The world was universally saddened by yesterday’s loss of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch and a seven-decade source of strength, duty, honor, and the beloved face of her nation.
“The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon,” a statement from the Royal Family read Thursday.
Unfortunately, as is often the case, unhinged leftists crawled out of the woodwork to celebrate her death and remind anybody unintelligent enough to listen that, in reality, the much beloved Queen was truly evil.
The New York Times, who in recent years ran an op-ed on behalf of the Taliban, published a hit piece written by Maya Jasanoff, a professor of history at Harvard within hours of Queen Elizabeth’s death.
“We should not romanticize her era,” Jasanoff argued. “The queen helped obscure a bloody history of decolonization whose proportions and legacies have yet to be adequately acknowledged.”
Any journalist can offer praise to a beloved monarch who outlasted 13 American presidents.
Only the very special ones, like the opinion writers in the NY Times, need to throw dirt on her legacy before she is even put in the ground.
— Joel M. Petlin (@Joelmpetlin) September 8, 2022
Carnegie Mellon Professor Smears Queen Elizabeth II
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Another shining example of higher education in America, Carnegie Mellon University Associate Professor of Second Language Acquisition Uju Anya tweeted that she hoped the death of Queen Elizabeth II would be “excruciating” after learning that the British monarch’s health had taken a downturn.
“I heard the chief monarch of a thieving raping genocidal empire is finally dying. May her pain be excruciating,” Anya tweeted.
The tweet was so vile that Twitter removed it.
Twitter has removed a post from a CMU professor that called the British monarchy a “thieving raping genocidal empire” on the day Queen Elizabeth II died. The removed post from professor Uju Anya said of the queen, “may her pain be excruciating.” https://t.co/TTDTDMkJyu
— Ryan Deto (@RyanDeto) September 8, 2022
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos blasted the ‘professor’ for her tone-def message.
“This is someone supposedly working to make the world better? I don’t think so. Wow,” he responded.
We can assure you, Mr. Bezos, that Anya has no desire to make the world a better place, she simply craves attention for her distorted world views.
Carnegie Mellon couldn’t have run away from the professor’s comments any faster if they tried.
“We do not condone the offensive and objectionable messages posted by Uju Anya today on her personal social media account,” a spokesman for the institution told Fox News.
Yea, but when she’s spouting off anger-driven nonsense in the lecture hall, about Queen Elizabeth or anybody else, rather than teaching world history properly, you’ll be proud to support that.
I did not have “retweeting Jeff Bezos” on my Bingo card today, but here I am.
Here is @UjuAnya‘s tweet for reference as I imagine she may soon delete it.
So much hate in this woman’s heart (if she even has one). pic.twitter.com/CLIZ0sMv9u
— Brick Suit (@Brick_Suit) September 8, 2022
Rather than gracefully retract or amend her statement, Professor Anya chose to double down on her shocking disrespect of the Queen following backlash.
The Atlantic, MSNBC, Hollywood Follow Suit
Professor Anya wasn’t the only vulture to seize upon the death of the beloved Queen Elizabeth.
Jemele Hill, a writer for The Atlantic who, like Anya, seems personally embittered by the death of the Queen, also chimed in.
“Journalists are tasked with putting legacies into full context, so it is entirely appropriate to examine the queen and her role in the devastating impact of continued colonialism,” she wrote.
Narrator: You’re not a journalist.
— Rusty 🎙️ (@rustyweiss74) September 8, 2022
The behavior of both Anya and Hill is quite the stark contrast to the grace, class, and decorum exhibited by the very woman they seek to scorn.
MSNBC guest, Shola Mos-Shogbamimu, suggested Queen Elizabeth would have had more “legitimacy” if she “vocally” led on racial justice.
“For a lot of people like me, if she had led by being vocally visible against racial injustice and inequality in Britain, and address both historical and present-day systemic racism, she would have had a lot of legitimacy and credibility in a number of nations,” the guest said in an appearance on a network with no credibility or legitimacy whatsoever.
MSNBC guest says Queen Elizabeth would have a lot more ‘legitimacy’ if she ‘vocally’ led on racial justice https://t.co/4tUVBNMQ1P
— Fox News (@FoxNews) September 9, 2022
Film director Raymond Riley also offered a glimpse into his own alternate reality and added comments about “the queen’s zombie ass” to make his point.
“The matriarch of a royal family legacy of slave-trading, imperialism, colonialism, theft, symbol of opulence and mascot for the ruling class is dead,” he said, ignoring punctuation, capitalism, and cogent thought, a hallmark of the left.
“The media will now parade the queen’s zombie ass in front of u while telling u that overthrowing capitalism is not what we need,” he added.
The matriarch of a royal family legacy of slave-trading, imperialism, colonialism, theft, symbol of opulence and mascot for the ruling class is dead
the media will now parade the queen’s zombie ass in front of u while telling u that overthrowing capitalism is not what we need
— Boots Riley (@BootsRiley) September 8, 2022
The bar for professionalism and respecting the dead has officially hit rock bottom, folks.
Do leftists ever tire of being perpetually outraged? It must truly be a sad existence.
Tucker Carlson Offers Theory On Leftists Disrespecting Queen Elizabeth
Fox News host Tucker Carlson argued that the left is attacking Queen Elizabeth because they don’t, as they would have you believe, understand history and how times change.
“The British Empire was not perfect, but it was far more humane than any other ever. It’s gone now, barely even remembered. Queen Elizabeth II was the last living link to a truly Great Britain,” Carlson said. “Today on social media, the usual ghouls celebrated her death.”
Queen Elizabeth II was the last living link to a truly Great Britain. pic.twitter.com/pvbhRCnwm0
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) September 9, 2022
“Destroy the statue, erase the memory. That’s why they’re doing it. Slander the ruler, discredit the entire period she lived in,” Carlson explained.
“And that’s exactly why they’re attacking Queen Elizabeth tonight — not because she was a bad person, she wasn’t a bad person, but because she lived during a better time.”
While it gives us no joy, we’ll continue to spotlight the rhetoric being propagated by the likes of Riley, Mos-Shogbamimu, Hill, and Anya.
The type of rhetoric that was once shouted angrily on street corners while those of sound mind rushed past trying to avoid eye contact can now be found thriving in institutions of influence, like education or the media.
‘Tis best to revert to the past and simply ignore the unintelligent drivel that slips from their mouths.
Before we go, let’s cleanse the palate a bit so to speak, as we offer this humorous story provided by Queen Elizabeth’s former bodyguard:
Former Royal protection officer Richard Griffin reminisces about a picnic he went on with the Queen at Balmoral and an encounter they had with two American tourists who did not realise they were in the company of the monarch.#PlatinumJubilee: https://t.co/orTd7551d3 pic.twitter.com/snTOgEoGu1
— Sky News (@SkyNews) June 3, 2022