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Aug 10 2018

Professor Matthew Fantastic Loter Accused of Ferocious Assault

Eric Clanton may not be the only professorial moonbat to resort to violence and get away with it. At least Clanton got probation for bashing in people’s skulls with a bike lock. At last word, Quinnipiac University’s Matthew Fantastic Loter has not even been arrested for assaulting YouTuber Jeremy Hambly for being a countermoonbat.

Hambly put out a YouTube video critiquing GenCon [a gaming conference in Indianapolis] for inviting feminist cultural critic Anita Sarkeesian, who has raked in hundreds of thousands of dollars after complaining about harassment but has, herself, also been accused of the act.

Loter responded to this with a menacing tweet. And then:

Hambly claims that Loter approached him at a bar near the conference at 2 a.m. on Aug. 2 and asked him if he was Hambly.

“When the defendant stated that he was, in fact, Jeremy Hambly, [Loter] then proceeded to punch the defendant in the head while screaming, ‘I’m going to f***ing kill you,’” one witness said, according to a statement Hambly sent to The Daily Caller News Foundation.

It took four people to pry off the assailant.

If that’s how he behaves in public, imagine how far he takes moonbattery in the relative privacy of his classroom.

Even now, academia is publicity shy when stories like this break into the news. Loter was listed as a professor teaching a fall 2018 class at Quinnipiac just last Tuesday. But now a Quinnipiac spokesman says he doesn’t teach there.

On a tip from J.

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