Most parents would do almost anything for their children.
Some journalists took a punch in the gut when they heard one Leftist’s diabolical plan.
And what one unhinged college professor threatened to do to children is bone-chilling.
Soon after the terrorist group rained down fire on an Israeli music festival, Democrats in the United States started coming out with radical pro-Hamas positions.
While much of the corporate-controlled media is towing what is apparently the current party line, one Leftist college professor apparently decided that those in the profession still needed a nasty threat directed at them.
Now UC-Davis is investigating comments posted on social media by faculty member Jemma Decristo.
When you normalize calling people Nazi for no reason, real ones tend to rise
On October 10—mere days after the attack on the Israeli music festival—the professor of American Studies and African American Studies issued a violent threat against so-called “Zionist journalists” and their children.
“One group of ppl we have easy access to in the US is all these Zionist journalists who spread propaganda & misinformation… they have houses w addresses, kids in school… they can fear their bosses, but they should fear us more,” Decristo posted on X.
The threat was accompanied by gruesome emojis showing a knife, axe, and drops of blood.
“Subtle! Especially with the images of a knife, ax and blood droplets along with her tweet,” Matt Fleming wrote for the Orange County Register in a post registering shock over the quality of professors in the state.
“Even if you set aside the overt anti-Semitism, which is hard, her grammar and lack of intellectualism would suggest this person is a poor fit for University of California faculty,” Fleming added.
No surprise, Decristo’s account was quickly taken private as the university scrambled to respond.
“I absolutely condemn the posts attributed to a UC Davis faculty member that recently appeared on the social media platform X,” Chancellor Gary S. May wrote in a statement that came out nine days later. “I find the comments revolting in every way, and I disagree wholeheartedly with them. UC Davis rejects all forms of violence and discrimination, as they are antithetical to the values of our university. We strive to foster a climate of equity and justice built on mutual understanding and respect for all members of the community.”
May refused to say more, citing it as a confidential personnel matter.
However, it’s clear the University is taking its time when it comes to dealing with a professor who literally threatened journalists willing to do their jobs and exercise their First Amendment rights.
As of October 31, UC-Davis informed Fox News it still hadn’t completed its “investigation” into the incident.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.