Randa Jarrar, the Fresno State professor who said she was glad the with (Barbara Bush) is dead may be about to cost the university she works for (Fresno State) many of it’s donors as well as student recruits. Let’s face it, Barbara Bush is the least controversial First lady possibly in history. She was not one to hand out dubious quotes and was considered by many to be “America’s Grandmother.” Jarrar on the other hand has proven herself to be a hateful liberal stooge. Now, the university is facing a shortage of donations as donors, protesting Jarrar have closed their wallets not only in donations but also by deciding that Fresno State is not the place they want their children going to.
“Barbara Bush was a generous and smart and amazing racist who, along with her husband, raised a war criminal. F*** outta here with your nice words. I’m happy the witch is dead. Can’t wait for the rest of her family to fall to their demise the way 1.5 million Iraqis have.”
Ed Dunkel Jr., who made sizable financial contributions to Fresno State, said he will await the outcome of the controversy before deciding whether to close his checkbook.
“I have a lot of friends that I’ve been talking to, and these are people who donate now and talking about holding back, and some are even questioning whether to send their kids to Fresno State,” Dunkel told the Fresno Bee.
“I admire and have a lot of respect for President Castro and huge affection for Fresno State,” Dunkel said. “But I have huge concerns. This represents such an embarrassment to the university and the community. It’s hard to believe this is an isolated thing that just happened. I have to imagine people previously knew of this person’s character and what she’s about.”
Jarrar has picked up support from far left entities such as the ACLU and her fellow professors citing her free speech rights which is funny when you consider how hard they work at stifling conservative speech and saying that hate speech is not protected by the 1st Amendment.