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College Suspends Football Coach for Saying He Would Like to Have Dinner With Hitler

College Suspends Football Coach for Saying He Would Like to Have Dinner With Hitler

“This is probably not going to get a good review”

What was this coach thinking? He had to know a comment like this would set off a firestorm.

The College Fix reports:

College football coach suspended after saying he would have dinner with Adolf Hitler

A football coach at a state university landed in hot water after making the bizarre claim that he would enjoy sharing a meal with Adolf Hitler, the murderous German dictator who orchestrated the systematic killing of millions upon millions of innocent people, including six million Jews.

Morris Berger, the offensive coordinator for Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan, was asked by The Grand Valley Lanthorn what historical figures he would like to have dinner with. Fox News reports that one of his responses was Hitler:

This is probably not going to get a good review, but I’m going to say Adolf Hitler. It was obviously very sad and he had bad motives, but the way he was able to lead was second-to-none. How he rallied a group and a following, I want to know how he did that. Bad intentions of course, but you can’t deny he wasn’t [sic] a great leader.

Following the publication of those remarks, the school suspended Berger, announcing on Monday that his views about dining with Hitler “do not reflect the values of Grand Valley State University.” The university said it is undertaking a “thorough investigation” of the incident.


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Isn’t this a Killstream meme? Did they ask him about Prince?

If he had said Mao they likely would have made him head coach.

Hitler, Stalin, and Mao as head coach, defensive coordinator, and special teams?

I think he had a salient point to make but the woke crowd doesn’t want to hear that point. Sometimes, strong feelings aren’t right just because they are strong and the ends do not justify the means.

The wokeys, the Antifas, and the progressives of the world are uncomfortable with that truth because it would cause them to reflect upon their actions.

Well, Lady Mosely did say that Adolf had exquisite table manners.

Barry Soetoro | January 30, 2020 at 1:04 am

“[Y]ou can’t deny he wasn’t [sic] a great leader.”

By what metric. His actions caused the death of almost 10% of Germay’s pre-war population, divided the country for nearly a half century, and left today’s reunited country under neo-Marxist control. These are not the results of great leadership.