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[VIDEO] USC Professor Rants in Class Against 'Stupid and Racist' Republicans, Advocates Using Black Panthers to Intimidate Voters

The professor's name is Darry Sragow. He openly endorses illegally suppressing Republican votes.

Campus Reform has more.

A professor at the University of Southern California (USC) appears to have used a fall semester 2012 political science class to deliver sustained and angered attacks on Republicans, who he characterized as old, white, racist, and “losers.”

In a 15 min. video secretly captured by USC student Tyler Talgo, political science Professor Darry Sragow also appears to endorse the illegal suppression of Republican votes.

“You lose their information on the election in the mail,” he suggested when a student asked him how to keep Republicans from voting. “I mean there is lots of ways to do it [SIC].”

A teaching assistant (TA), who also appeared to work for the university, then seemed to suggest Black Panthers could be placed at polling stations to intimidate Republican voters.

Rather than rebuking the TA, Sragow appeared to confirm the suggestion.

“Yeah, yeah,” he said. “You can do that.”

Sragow also claims that GOP voter ID efforts are about suppressing votes, not protecting legitimate votes. That's a typical Democrat lie about voter ID. At one point during his rant, Sragow says that Democrats have to "fight the law" in order to win elections.

The University of Southern California, a taxpayer funded school, employs a professor who openly tells his student that breaking the law and suppressing votes is a fine thing to do, because of his biased and ill-informed opinion of some voters. Darry Sragow is, by the way, a current board member of the Constitutional Rights Foundation.