NYU Prof's Psychotic Break: Verbally Abuses Police Officers, Calls For Them to 'Kick Nazi As*'

Melissa Click 2.0

Caution: the following video showcases a left-wing professor's psychotic break, replete with spittle, verbal abuse of police officers, and highly explicit language. 

Another Antifa "anti-fascist" mob went on a rampage Thursday evening, this time at NYU in protest of media personality Gavin McInnes. 

The former Fox News contributor was at NYU to chat with students, but was instead met with violence. He was even pepper-sprayed by the tolerant leftists, eleven of whom were ultimately arrested. 

The footage above captures another moment from that evening in which a woman, who identified herself as a professor at NYU, has a complete psychotic break. With repeated use of a certain four letter word, spittle-flying, the professor (clearly not of English Literature) viciously attacks the NYPD officers charged with keeping the peace at the scene.

Repeatedly throughout her tirade, she brutalized the officers for "defending Nazis" and referred to them as "Proud Boys" (so-called followers of McInnes' work).

"You are f*cking assholes!" the professor shreiked, her voice cracking with rage. 

"You're protecting the Nazis!"

"You should kick their as*!" she hollered again. "You should!"

"These are kids who are trying to learn about humanity!" this utter moron said without a single shred of self-awareness.

"They're trying to learn about human rights and against racism and xenophobia, and LGBTQ rights, and you're letting these f*cking neo-Nazis near here! It's not up to these students to kick the as* of a neo-Nazi! They don't have to raise their fist! They were taught to be peaceful! F*ck you!"

She clearly doesn't get the irony of her words and deeds, and parents who are forking over $50,000 and up a year in tuition still somehow think they're getting their money's worth from professors like this.

Until this so-called professor's name surfaces or the next unhinged academic emerges, we'll simply refer to this one as Melissa Click 2.0.