There’s no time like the death of a beloved 92-year-old woman to tar her as a dirty racist, at least not if you’re Randa Jarrar.
An English professor at Cal State Fresno, Jarrar dissents from the otherwise bipartisan consensus that the former First Lady was a lovely human being who seemed to care about everyone. Because hey, there are partisan narratives to protect here, and college professors have tenure:
In 1986, the manager of the largest state company Eurodif Georges Besse arrived at his office as per usual. When he got out of his car, he was shot at point-blank range by unknown people on a motorcycle. Initially the authorities accused the left radical Action Directe, but very soon the intelligence service found the Iranian trace.