A college paper fired a writer who called the DNA of white people “an abomination,” according to a Monday report.
Texas State University student journalist Rudy Martinez said that “white death will mean liberation for all” in the November column and The University Star fired him after previously retracting and apologizing for the column, reported The College Fix.
“The author of this column has jeopardized the atmosphere of inclusivity at this university and will no longer be published in The University Star,” read a correction from the paper’s editorial board.
Along with constructive criticism, the editorial board said that the paper has received death threats and “hate mail,” as well as threats to defund The University Star.
Conservative students at Texas State have started a petition to defund the publication; it has over 1,500 signatures at the time of publication. (Read more from “College Paper Fires Writer Who Called White DNA ‘an Abomination'” HERE)