Professor Wishes ‘Excruciating’ Death on Queen Elizabeth II

A professor took to Twitter to call Queen Elizabeth a “wretched woman” and wish for her pain to be “excruciating” following the news of the queen suffering from poor health shortly before her death on Thursday morning.

Responding to the news prior to the queen’s death, Carnegie Mellon University professor Uju Anya attacked Queen Elizabeth II in several tweets.

“I heard the chief monarch of a thieving raping genocidal empire is finally dying. May her pain be excruciating,” the professor tweeted on Thursday morning. She later deleted the tweet following significant backlash.

In a follow-up tweet, which was not deleted, Anya stated: “That wretched woman and her bloodthirsty throne have f—d generations of my ancestors on both sides of the family, and she supervised a government that sponsored the genocide my parents and siblings survived.”

“May she die in agony,” the professor added.

One Twitter user responded to her vile tweet, writing: “Why are you wishing our one and only queen Elizabeth dead?”

“I’m not wishing her dead,” Anya replied. “She’s dying already. I’m wishing her an agonizingly painful death like the one she caused for millions of people.”

“This kind of post is not expected from a person of your level. This is not what you say even to your worst enemy,” another Twitter user chastised.

The professor responded by attacking the person for daring to call her out, writing: “F— you and your deference to genocidal colonizers.”

That tweet was later removed for violating Twitter’s rules.

Just a few hours after Anya’s initial tweets were sent out, the official Twitter account for the Royal Family announced that the queen had passed away at the age of 96.

Following the news of the death of Queen Elizabeth II, the professor once again took to Twitter to attack her — reiterating that she will not be expressing “anything but disdain” for Britain’s beloved monarch.

“If anyone expects me to express anything but disdain for the monarch who supervised a government that sponsored the genocide that massacred and displaced half my family and the consequences of which those alive today are still trying to overcome, you can keep wishing upon a star,” Anya wrote.

Carnegie Mellon University responded to a request for comment from Breitbart News, writing: “We do not condone the offensive and objectionable messages posted by Uju Anya today on her personal social media account. Free expression is core to the mission of higher education, however, the views she shared absolutely do not represent the values of the institution, nor the standards of discourse we seek to foster.”

Unlike Anya, many people were mourning the queen’s loss and celebrating her life’s accomplishments on Thursday, even Americans.