The American college is an odd breeding ground of some of the worst people humanity has to offer, and Professor Randa Jarrar of Fresno State is definitely one of them.
According to the Daily Wire, Jarrar took to Twitter to bravely tweet out her hatred and joy over the death of former first lady Barbara Bush. She has since bravely protected her Twitter account, because that’s what brave social justice warriors who run their mouth do when confronted with opposition.
The Daily Wire reported that upon Barbara Bush’s death, Jarrar wrote “Barbara Bush was a generous and smart and amazing racist who, along with her husband, raised a war criminal. F**k outta here with your nice words.”
Don’t worry. She kept going.
“PSA: either you are against these pieces of shit and their genocidal ways or you’re part of the problem. that’s actually how simple this is. I’m happy the witch is dead. can’t wait for the rest of her family to fall to their demise the way 1.5 million iraqis have. byyyeeeeeeee,” wrote Jarrar.
When the backlash began pouring in, Jarrar continued to spew her hatred of the Bush’s by rejoicing in the fact that former President George W. Bush is sad.
“All the hate I’m getting ALMOST made me forget how happy I am that George W Bush is probably really sad right now,” she tweeted.
Responding further to the outrage, Jarrar began to brag about her tenured professorship with all the grammatical errors you’d expect out of a college professor. The tweet is written as is below.
“sweetie i work as a tenured professor. I make 100K a year doing that. i will never be fired. i will always have people wanting to hear what i have to say. even you are one of them!”
Then finally, Jarrar suggested her newfound haters contact her boss, Fresno State President Joseph Castro and try to get her fired for her comments. Then, oddly, Jarrar celebrated the presence of the 1st Amendment, which is rare for an SJW.
“LOL! Let me help you,” tweeted Jarrar. “You should tag my president @JosephICastro. What I love about being an American professor is my right to free speech, and what I love about Fresno State is that I always feel protected and at home here. GO BULLDOGS!”
And indeed, that’s exactly what happened. Many Twitter users contacted Castro in order to make him aware of his employee’s disgusting behavior. What they got in return is a statement made with a lot of weak tea.
On behalf of Fresno State, I extend my deepest condolences to the Bush family on the loss of our former First Lady, Barbara Bush.
We share the deep concerns expressed by others over the personal comments made today by Professor Randa Jarrar, a professor in the English Department at Fresno State. Her statements were made as a private citizen, not as a representative of Fresno State.
Professor Gerard’s express personal views and commentary are obviously contrary to the core values of our University, which include respect and empathy for individuals with divergent points of view, and a sincere commitment to mutual understanding and progress.
— Fresno State (@Fresno_State) April 18, 2018
In other words, Jarrar is right about her job security, and you can expect nothing to come of her behavior in the near future.
I shudder at the idea of what kind of students she’s creating. This is a kind of hate that is, oddly enough, well circulated around college campuses, yet if you’re a conservative attempting to simply express opposing ideas you’ll get shut down immediately.
This culture of hate for one side, acceptance of hate from another is oftentimes state funded just as Fresno State is.
But if that’s the rules the left wants to play by, then fine. We can play by those rules and toss out the next bout of boycotts driven by leftist outrage by simply saying the person doesn’t represent the views of the company he or she works for.
“ … made as a private citizen, not as a representative of Fresno State.” Conservatives should note this standard going forward, especially as it relates to certain networks and their sponsors. https://t.co/Q8my13HNMG
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) April 18, 2018