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A far-left professor who recently went viral for berating pro-life students was caught on camera holding a machete up to a reporter’s neck this week, threatening to “chop” him up.
A reporter from the New York Post showed up to the home of Hunter College professor Shellyne Rodriguez on Tuesday to ask her questions about her profanity-laced tirade, which was posted to Twitter by Students for Life of America.
“You’re not educating s***. This is f***ing propaganda,” the art professor yelled at the students. “What are you going to do, like, anti-trans next?”
The professor then started throwing the materials that the students had at their booth, claiming that they were “triggering” others students.
PROFESSOR GONE WILD: Pro-abortion professor Shellyne Rodriquez curses at pro-life students and vandalizes table at Hunter College. pic.twitter.com/QNspuXB4KK
— Students for Life of America (@StudentsforLife) May 17, 2023
New York Post reporter Reuven Fenton went to her apartment in the Bronx on Tuesday and was greeted by her holding a large machete.
“Get the f*** away from my door, or I’m gonna chop you up with this machete!” she yelled as she put the machete right up next to his neck. “Get the f*** away from my door! Get the f*** away from my door!”
The reporter and photographer quickly left the building, but were chased moments later when she came outside armed with the machete.
“If I see you on this block one more f***ing time, you’re gonna …” she said as she began to chase them. “Get the f*** off the block! Get the f*** out of here, yo!”
The New York Post later reported that after she chased the photographer, she came back “to kick the reporter in the shins.”
A spokesperson for Hunter College later told the newspaper that she had been fired.
“Hunter College strongly condemns the unacceptable actions of Shellyne Rodriguez and has taken immediate action,” he said. “Rodriguez has been relieved of her duties at Hunter College effective immediately, and will not be returning to teach at the school.”