'I Have No Sympathy': Brandeis University Student's Tweets On NYPD Deaths Cause Controversy

| by Dominic Kelly
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A student at Brandeis University is in hot water for tweets she sent out following news that two NYPD officers were fatally shot at point blank range in retaliation for the death of Eric Garner.

According to TruthRevolt, Khadijah Lynch, a junior at Brandeis and an Undergraduate Department Representative in the African and Afro-American Studies department, sent out a series of tweets that made clear her beliefs that the cold-blooded murders of Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos were warranted.

“I have no sympathy for the nypd officers who were murdered today,” Lynch wrote on Twitter the day of the gruesome murders.

The following day, Lynch sent out a follow-up tweet essentially saying the same thing she did the day prior.

“lmao, all i just really dont have sympathy for the cops who were shot. i hate this racist f**king country,” Lynch tweeted.

Lynch’s views have shocked and appalled many, but her reaction to this latest piece of news isn’t exactly surprising when looking at her past tweets on similar subjects.

“The fact that black people have not burned this country down is beyond me,” Lynch tweeted on November 25.

“Amerikkka needs an intifada. enough is enough,” Lynch tweeted on December 21.

Lynch’s Twitter account has been public through all of these tweets, but since her most recent ones were picked up by the media, her account is now private.

According to 2Paragraphs, there are now calls for the President of Brandeis to kick her out of school.

Sources: TruthRevolt, The Gateway Pundit2Paragraphs / Photo Sources: TruthRevolt, The Gateway Pundit