Radical leader makes horrific anti-American statements that called for death and war

The Left hates America and they have proved that many times. But now, they have crossed a violent and dangerous line.

And a Radical leftist leader has made horrific anti-America statements and called for death and war.

Khymani James, one of the most outspoken student activists spearheading Columbia University’s anti-Israel Gaza Solidarity Encampment, publicly declared in a January live-stream of an official university inquiry that “Zionists don’t deserve to live.”

Live-streaming his appointment with Columbia’s Center for Student Success and Intervention, James—who claims in the hearing that he uses the pronouns “he/she/they”—doubled down on an Instagram post that prompted the investigation.

At the beginning of the meeting, James read aloud from the report, warning Zionists that he “fights to kill” and that they might want to “meet up and fight.”

A Columbia employee asked James during the hearing, “Do you see why that’s problematic in any way?” to which he replied “No.”

James, a junior, has been the outward face of the demonstrations that have drawn attention from across the country as the spokesperson for the Columbia University Apartheid Divestment group.

He was a major organizer of the encampment and seems to still be a student at the institution.

During a press conference on Wednesday, he was among the students who asserted that the school had acknowledged it would not be calling the police to the camp.

James defended his opinion that all Zionists should perish in the social media video he shared of his January encounter with school administrators.

James said, “I feel very comfortable, very comfortable, calling for those people to die. And with that being said, Khymani is signed out.”

James said that he “carries that tool” and that he is “moving like I’m in an open carry state” in another post on his publicly accessible social media profile.

James responded that sometimes it is essential to murder people when asked about the seriousness of taking someone’s life.

He said, “I think that taking someone’s life in certain case scenarios is necessary and better for the overall world. I personally have never killed anyone.”

According to James, killing Zionists is akin to killing Hitler or the Haitian rebels who had to “kill their masters in order to gain their independence.”

James said, “These were masters who were white supremacists. What is a Zionist? A white supremacist. So let’s be very clear here, I’m not saying that I’m going to go out and start killing Zionists. What I am saying is that if an individual who identifies as a Zionist threatens my physical safety in person, i.e., puts their hands on me, I am going to defend myself and in that case scenario, it may come to a point where I don’t know when to stop.”

A Columbia employee asked James “I understand what you are saying. What resources do you think you have to make sure that you feel protected as a student here?”

James replied, “My hands and my brains are my resources,” and then later called the meeting “institutional violence.”

At one point during a break in the meeting, James looked at the camera and called the meeting a “joke.”

He was informed he would hear from their office once more when the staff members came back from their break.

What came out of the procedure is unknown. A Columbia University spokesman suggested that there might have been “disciplinary measures” for his behavior after this story’s publication.

The spokesperson said, “While we do not comment on individual cases when there are violations of student conduct policies, they are reviewed and disciplinary measures are applied.”

We cannot tolerate this hatred any longer.

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