The fact that, in the 21st Century, a professor at a prestigious university could celebrate the killing of a 15-year-old child as a “revolutionary moment” is beyond baffling.

But that’s exactly what Professor Jessica Krug did at an academic conference held by Columbia University.

You may ask who Krug is, but who she is may not be as important as what she is: a woman who has faked her racial identity for decades in order to climb up the ranks in academia.

See, Krug is a white, Jewish woman from Kansas City, Missouri, but for decades, she pretended to be a black woman—and while maintaining that lie, she became a prominent professor of African Studies at George Washington University.

Like Rachel Dolezal (the white woman who faked being black and eventually became a chapter president of the NACCP), Krug used color to get ahead in her field.

Even though she may sympathize with the struggle of people of color, she truly isn’t black—not in the slightest. So, by Leftist standards, her ideas on race and how things should be is nothing than white privilege at work. But despite Krug’s entire career of dishonesty and “cultural appropriation,” the story is being completely glossed over by the Left. Her lies have been fully exposed and she’s resigned from her position, but the blowback is nothing close to what we’ve come to expect from the Leftist mob.

Honestly, how the Left gives these people a free pass is beyond belief. If this woman were doing the same thing but also happened to be a conservative, she’d be torn apart instantly—maybe even literally!

But that’s how they operate: “rules for thee, but not for me.”

What Makes Krug A Truly Disgusting Person

However, as disgusting as Krug is for faking her race, she’s done something that’s even more disgusting…

And it may cost her big:  her tenure at George Washington University.

What’d she say?

While at the Columbia University conference, Krug explained that the 2018 murder of 15-year-old Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz at the hands of machete-wielding thugs was a “revolutionary moment” because he wanted to be a cop when he grew up.

You may remember the murder, as it was caught on CCTV cameras outside a Bronx bodega. In a case of mistaken identity, Guzman-Feliz was hacked to death when a Dominican gang misidentified him as a rival gang member.

It was a tragedy and made the rounds on the national news…

But as tragic as the murder of this child was, Krug sees it differently. She’s taken to calling Guzman-Feliz a “collaborator” who worked against his community because he was a part of the Police Explorers, which is a program designed to get kids into law enforcement early.

Basically, she’s saying it was a GOOD thing that this child got hacked to death by gang members simply because he was going to become a cop.

Like I said, it’s disgusting.

Krug told the crowd, “… The part of the story that gets emphasized in different ways is that he was an Explorer, right, which is a program that the NYPD has to bring youth in to eventually work for them.”

Not too bad, simply stating the facts.

Justifying MURDER: Why Krug Should Lose Her Job

But Krug continued, “When I think about this politics of silence that I’m talking about in the archives and about how silence can be a really radical presence historically, I think it’s a radical presence today when people talk about snitches get stitches or when we think about a history of the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa and ‘necklacing’.”

Here, she’s comparing the situation with Guzman-Feliz to people that worked with Apartheid leaders to snitch on their fellow citizens who opposed government oppression. These government collaborators were often killed by having a tire full of gasoline placed around their heads and lit on fire—and Krug is saying what happened to the 15-year-old is the exact same thing.

“That kind of violence against people who are collaborating or working against their communities we have to consider a radical moment in 2018 in which people are using machetes to hack apart a 15-year-old boy who’s working with the police.”

Except those gang members didn’t know that the boy was working with the police.

They just thought he was a rival gang member.

“The way the story about his innocence and the inherent violence about the people who hacked him apart become the narrative we tell, about how the loss of innocence is the story we mourn, and it’s so much more difficult to understand what kind of freedom could we achieve by being willing to confront those within the community who are working against the interests of the community as a whole at the end of a machete.”

Are you serious?

The worst part of all of this is that she was met with raucous applause from the audience.

She’s actually CELEBRATING this child’s death and she got cheered for it.

Luckily, there are some smart people at George Washington University, and between the race-faking and the disgusting comments, Krug will not be teaching this fall.

We don’t know which of these factors lead to her resignation, or even if that resignation was forced or purely voluntary, but we do know that she’s on her way out.

We don’t need radicals like this teaching our children…

We need peacekeepers, not peacemakers – and if Krug got her way, more law-abiding citizens would meet their ends at the point of a machete.

Welcome to 21st Century America…

Welcome to the Thunderdome.

 

“Violence is the last refuge of the incompetent.” – Isaac Asimov