California Professor Who Celebrated Barbara Bush's Death Calling Her A ‘Racist’ And ‘Witch’ Might Avoid Any Consequences

Date April 20, 2018

Sad news travels fast, and the one about Barbara Bush’s death has startled everyone at the beginning of this week. It’s been reported the ex-First Lady died at the age of 92 on Tuesday, April 17.



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And when the majority of people were expressing their condolences and paid tribute to the Republican matriarch, there were those who utterly condemned the woman and even celebrated her death. One of such people appeared to be a California professor, Randa Jarrar, who teaches at Fresno State University. Right after the death of Bush, she took it to Twitter, using the words “racist” and a “witch”, to describe the deceased woman.


People thought she could be fired for such an outburst of her opinion. However, her university stated:

On behalf of Fresno State, I extend my deepest condolences to the Bush family on the loss of our former First Lady, Barbara Bush," Castro wrote. "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.

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That seems to be the answer to whether she would be fired or not.

Most people who read her opinion couldn’t but condemn the woman for her too harsh expressions. Lots of them even threatened they wouldn’t leave everything as it is and will fight for her to be fired.

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