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Simpson College professor Brian Steffen is the chair of the Multimedia Communications Department. He has served as the head of the department since 2002. And he has some serious disdain for Republicans, Gov. Kim Reynolds, President Donald J. Trump and it seems like white people.

Steffen took to Twitter earlier this month with a promise to teach a course from a Critical Race Theory perspective.

“Out of (expletives) to give,” he wrote. “Come & get me, Gov. Kim Reynolds.”

This is nothing new for Steffen, who frequently refers to the Republican Party as the White Peoples Party.

And, as expected, Steffen hated President Trump. And he wrote that anyone who believes Trump was qualified to be President is either nuts, a white supremacist or really, really, really hates America.

He called Trump the “most outwardly racist person ever to live in the White House.”

After Biden was installed as president, Steffen said America was set free from “four years of anger, fear and resentment. Four years of grievance and white nationalism. Four years of a Fake President who governed for the sole purpose of personal gain from division and lies.”

He also noted that “white America” does not deserve to be rescued by black America as it appears was the case on election night.

“Someday, white folks, you’re going to have to wake up to what’s going on this country (sic).”

One note of interest, Steffen wondered what it says that five of the 18 students originally enrolled in his class dropped it — including four white males.

Perhaps it is because of things like this:

“Something white people can do to help: Anytime you see a police officer detaining anyone of any color, stop and record the event. Let the police know they are being watched. After all, they are watching us.”

Or this:

He also doesn’t seem too fond of Christians.

Author: Jacob Hall