Professor: What America Really Needs Now Is a Violent Civil War to Kill Off the NRA

More honesty, this time from a Professor Christopher Swindell. But he starts his own honest heartcry with a lie.

Here it is. The NRA advocates armed rebellion against the duly elected government of the United States of America.

No, it doesn't. The NRA advocates fidelity to the U.S. Constitution.

That's treason, and it's worthy of the firing squad.

If he was a professor of history, he might know that even Benedict Arnold didn't get the firing squad.

The B.S. needs a serious gut check. We are not a tin pot banana republic where machine gun toting rebel groups storm the palace and depose the dictator.

We put the president in the White House. To support the new NRA president's agenda of arming the populace for confrontation with the government is bloody treason. And many invite it gladly as if the African-American president we voted for is somehow infringing on their Constitutional rights.

Normally, I am a peaceable man, but in this case, I am willing to answer the call to defend the country. From them.

How about enlisting in the military, boss? I did it. So can you!

To turn the song lyric they so love to quote back on them, "We'll put a boot in your ---, it's the American way."

Except it won't be a boot. It'll be an M1A Abrams tank, supported by an F22 Raptor squadron with Hellfire missiles. Try treason on for size. See how that suits. And their assault arsenal and RPGs won't do them any good.

The piece speaks eloquently for itself. But the real kicker comes at the end:

Swindell is a professor of journalism.

Of course he is. Even though he can barely write.

Turns out he's a professor of journalism at Marshall University. He believes that the Tea Party hates America, because it objects to Obama's debt policies which are wrecking the country. He published his personal email address on this article about the Boston bombing, to which he reacted as a typical liberal reacts.

His students generally love him, even though they see that he's "full of himself," thinks his course is more demanding than it really is, and one suspects that Mr. Swindell may be a communist. One student, noting Swindell's tendency to "spray when he talks," suggests sitting several feet away from him at all times. Several states away is really the optimum distance.

Keep in mind, Professor Swindell advocates mass murder against the NRA in the article above. So watch this video manifesto of him begging everyone else to "just get along" and challenge yourself to keep a straight face. The irony is about as subtle as Swindell's opinion of the NRA.

I mean, this part is just hilarious:

So to start, I too will stop. I'll stop with the accusations and the name-calling. And I'll start listening for good ideas from any political stripe.

That was in 2011. In 2013, he's pushing for civil war to murder millions of law-abiding Americans who don't happen to wear his political stripe.

h/t Instapundit