A left-wing Kentucky Pan-African Studies professor blasted "racist, lying, nasty Republicans," accusing them of trying to "pimp God."
Ricky Jones, a University of Louisville department chair whom Tucker Carlson labeled as a "racist" during an interview on Fox News Channel last year, is once again making headlines for inflammatory language against Republicans in a recent op-ed, specifically against President Trump, Gov. Matt Bevin, and the local GOP chapter.
"I have contempt for you because you pimp God — turning Her into a callous, homophobic, supremacist, gun-toting bigot to justify your nastiness," Jones wrote in the Louisville Courier-Journal.
Jones accused Republicans of attacking women for trying to reverse Roe v. Wade and took a shot at Kanye West and Diamond and Silk as "lost souls" for supporting Trump.
"I am not a Democrat, and I am not Michelle Obama. Like you, I fight dirty. When you go low, I’ll go LOWER! And oh, by the way — that’s DR. Jones (not MR.) to YOU, nasty, nasty, naughty little Republicans," said the professor, who has a doctoral degree in political science.
This is not the first time Jones has made inflammatory comments.
Last year, Jones was taken to task by Carlson for an op-ed titled: "Was James Baldwin right when he called white Americans moral monsters?"