After Barbara Bush’s death, liberal English professor, Randa Jarrar of Fresno State in CA, unleashed a Twitter storm in what looked to be celebration of the former First Lady dying.
Jarrar and the university received immediate backlash after she made statements like, “Barbara Bush was a generous and smart and amazing racist who, along with her husband, raised a war criminal. F— outta here with your nice words.” See Below
Jarrar also is quoted as saying: “PSA: either you are against these pieces of s— 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.”
And after her hate-filled comments, many were quick to call for the professor and university to be removed of her duties.
However, Conservative Celebrity James Woods, who is a Californian resident, offered another solution to the matter that makes perfect sense.
In a single statement, Woods issued the perfect solution on how the situation surrounding Professor Jarrar and Fresno State should be handled amid the negative light that has now been cast.
“Actually I think it’s better to leave an unfortunate person like this where she is. Look at what happened to Mizzou after the Glick episode. Let schools who hire these clowns lose their alumni support.” See Below
Actually I think it’s better to leave an unfortunate person like this where she is. Look at what happened to Mizzou after the Glick episode. Let schools who hire these clowns lose their alumni support. https://t.co/LeanlYlPZ1
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) April 19, 2018
What Woods is referring to involves an incident at the University of Missouri (Mizzou). In 2015, students, led by communications professor Melissa Click, took part in several weeks of protests accusing administrators of race-related disrespect and neglect. The protests occurred in correlation to violent protests that sparked in Ferguson after the Michael Brown shooting.
As the protests continued to get more heated, demonstrators tried to block the news media from getting footage of what was going on. Click called for “some muscle” to oust a student taking a video of the confrontationn and faced strong backlash afterwards. Video Below
The President of the school soon resigned after losing control of the situation and Click was ultimately let go after the protests died down. And after lack of leadership by the school and displays that took place during the controversial protests, the school has since lost alumni support and thousands of students as enrollment is way down, according to a report which can be seen HERE.
Woods’ solution for how to handle Jarrar could send a huge message to Fresno, if the alumni show they don’t stand with such obscene actions as shown by Jarrar in her statements about Bush. And this could ultimately send a message to campuses across the U.S. that such sick acts displayed by professors should not be tolerated.
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