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Beth Younger, an associate English professor at Drake University, harbors some real hatred toward Republicans, men and Sen. Joni Ernst.

Younger has really gone off the rails on her Twitter page, which she has since locked down.

But, prior to locking down her hate-filled social media bunker, screenshots were taken.

And they reveal a truly disturbing image of a woman tasked with helping mold some of our brightest young minds.

Unfortunately, Younger seems to be molding them from a place of incredible darkness.

On Oct. 26, 2020, Younger tweeted:

“I was just pondering how much hatred I feel towards all the Republican assholes. They need to suffer.”

With messages like this, I wonder how prospective students who may be Republican feel:

Younger also doesn’t like men. She summed up her feelings on men in three words:

“Men are trash.”

As for U.S. Senator Josh Hawley, who led the charge against the Electoral College results a couple of weeks ago, Younger simply tweeted:

“Fu*k off you piece of sh*t.”

She had a similar message for Charlie Kirk, who defended Hawley:

“Fu*k off Charlie. Your party is the party of sedition. The party of lies.”

Younger also said that Secretary Mike Pompeo is a “fuc*ing moron and a traitor.”

Younger has also targeted “anti-maskers.”

“Why are anti-maskers so stupid.”

Hawley, Kirk and Pompeo don’t have to feel bad. Younger seemingly has a similar message for every Republican:

She even went so far as to ask why there isn’t a “Nazi puncher” around when someone really needs one.

And what kind of professor of higher education would she be if she didn’t hit the Trump family with some insults:

Author: Jacob Hall