Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Constitutional Law Professor at John Jay College in New York City, wrote an essay published on Christmas day that is a truly marvel of modern scholarship!

The PoliticsInColor piece denounced 2013 as a year of disappointment for black Americans, and offers true insight into race-based progressive doctrine.

She cites several events throughout the year as being particularly disappointing, such as the resistance of Obamacare by “southern White radicals,” her perceived lack of media attention to the manifesto of Christopher Dorner, who she compared to Nat Turner, and her anger over the killing of Trayvon Martin by a “White Latino.”

Browne-Marshall writes in rambling fashion that in 2013,

“…southern White radicals vowed to stop implementation of the Obama-care law leading one to wonder if Tea Party members would oppose affordable healthcare if it came from a nonBlack President.”

Browne-Marshall should know better than most, as a “Constitutional Law Professor,” that objections to the Affordable Care Act are policy-based. In fact, the most recent CNN poll reveals that 62 percent of Americans oppose Obamacare.

…The Constitutional Law Professor continued to discuss Christopher Dorner, who murdered four innocent people during a killing spree in February. She wrote that Dorner “claimed the abundance of racism he experienced on his job, and at all-White schools he attended, drove him to kill,” and lamented that “…the possibility racism was a core issue in this case was disregarded.”

Those who are interested in debating Brown-Marshall’s assertions can find the contact information for the John Jay College of Criminal Justice by clicking HERE.