Fresno State Announces it Will NOT Take Disciplinary Action Against Bush-Hating Professor Who Praised Airplane Hijackers

On Tuesday, Fresno State President Joseph Castro announced the university made a decision not to take disciplinary action against Associate Professor Randa Jarrar after she cheered the death of former First Lady Barbara Bush.

As previously reported, Fresno State Associate Professor, Randa Jarrar cheered the death of former First Lady Barbara Bush last week from her verified, ‘blue checkmark’ Twitter account.

The hateful Muslim professor at Fresno State cheered Mrs. Bush’s death then doubled down and wished for the ‘rest of the Bush family to fall to their demise.’

Even worse, Jarrar also posted a phone number to a mental health hotline claiming it was her own so the hotline was inundated with calls, potentially blocking people who really need the service.

The Fresno State professor even taunted people about being tenured which she believed shielded her from being terminated.

Donors are now thinking about pulling funds.

A video also surfaced of Randa Jarrar calling for acts of terrorism.

Below is a video of Jarrar calling for acts of terrorism against a person named “Spencer” and praising people who hijack airplanes. She also expressed her hatred for ‘white males’ and said [Trump supporters] farmers are “f*cking stupid.”

VIDEO (language warning):

Apparently Fresno State isn’t bothered by any of Randa Jarrar’s language or the fact that she openly calls for people to throw grenades into a home of a political adversary.

Fresno State claims Randa Jarrar was speaking in her personal capacity when she made the disparaging comments about Barbara Bush therefore it falls under her 1st Amendment rights.

Below is the letter from Fresno State:

The Gateway Pundit reached out to Fresno State multiple times. We have not received a response at the time of this publication.

People were outraged by Fresno State’s decision not to fire Jarrar.

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