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Piers Morgan Argues With Professor Over Comments About Queen Elizabeth: 'Cowardly Disgrace'

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Piers Morgan and a college professor went back and forth on Twitter over her comments about the late Queen Elizabeth II.

Earlier this month, Morgan reacted to Carnegie Mellon professor Uju Anya’s reaction to the Queen’s death.

“I heard the chief monarch of a thieving raping genocidal empire is finally dying,” Anya previously tweeted. “May her pain be excruciating.”

Morgan replied, saying, “You vile disgusting moron.”

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Anya later responded, “Piers Morgan calling me ‘vile, disgusting moron’ while his producer calling me for interview. Tufiakwa.”

Morgan proceeded to tell Anya he definitely wants to “interview you. I’d like you to try repeating to my face that you hoped the Queen died in ‘excruciating pain.’ But I suspect like most vile ‘woke’ trolls, you won’t have the guts. Do you?”

Anya suggested Morgan wants to interview her “because your career died in excruciating pain, and you need the ratings. But I won’t let you chase clout off me. Like I said, I no dey put food for my enemy mouth.”

The argument did not stop there.

“So like I thought, you don’t have the guts to repeat your disgusting slurs about the Queen to someone who would hold you to account for them. You’re not just a disgrace but a cowardly disgrace,” Morgan tweeted.

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During an episode on the “This Week in White Supremacy” podcast this week, Anya defended her comments about the Queen.

“I said what I f—ing said,” Anya said.

She explained, “It went deep into pain and trauma for me due to my family experience with the rule of this monarch.”

Fox News noted Anya’s tweet was taken down for violating Twitter’s rules.

“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 later tweeted.

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