UC Berkeley Professor Says People Opposing Jews Shouldn’t be Allowed to Have Jobs

You don’t want to support the Jews killing a bunch of innocent babies in Gaza?

Well, hey – how about you never have a job?

How’s that?

How about forever, for the rest of your life, you never have a job?

We can do this to you – because we’re Jewish. We control whether or not you get a job in America. We have that control because we are helpless victims.

New York Post:

A Berkeley law professor is warning future employers to not hire his students — accusing some of them of being antisemitic in an opinion piece published Sunday.

Steven Davidoff Solomon, who teaches corporate law at the University of California, Berkeley, alleged that some of his students at the college promoted hate towards Jews and therefore should not be given jobs in an op-ed he penned for the Wall Street Journal.

“My students are largely engaged and well-prepared, and I regularly recommend them to legal employers,” Solomon wrote. “But if you don’t want to hire people who advocate hate and practice discrimination, don’t hire some of my students.”

The educator, who advises the Jewish law students association, lobbed the serious accusation at his students after nine campus groups adopted a rule last year banning pro-Israel speakers at events.

Steven Davidoff Solomon

The student conduct at Berkeley is part of the broader attitude against Jews on university campuses that made last week’s massacre possible,” he said. “It is shameful and has been tolerated for too long.”

Solomon called on potential employers to “treat these law students like the adults they are” during the recruiting process.

If a student endorses hate, dehumanization or anti-Semitism, don’t hire him. When students face consequences for their actions, they straighten up,” he wrote.

You see how that works?

Students at Berkeley were against Jews slaughtering Palestinians, and that made the killing of Jews possible – including, and I tell you true, the beheading of 40 Jew babies.

That happened.

It’s real.

If you don’t believe it – well, good luck finding a job.