with a vested interest in maintaining the status quo.