A tenured Muslim professor at Fresno State University, Randa Jarrar, showed her true colors when she “celebrated” the death of former First Lady Barbara Bush this week. It seems that karma has struck Jarrar in a big way, and she has received some bad news.
The president of the school didn’t rebuke the professor’s comments on Bush at first.
“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,” Castro stated. “Her statements were made as a private citizen, not as a representative at Fresno State.”
Jarrar’s Twitter account has now been set to private, and she has claimed that the school has placed her on leave.
Nothing Jarrar could say at this point will take back the fact that she celebrated the death of another person. It doesn’t matter if someone’s political views differ from yours, mocking a deceased former first lady is generally frowned upon. She didn’t just mock the late Barbara Bush, however. She mocked the entire grieving Bush family too.
It seems that Jarrar is getting some serious backlash, and the karma train is barreling down the tracks.
From BizPac Review:
Randa Jarrar, a self-described Muslim who’s a professor at Fresno State University, gleefully cheered the death of former first lady Barbara Bush, tweeting: “I’m happy the witch is dead and I can’t wait for the rest of her family to fall to their demise.”
Jarrar called Mrs. Bush an “amazing racist who, along with her husband, raised a war criminal” while dancing on her grave.
Jarrar also mocked the grief of the Bush family, saying she couldn’t care less about all the backlash she stirred up on Twitter. “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 cooed.
Fox News reported that the comments made by Jarrar received thousands of negative responses. Social media blew up with people condemning Jarrar’s disgusting comments. Some people even called for her to be fired from her position.
“I hope you find peace and one day walk away from this profound hatred,” writer Chad Felix Greene said.
Popular conservative commentator Ben Shapiro had a few things to say to the liberal professor. He tweeted out, “Good news: you won’t have to see her when she’s in heaven and you’re burning in hell.”
Jarrar would not succumb to the backlash and negative comments, however. The wicked witch went so far as to say that she’s happy that “George W. Bush is probably really sad right now.”