Jemma Decristo, a far-left trans assistant professor of American Studies at UC Davis, wrote on X just days after Palestine's Hamas slaughtered more than 1,400 men, women, and children in Israel: "One group of people we have easy access to in the US is all these zionist journalists who spread propaganda & misinformation. They have houses with addresses, kids in school. They can fear their bosses, but they should fear us more."
Decristo's threat was followed up with emoji's that included a knife, and axe, and blood droplets.
According to Descristo's bio on X, whose account was created under the username @jemmaisOKeh, the UC Davis professor self-identifies as a "black anarchist."
In addition to violent threats against journalists and their children, Decristo posted support for the violent attacks on United States Embassies in the Middle East. Riots were seen outside the US Embassies in Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, and Egypt on Tuesday night following false reports that the Israel Defense Force (IDF) had bombed a hospital in Gaza. It was revealed later that this was not the case.
In support of the attacks on the US Embassies, and while responding to a large gathering of Hezbollah supporters outside the embassy in Beirut, Decristo wrote on X: "Fire to the US embassy. US out of everywhere. US GO HOME. US GO HOME."
Academics in higher education have been at the forefront of anti-Israel and anti-Semitic propaganda since Hamas terrorists attacked Israel on October 7 in the most heinous act of terror Israel has seen since 1973.
Mika Tosca, a transgender associate professor at the School of Arts Institute of Chicago (SAIC), wrote a screed against Israelis on Tuesday, dehumanizing them as "pigs" and "irredeemable excrement."
Ivy League University students from Harvard and Columbia have had their job offers revoked from prestigious law firms after their pro-Palestinian student organizations pledged support for Hamas in a letter, and blamed Israel for the attacks on their own civilians.
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