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Syracuse asst. professor ‘really disturbed’ watching ‘white pundits’ still talking about 9/11 after 20 years

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As the nation solemnly marked the 20th anniversary of the most devastating terrorist attacks ever carried out on American soil, the depraved left devoted their time to flooding the zone with outlandish takes to put a racial spin on the day when nearly 3,000 innocent people were murdered by the followers of evil mastermind Osama bin Laden.

One of those who took to Twitter to offer her opinion that 9/11 was really an attack on what she refers to as “heteropatriarchal capitalistic systems” that “white Americans fight to protect,” was Jenn M. Jackson, an ultra-woke assistant professor at Syracuse University who took exception to the remembrance of that terrible day.

Jackson, whose website bio identifies her as a “queer genderflux androgynous Black woman” as well as an “abolitionist” and “a lover of all Black people,” was triggered by MSNBC’s coverage where former Bush and Obama administration officials gave their perspective on how the 9/11 attacks changed America.

“It’s twenty years since 9/11 and I’m still really disturbed by how many white pundits and correspondents talk about it,” Jackson tweeted.

According to an archived record of Jackson’s now-protected tweets, she stated, “I’m watching Andy Card and  Jeh Johnson on MSNBC. Card just said that 9/11 was the first time that Americans ever felt fear. He said that it was the last morning we woke up without fear and that the ‘terrorists’ succeeded in introducing us to fear.”

She also threw down the race card.

“White Americans might not have really felt true fear before 9/11 because they never felt what it meant to be accessible, vulnerable, and on the receiving side of military violence at home. But, white Americans’ experiences are not a stand-in for ‘America,'” she tweeted. “Plenty of us Americans know what it’s like to experience fear and we knew before 9/11. For a lot of us, we know fear *because* of other Americans.”

“We have to be more honest about what 9/11 was and what it wasn’t,” she added. “It was an attack on the heteropatriarchal capitalistic systems that America relies upon to wrangle other countries into passivity. It was an attack on the systems many white Americans fight to protect. We have to be clear that the same motivations that animated America’s hypervigilance and responsiveness to ‘terror’ after 9/11 are now motivating the carceral state and anti-immigration policy.”

Jackson, who is also a contributor for “Teen Vogue,” a magazine that dispenses raunchy sex tips to young girls while grooming them to be Democrat activists, took heavy fire on Twitter.

The reaction to her seizing of  9/11 to promote an obvious antipathy for white people as well as what appeared to be justification for the attacks led to Jackson locking down her Twitter account, if she was as smart as her Ph.D. credentials would seem to indicate, she would delete it entirely

Jackson’s beliefs are widely represented on the nation’s college campuses where professors whose hatred of America has much in common with sentiments of the suicidal fanatics who flew jetliners into the World Trade Center and Pentagon, and it is only now that many are waking up to the damage that they have inflicted on impressionable young minds.

Chris Donaldson

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