After this unapproved leave-of-absence was discovered, a Kent State administrator threatened Pino with loss of his salary if he stayed in the Middle East. The university paid his return fare – a cool two thousand bucks - and now he is back in America assuring members of the media that he no longer contributes to the terrorist website “Global War.” What he is not telling the media is that he is not contributing to the site because a conservative columnist (guess who?) had it shut down in March with the help of Matt Drudge and Fox News. Nor is he explaining how he could no longer write for a site that Kent State officials said he never wrote for in the first place.
It really is the height of hypocrisy that Kent State is only firing Chair Jameson who is now contemplating doing research along the Mexican border (I’m not kidding). Rumors that he plans to help smuggle suicide bombers into the U.S. are completely unfounded. Probably completely unfounded but, who knows, it is Kent State we’re talking about. Maybe the National Guard can help monitor the situation.
In all seriousness, more heads must roll at Kent State University. There are other administrators who know Pino has “not followed proper procedures” by using university resources to launch a war on Jews and American soldiers. Jameson was just a little too giddy about Pino’s connections in the Middle East. It wasn’t all about “not following proper procedures.”
And, to add to all the drama, Kent State has replaced Jameson with a new Interim Chair named Mary Ann Heiss. That should be interesting, shouldn’t it? Good thing her first name isn’t Hadassah. Otherwise, Pino might strap a bomb on his back and kill the stinking infidel. Or maybe convince some Palestinian children to do it for him.
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