WHAT?! OSU Diversity Officer Apologizes For Terrorist In Facebook Post, Urges Sympathy

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Are liberals insane, oblivious, delusional, or just plain evil?

Yes.

As we’re all aware, there was a terror attack at Ohio State University yesterday, when a Somali refugee attempted to run students over, then went around stabbing students. Luckily, no one was killed as a result of their injuries.

Liberals couldn’t settle on a narrative following the aftermath. First we were lectured about how gun control would’ve prevented this (because initial reports claimed it was a shooting), but that narrative collapsed pretty quickly.

The craziest response to the attack however came from someone who worked at OSU, surprisingly. She practically said that we should feel sorry for the terrorist. Would you believe that she’s a diversity officer and a major support of Black Lives Matter. Because of course she is.

As the Daily Caller reported:

Ohio State University Assistant Director of Residence Life Stephanie Clemons Thompson may have urged sympathy for suspected Monday attacker Abdul Razak Ali Artan in a Facebook post.

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Clemons apparently repeated urging for her friends not to share the Facebook post, suggesting she was aware of the controversial nature of her language.
Before the attack, Artan reportedly posted on Facebook, “I can’t take it anymore. America! Stop interfering with other countries, especially the Muslim Ummah. We are not weak. We are not weak, remember that,” according to ABCNews. “We will not let you sleep unless you give peace to the Muslims,” he declared.
It’s ironic that someone in Black Lives Matter, a group that claims to oppose racism, would be so quick to make this a racial issue, even going as far as to include the Black Lives Matter hashtag in her post, as if this terrorist was a victim of police brutality. This is the epitome of judging someone by the color of their skin, and literally nothing else.
If it was her head that the terrorist attempted to cut off, do you think she’d change her tune? I’d hope so.