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Former Deadspin Writer Wants Conservative College Students Killed

Fox News exposed the horrific sentiments that far left media professionals have toward young Conservatives in a short clip that pulls in conservative activist Charlie Kirk.

Following Twitter remarks made by Kirk made about college students suffering a backlash from liberal professors they don’t agree with politically, a radical left Deadspin contributor exposed his vile feelings.

Not only did the liberal writer and former Deadspin contributor Jesse Farrar agree that Conservative students should have the grades lowered based on political ideology, he took things beyond human decency in his Twitter response.

Farrar posted that professors should punish conservative students by holding their “heads under water until they stop breathing.” In classic liberal cowardice, Farrar quickly deleted the post. However, Fox News was able to retain a copy of the hateful Tweet and take Farrar to task.

Kirk, founder of the conservative organization Turning Point USA, provides illuminating points about the controversial Tweet and subsequent conversations. Kirk says that Farrar stood by the idea of murdering young Conservatives and a Deadspin deputy editor remarked that killing young Conservatives “would make the world a better place.”

As deranged as the ideas and liberal advocacy for mass murder of young people may be, the clarity provided by this Fox news clip is worth a few minutes of your time.

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