It’s never more clear when someone is completely lost than when someone celebrates the death of a human simply because they differed in political views.
Former First Lady Barbara Bush passed away at the age of 92 last night, and with her grace and charm was beloved by virtually all who knew her and even among those who only knew of her.
But that didn’t stop college professor Randa Jarrar from letting the world know she’s a hateful person with no sense of decency whatsoever. After hearing the news that Bush had died, she took to Twitter to slander her as a racist who raised a “war criminal” for a son. “F*** outta here with your nice words.
Unsurprisingly, her disgusting remarks received heavy criticism. Instead of causing regret and remorse for such a callous response, the professor doubled down on the hate:
Anytime someone revels in the death of any human it should call into question their mental stability. Seeing someone hurting, grieving, or sad should never bring joy to our hearts. It should grieve us as well – to think that this is a person people are paying their children to be ‘educated’ by is deeply troubling. Political views aside, these are the attributes of a deeply disturbed, emotionally unstable person who should be seeking treatment for their deep-seeded hatred and bitterness, not the ‘tweet’ button.
She continued with the hate-filled remarks, concluding that she’s “happy the witch is dead” and “can’t wait” for the rest of the Bush family to die as well.
She then bragged about being tenured and earning a six-figure salary.
Since the controversial remarks, her Twitter account has been made private, and her status claims she’s “currently on leave from Fresno State.”
Pray for this woman’s lost soul. That she may find empathy in the midst of disagreement, that she may find the help she needs, and ultimately conquer the hate in her heart through the saving grace of Jesus.
(h/t IJR )