Ken Storey is an otherwise unknown professor at the University of Tampa. He apparently doesn’t like conservatives, or Republicans, or people who are not socialists. Witnessing the atrocities hurricane Harvey was inflicting on people of all political beliefs and affiliations, he had those reassuring words to offer.
And, not to be outdone, took it up a notch to include people who haven’t suffered yet:
He very quickly took it down AFTER his employer strongly condemned his tweets:
The University of Tampa stands in solidarity with those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Any comments to the contrary are not shared by UT.
— University of Tampa (@UofTampa) August 28, 2017
So, who here feels like I do? I’m sick and tired of people accusing innocents of hate while hating overtly and publicly. The original post was Ken Storey being honest. He truly thinks people who voted against his preferred candidate should suffer horribly. That’s hate people. Assuming someone else does because you don’t agree with them isn’t. You just don’t get much more hate filled than what Ken Storey said. the University of Tampa has a choice to make. They show people they don’t tolerate hate and do something about it. Or, they can show people that they do tolerate hate and keep him. That’s their choice. Hate can’t be tolerated as long as you agree with it. If people want it to go away, they have to get rid of their own first.
Next day update: The University of Tampa has fired Ken Storey.
Good. This guy doesn’t need to be anywhere near kids.