Georgia Southern Student Fired From Job After Criticizing Black Lives Matter Mob (Video)

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A student at Georgia Southern University was fired from her job after criticizing the Black Lives Matter mob.
Several of her classmates want her expelled for speaking out on Facebook.

Black students on campus held a walkout protest after student Emily Paz suggested in her Facebook post that “all lives matter.”

Dean Patrice Jackson said the school respected all voices on campus (except white girls criticizing a race mob).
Daily Caller reported:

One young student at Georgia Southern University (GSU) is learning the consequences for publicly criticizing the racially-charged protests at the University of Missouri after being fired from her job and having a number of her fellow classmates demand her expulsion.

Emily Faz, a senior at the public university, shared a November 14 Washington Times article on Monday that reported on how some Mizzou protesters and Black Lives Matter activists were upset that the Paris attacks were stealing the media spotlight.

Faz wrote above the link, “I swear if I see this B.S. at Southern I will make you regret even knowing what a movement or a hashtag is, and you’ll walk away with your tail tucked.”

She continued on to say, “The whole black lives matter movement is misguided and out of hand. Maybe no one likes or takes y’all seriously because no one can see past your egotistical bullshit. Some people might just look past it, but fair warning I am not one. All lives matter, that has always been the case, and you part of the problem if you think other wise [sic].”

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