April 27, 2024

Columbia Bans Student Protest Leader Who Said 'Zionists Don't Deserve To Live'

Columbia University has banned a one of their student protest organizers, and AOC and the rest of the ultra-left "Squad" are going to be FURIOUS.

Just like them, the student HATES Israel.

Earlier this week, it came out that Khymani James, a 20-year-old pro-Palestine student protest organizer, had been banned from the campus of Columbia University because he has made violent threats toward Zionists.

"Zionists don’t deserve to live," James said in a video recording. "Be grateful that I’m not just going out and murdering Zionists."

The university responded by putting a spokesman in front of a microphone who said that "I want to make clear that calls of violence and statements targeted at individuals based on their religious, ethnic or national identity are unacceptable and violate university policy."

James has said that he's "frustrated" his words "have become a distraction from the movement of Palestine liberation."

"I also want people to have more context for my words, which I regret," James posted in a follow-up statement.

He then tried to distract from his own racism by claiming that the retaliation against him was not deserved, but simply an attack on the fact that he is "visibly black and Queer."

"Far right agitators went through months of my social media feed until they found a clip that they edited without context. When I recorded it, I had been unusually upset after an online mob targeted me because I am visibly black and Queer," he said.

"Zionists in my DMs wanting to meet up and fight," James had posted on social media, adding:

I don’t fight to injure or for there to be a winner or loser. I fight to kill. See y’all in New York in January 2024.

Not even AOC and the rest of the Squad can defend vile comments like these.

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