Via TTN:

In the days following the 20th memorial of the 9/11 terror attacks a professor at Syracuse University tweeted an extremely unpopular view on the tragic day that claimed the lives of over 3,000 Americans. Jenn M. Jackson tweeted that she was “disturbed” that so many white pundits still discuss the events of 9/11 and then claimed that it was actually an attack on America’s “heteropatriarchal capitalistic systems.”

According to reports from Fox News:

One of those she singled out was Andy Card, former President George W. Bush‘s chief of staff, who first told the commander in chief that America was under attack.

“It’s twenty years since 9/11 and I’m still really disturbed by how many white pundits and correspondents talk about it,” Jackson, who is also a contributor at Teen Vogue, according to her Twitter bio, tweeted. “I’m watching Andy Card and [Former Homeland Security Secretary] Jeh Johnson on MSNBC. Card just said that 9/11 was the first time that Americans ever felt fear. He said that it was the last morning we woke up without fear and that the ‘terrorists’ succeeded in introducing us to fear.”

Jackson followed up by tweeting that the 9/11 terror attacks were an assault on America’s “heteropatriarchal capitalistic systems.”

“We have to be more honest about what 9/11 was and what it wasn’t,” Jackson said. “It was an attack on the heteropatriarchal capitalistic systems that America relies upon to wrangle other countries into passivity. It was an attack on the systems many white Americans fight to protect. We have to be clear that the same motivations that animated America’s hypervigilance and responsiveness to ‘terror’ after 9/11 are now motivating the carceral state and anti-immigration policy.”

This isn’t the first time Jackson has shared unpopular and misguided views on her Twitter which is now private. According to reports from Fox News Jackson has also tweeted her support for China and criticism of Capitalism in the past.

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
7 Comments
Oldest
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
John Parak
John Parak
9 days ago

TO BAD JACKSON WAS NOT IN ONE THOES BUILDINGS!!!!

Gerald Unger
Gerald Unger
9 days ago

Some professor, lady its simple. One we were attacked because of common values which we held as a nation that this group of Muslims found offensive. 2. Its about Money, power and control. Obviously this individual has never had to take an oath where she put her life on the line for someone else, except maybe for the affirmative action grant she got to go to school. If she finds the U.S. so reprehensible, leave there are flights leaving every day. God help her students,

graceythecat
8 days ago

This Donleyhole is not locked up to where she has to stay IN THIS COUNTRY, SO SHE SHOULD FIND A COUNTRY SHE LIKES AND WILL SUPPORT!
AMERICA, LOVE IT OR GET THE HELL OUT!
I AM SURE SHE WOULD LIKE NORTH KOREA, VIETMAM, AFGHANISTAN, OR EVEN CHINA A WHOLE LOT BETTER!

George Lukens
George Lukens
8 days ago

Jenn, stop with the garble that you speak. It gives us a headache. Your mega syllable words give people a good laugh. Real education is not what you say. It’s how you act.

Scott Fowler
8 days ago

“Why” are you a professor? “Why” does the public pay you a dime to spew your liberal whining?

John Baughman
John Baughman
8 days ago

When one has ears tuned to a subject, to prove an unnecessary already decided point, then that one multiplies by a factor of ‘DUH’ , and her name is Jenn! Jenn go back to sleep and leave the rest of us normal alone!

Dan
Dan
8 days ago

I’m DISTURB that you are THAT DISTURBED AND ALLEGEDLY TEACHING!
YOU LIBERAL ARE A SICK BUMCH OF ANTI-CHRISTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!