Thompson, an OSU employee, is the assistant director of residence life. She had applied for the assistant director of residence death, but was overqualified.
A petition to fire this idiot has already gained 1,250 signatures.
It all began when Thompson posted on her personal FB page: "Abdul Razak Ali Artan was a BUCKEYE, a member of our family. If you think it is okay to celebrate his death and/or share a photo of his dead body and I see it in my timeline I will unfriend you. I pray you find compassion for his life, as troubled as it clearly was. Think of the pain he must have been in to feel his actions were the only solution. We must come together in this time of tragedy."
Thompson was also quite upset over recent police ambushes across the nation and has posted her concerns on her FB page--oh wait, no she didn't.
Thompson also hashtagged #SayHisName on FB, which the group uses to commemorate people of color who are killed by police, even if they are the ones who are armed and attacking police first.
The racist Thompson asker her friends on FB not to share the post, but what do you know, they did, and it spread like hot peanut butter on toast.
She could not be reached for comment but has since deleted the post, "Hillary style," and has gone silent on social media.
Many on the OSU campus are enraged at her comment and want her gone, perhaps to Somalia where they would welcome her.
"Stephanie Clemons Thompson used Facebook as a public platform to shame those who were grateful and relieved the terrorist was taken out so quickly, preventing even more unthinkable terror and destruction in his wake," the petition says. "Because this man was taken out so quickly his goal of murder was foiled and his victims will live on."
The petition also takes issue with the Black Lives Matter hashtag because it "only further promotes the violent and racially divided rhetoric being flooded by our media."
OSU spokesman, Ben Johnson, didn't comment on whether the racist Thompson will be disciplined or fired, but hey, it's a school and probably liberal, so they'll give her a medal.
"This post from this individual clearly is not an official statement of the university and represents her own personal viewpoint," Johnson told Heat Street, without adding: "but it comes close."