REVEALED: Trans Portland Public Schools employee endorses violence against Jewish Israelis, reposts Hamas’ content

"All oppressed people have a right to violence."

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It has been revealed that a Portland Public Schools staff member has been sharing content from Hamas terrorists, endorsing extreme violence against Jewish Israelis, and using Hamas-affiliated imagery to target landlords with violence.

Jordan Mathew Cooper, alias "JC Troopa," is a radical left-leaning trans activist who has been employed by the Portland Public Schools District for the past 13 years, according to LinkedIn.

Since Hamas launched its terrorist attack against Israel on Oct. 7, Cooper has outwardly supported the Palestinian terrorist group on social media and endorsed violence against Jews in Israel. He claimed that such actions are necessary to free the "oppressed" people of the Palestinian territory.



On Oct. 21, Cooper posted a series of anti-Israel photographs to his Instagram account "j.coopatroopa" along with a caption that read: "V!olence has always been the privilege of the oppressor. There has never been a time when the oppressed regained their freedom from their oppressor through peaceful means."

An image posted by Cooper on that day reads: "all oppressed people have a right to violence."



Cooper also shared a press release from the Hamas terror group that condemned the United States, praised communist countries and the Middle East, and referred to Israel as a "Nazi occupation."

The Hamas press release shared by Cooper reads: "We strongly condemn the Biden administration's veto that hindered a resolution in the UN Security Council demanding an immediate halt to the aggression on Gaza."



"We consider the US administration to be an accomplice in the killing of our people through its political and military support for the occupation to continue its genocidal war on the Gaza strip."

"We thank the countries that voted in favor of the resolution, especially Russia, China, and the Arab group."

"We call on the international community to take serious and tangible steps to stop the Nazi occupation's massacres, which have exceeded the horror of the worst crimes committed in mordern times."

Furthermore, Cooper shared a photograph on his Instagram account that stated "All Landlords." Above the writing was the shape of an upside-down red triangle, which was a symbol used by Hamas terrorists during its Oct. 7 attack on Israel.



Jordan Mathew Cooper, who identifies as transgender and uses they/them pronouns, is among one of many employees within Portland Public Schools who have extreme left views.

According to a biography written about Cooper that has been featured on an Instagram page that raises "transgender awareness" in the Portland community, the PPS employee is a "white, non-binary queer, practicing abolitionist, and educator."



Cooper spends his daily life "unlearning internalized white supremacy and building an abolitionist praxis that is rooted in the liberation of black people (all people)."

Cooper's "praxis" focuses on "wealth and resource distribution and building communities of care." The bio adds that he often "facilitates the redistribution of white wealth, resources, and labor to people of the global majority (primarily black, brown, and indigenous people) and black-owned organizations and businesses both in-person and on social media."

Furthermore, Cooper's mission is "to grow alongside other white people and to build abolitionist communities that are ready to take action," according to the bio.




The Post Millennial reached out to Portland Public Schools and Jordan Cooper for comment.
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Dean

Just another mental-defective freak of nature. Nothing to see here, move along.

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