That professor is Ward Churchill, formerly of University of Colorado. Fox News will be airing the interview next week that discusses how Churchill believes that Americans killed by terrorist attacks deserve them.
In this teaser video, Kelly poses the question to Churchill about why he had to be so “glib” in his statements about the 9/11 victims.
“My responsibility is to do exactly what I did, which is show you what it feels like. If you are too dense to get it – okay,” he said.
“I think the United States, by its own rules, is subject to being bombed,” he continued.
The video concludes with Dinesh D’Souza speaking about what consequences extremists like Churchill can have on Americans:
“On the face of it, these guys are extremists, and some people might say, well why are you featuring these extremists? The reason is extremists on the left do not occupy the same position as extremists on the right,” D’Souza begins.
“On the right, if you have some skinhead or Ku Klux Klansman, that guy has zero influence on the Republican party, zero influence on conservatism, but on the left, these extremists, who make claims like, America is evil, America is a force for genocide, they are in a sense the moral conscious of American progressivism.”
“True, most progressives don’t want to blow up the Pentagon, they won’t say we deserve 9/11, but the idea America is the bad guy, that’s something they routinely teach in the schools and that’s why guys like Bill Ayers can teach in colleges and universities, they can write text books, they’re completely respectable on the American left and it’s not until you put them under the gun and you put them under scrutiny, that they are for the first time, often in decades, held directly accountable for what they do and what they say.”
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