“This hate-filled and dangerous speech has been brought to you by @CUNY and paid for by New York taxpayers”
Has everyone had just about enough of this garbage? It’s so tiresome.
The New York Post reports:
Outraged critics rip CUNY law grad’s ‘hate-filled’ commencement speech, demand billions in tax dollars be stripped
Outraged critics are demanding CUNY’s billions of dollars in taxpayer funding be stripped away after a law grad delivered a “hate-filled and dangerous’’ commencement address ripping NYPD “fascists” and Israel.
In her vitriolic May 12 graduation speech at the public City University of New York’s law school, newly minted grad Fatima Mousa Mohammed called for a “revolution” to take on the legal system’s “white supremacy’’ while blasting city cops and the US military and claiming Israel carries out “indiscriminate” murder.
“This hate-filled and dangerous speech has been brought to you by @CUNY and paid for by New York taxpayers,” tweeted Simcha Eichenstein, a Democratic state assemblyman representing Brooklyn. “Keep this in mind next time our elected leaders highlight their commitment to fighting antisemitism.”
Congressman Ritchie Torres (D-NY) said, “Imagine being so crazed by hatred for Israel as a Jewish State that you make it the subject of your commencement speech at a law school graduation…
She also called the US legal system “a manifestation of white supremacy that continues to oppress and suppress people in this nation and around the world.”
CUNY Law School commencement speaker Fatima Mousa Mohammed:
Laws are “white supremacy” and America has a “ravenous appetite for destruction and violence”
Thunderous applause from the crowd pic.twitter.com/9nLXtIk7bi
— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) May 29, 2023
Raging antisemitism has fully consumed the City University of New York. Until the administration is overhauled and all Jewish students and faculty are welcome again, taxpayer funding must be immediately halted.
— Lee Zeldin (@LeeMZeldin) May 28, 2023
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