Last week we laid Barbara Bush to rest, It was a sad time for most as we lost such a strong woman.
Except for A Fresno State University professor who was seen on twitter bashing Mrs.Bush and her life.
Many took up against her calling for some type punishment for her actions. Unfortunately, the college president has decided to protect her.
In an official statement A Fresno State University professor who celebrated the death of Barbara Bush in a profanity-laced rant on Twitter will not be disciplined, the university's president said in a statement late Tuesday.
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Joseph Castro said that English instructor Randa Jarrar's comments about the late first lady were “insensitive, inappropriate and an embarrassment to the university,” but “are protected free speech under the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.”
Our actions have consequences And this double standard has to stop.
In any other circumstance, this “teacher” would have been publicly roasted.
And while her words are protected we must remember that certain times or words can cause real trouble.
Saying these things as an educator of our children puts her in a different category, and she needs to understand her responsibilities.
Let us know what you think below.
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