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Trinity College's Johnny Eric Williams posted the hashtag "LetThem[expletive]Die" below an emotional message on Facebook directed at white people.

On his now-locked account he wrote, "It is past time for the racially oppressed to do what people who believe themselves to be 'white' will not do - put end to the vectors of their destructive mythology of whiteness and their white supremacy system. 

Willliams added that he is "fed the [expletive] up with self-identified white's daily violence directed at immigrants, Muslim and sexually and racially oppressed people. The time is now to confront these inhuman [expletives] and end this now."

Williams then linked to a story from "Medium" which offers a list of instances in which white people should be left for dead because of racial injustices.

"If you see them drowning, if you see them in a burning building... if they are in a park and they turn their weapons on each other, do nothing," the article reads.

"Let them [expletive] die."

Scalise and several others were shot in an Alexandria, Va. ballpark by a left-wing activist who was also white.

Watch the reaction from The Blaze's Lawrence Jones above.

UPDATE: Trinity President Joanne Berger-Sweeney issued a statement on Williams' comments, saying "I denounce hate speech in all its forms, I will explore all options to resolve this matter, and I will be back in touch with our community members with our decisions."

The campus was closed down Wednesday following threats to the campus over the postings.

In a statement to NBC Connecticut, Williams said he was not calling for the deaths of white people, but trying to foster debate about racial issues.

He wrote:

It is evident to anyone who carefully reads my posts on Facebook and Twitter that I did not call for the death of all self-identified ‘whites.’ I merely attached the hashtag to my post derived from a blog article written by Son of Baldwin entitled 'Let Them All ------- Die.' This was an admittedly provocative move to get readers to pay attention to my reasoned, reasonable, and yes angry argument. ... I posted my comments on social media to draw the attention of the readers to the current dire state of white supremacy in the nation.

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