Cassandra Aline Jones: Prof calls White people 'demonic monsters' in racist tirade

Cassandra Aline Jones is an Adjunct Professor at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary-Charlotte and an Associate Professor at Rockbridge Seminary


                            Cassandra Aline Jones: Prof calls White people 'demonic monsters' in racist tirade
Cassandra Aline Jones, an Associate Professor at Rockbridge Seminary, went on an anti-White tirade on social media (Twitter/@cassiealine)
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A professor sparked backlash after launching a racist tirade against white people while responding to a video posted by a prominent conservative pundit.

Cassandra Aline Jones, who reportedly serves as an Adjunct Professor at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary-Charlotte and an Associate Professor at Rockbridge Seminary, wrote that white people are the “largest percentage of DEMONIC MONSTERS in this country" while responding to a video posted by right-wing firebrand Candace Owens about intraracial crime on Wednesday, December 1.

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MEAWW previously reported how Rutgers professor Brittney Cooper faced calls to be fired after she went on an anti-White tirade.

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"Her statements about Blacks are not facts. White on White crime exceeds any other crime in this country," Jones wrote in the comments section. "They are still the largest percentage of DEMONIC MONSTERS in this country. No group of people compares to the hatred, evil, and demons more than white people. They carry their guns, Bibles, confederate flags and pray to God with hatred for everyone who is not like them," she continued. "This woman does not know a statistic nor does she understand statistical research," she alleged, referring to Owens, while adding, "As a Ph.D. and professor, I certainly do.”

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Despite her credentials, Jones' claims aren't reflected in the Bureau of Justice Statistics, which shows that the offender is the same race as the victim in the majority of violent crimes. A national survey in 2018 found that criminal offenders were of the same race as their victim in 70 percent of the cases for Blacks and 62 percent for Whites. In another highly-cited City Journal article, author Heather MacDonald noted that “drive-by shootings" were happening "virtually exclusively in African-American neighborhoods, taking a toll on black children that would be inconceivable if white children were involved." She continued, "If dozens of white children had been murdered over the summer, it would be a national scandal, accompanied by demands for radical protection measures. Likewise, if even a handful of black children had been killed by whites, the uproar over white supremacy would dwarf anything seen to date." 

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The Gateway Pundit reported how Jones was "perhaps even more radical over on Twitter," where she has apparently painted conservatives and Republicans and as “enemies of the state” and called for congressional leaders she dislikes to be removed from office.

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In one deleted tweet, she urged her followers to sign a petition calling for Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene to be ousted from Congress. "There is no place in Congress for Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, who most recently made an abhorrent comment comparing the mask mandate in the U.S House to the Nazi extermination program of Jewish people during the Holocaust," the petition reads. "There is no place in Congress for her racism, Islamophobia, antisemitism, conspiracy theories, and attacks against survivors of gun violence. There is no place in any workplace, much less the halls of Congress, for those who harass, intimidate, and spew hate at their colleagues."

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Social media was inundated with calls to fire the professor following her anti-White tirade.

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"It's Saturday, Dec 4, and today's POS is... Cassandra Jones," one tweeted.

"Fire her immediately," a comment read.

"Why would you employ a blatant racist like Professor Cassandra Aline Jones," another tweeted to Rockbridge Seminary, adding, "The hatred she is spewing is so vile and will serve to incite hatred and violence towards whites She should be fired immediately."

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