A Montclair State University professor with a history of making irresponsible political statements on the internet has been fired after he tweeted for someone to kill President Trump.
'Trump is a f—ing joke,' Kevin Allred wrote in the social media post Friday night, which has since been deleted from his page. 'This is all a sham. I wish someone would just shoot him outright.'
Later in the weekend, Allred shared the notorious photograph of Kathy Griffin holding a beheaded prop of Trump, with the caption 'mood.' He also personally indicated the President was 'a traitor and a terrorist.'
Allred was an adjunct instructor for Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies and most recognized for his quirky course called 'Politicizing Beyonce' at Montclair State University in New Jersey.
Kevin Allred was fired from Montclair State University after he tweeted Friday for someone to kill President Trump
Back in November 2016, while employed at Rutgers, Allred was admitted to Bellevue Psychiatric Hospital to undergo mental evaluation after he made threats 'to kill white people,' burn the flag and abuse gun laws, the New York Daily News reported at the time.
'Rutgers police told them I'm a threat based on political statements I've made on campus and on Twitter. This is for exercising my ... First Amendment rights,' Allred wrote to Twitter after the cops showed up to his Brooklyn home for questioning.
After he was released from the psychiatric hospital, he took to Twitter again, calling the situation a 's*** show' and a limitation of free speech during Trump's upset election.
'They've forced me to now undergo a psychiatric