Breaking Digest reported that an unhinged pro-abortion professor at Hunter College in New York City was caught on video vandalizing a pro-life table, cursing at students, and accusing them of “violence.”
On Tuesday, the same unhinged professor, Shellyne Rodriguez, held a machete to a New York Post reporter’s neck and threatened to “chop” him up.
The New York Post reporter knocked on the door to Shellyne Rodriguez’s NYC apartment on Tuesday.
Rodriguez flipped out and threatened the reporter while holding a machete to his neck.
“Get the f*ck away from my door, or I’m gonna chop you up with this machete!” she shouted.
According to the New York Post, the professor followed the reporter and cameraman outside and threatened them.
The Post reporter and photographer immediately left the apartment building, but an armed Rodriguez quickly followed and accosted them outside.
“If I see you on this block one more f–king time, you’re gonna …,” Rodriguez said, while still wielding the implement.
“Get the f–k off the block! Get the f–k out of here, yo!”
The professor briefly chased The Post’s photographer down the street to his car before coming back to kick the reporter in the shins.
She finally retreated into her building just moments later.
Vince DiMiceli, a spokesman for Hunter College, told The Post the school was “outraged” by the footage of Rodriguez wielding the machete.
“We will take swift and appropriate action,” he said without elaborating.
The New York Post reported that Rodriguez has been fired:
The manic Manhattan college professor who threatened a Post reporter with a machete has been fired, the school said Tuesday — as it emerged she is suing the NYPD for allegedly abusing her during the 2020 George Floyd protests.
Shellyne Rodriguez was sacked by Hunter College just hours after the adjunct professor was caught on camera holding the blade to the veteran reporter’s neck while threatening to “chop” him up outside her Bronx apartment.
“Hunter College strongly condemns the unacceptable actions of Shellyne Rodriguez and has taken immediate action,” school spokesman Vince Dimiceli told The Post.
“Rodriguez has been relieved of her duties at Hunter College effective immediately, and will not be returning to teach at the school.”