The body of Professor Mike S. Adams was discovered on Thursday. The influential conservative political columnist is famous for his regular posts in Town Hall, many of them controversial. Police in Wilmington, North Carolina, are scouring for clues in what they’re calling a “death investigation.”
Professor Adams’ latest controversy
According to Lieutenant J.J. Brewer of the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office, “deputies found the body of University of North Carolina-Wilmington professor Mike Adams, 55, while performing a wellness check at his home.” He recently declared he would take an early retirement from the college “amid backlash over his comments on social media, in which he called the state’s governor “Massa Cooper” and compared coronavirus restrictions to living in a “slave state.”
Police investigators are remaining tight-lipped and “did not release additional details about the circumstances.” The professor had tenure in the sociology department and taught criminology. He was all set to retire as of August 1, after he “recently reached a $504,702 settlement with the university for lost salary and lost retirement benefits.” They paid him.
The post Professor Adams wrote about a student activist in 2016 titled “A ‘Queer Muslim’ Jihad,” wasn’t nearly as upsetting to the children of darkness as what he had to say this past May. The controversy began when Adams “tweeted about the executive order limiting social gatherings signed by Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper during the coronavirus pandemic.” The post that started the uproar declared, “This evening I ate pizza and drank beer with six guys at a six seat table top. I almost felt like a free man who was not living in the slave state of North Carolina. Massa Cooper, let my people go!”
This evening I ate pizza and drank beer with six guys at a six seat table top. I almost felt like a free man who was not living in the slave state of North Carolina.
Massa Cooper, let my people go!
— Mike S. Adams (@MikeSAdams) May 29, 2020
The liberal left-leaning university immediately trampled all over his free speech rights to declare his observation “Vile.” It “prompted more than 60,000 people to sign an online petition to get Adams fired from his job.” Tenured professors aren’t easy to fire though. Instead, they did what they accused the professor of doing, and bullied him into retiring.
As the petition to have Professor Adams removed declares, Adams text was equivalent to “bullying a student into transferring to an inflammatory Twitter account that contains threats towards minorities and those exercising their first amendment rights.” They got their way. Now he’s dead.
At this time, nobody is saying whether the death is being investigated as a murder or a suicide but either way he was killed by liberal anarchists. The University released a statement. “It is with sadness that we share the news that the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office is conducting a death investigation involving Dr. Mike Adams, professor of criminology. Please keep his friends and loved ones in your thoughts.”