A Push to get Cornell Prof. Fired for Criticizing Black Lives Matter Movement [Video]

oh no, prof tells the truth!

There’s an effort to get me fired at Cornell for criticizing the Black Lives Matter Movement

Or if not fired, at least publicly denounced by the law school


Or if not fired, at least publicly denounced by the law school. Student groups plan to demand the law school “critically examine the views of the people they employ as professors of the law.”

Professor Jacobson standing at Cornell ‘Take a Knee’ protest 2017

There is an effort underway to get me fired at Cornell Law School, where I’ve worked since November 2007, or if not fired, at least denounced publicly by the school.


Not until now, to the best of my knowledge, has there been an effort from inside the Cornell community to get me fired.

The impetus for the effort was two posts I wrote at Legal Insurrection regarding the history and tactics of the Black Lives Matter Movement:

Those posts accurately detail the history of how the Black Lives Matters Movement started, and the agenda of the founders which is playing out in the cultural purge and rioting taking place now.

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Watch Professor Jacobson with Laura Ingraham…


Cornell campus climate “so far beyond political correctness”

Jonathan Turley rips Cornell Law faculty letter against me: “It is the antipathy of the intellectual foundations for higher education”


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1 Comment on A Push to get Cornell Prof. Fired for Criticizing Black Lives Matter Movement [Video]

  1. Most people, even the protesters, do not agree with the looting and violence. The few that are doing that, or even many more, would not be able to “tear down the Country”. They may want things to change, which probably most of us do, but sounds like deliberate hyperbole to me. Maybe they just wanted free merchandise, albeit illegally. Also, even if that phrase does not equal to what happened in the Michael Brown case (I do not know one way or the other), there has been equal and worse happen to those of color – “Hands up – don’t shoot” is a phrase that clearly echoes the concerns most people have with these killings.The history behind it is actually irreverent – it is true enough regardless. I do not believe this professor should be fired for his views, however. It’s a law school – challenge him!

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