A professor at Rutgers University believes that the United States is more brutal than ISIS.

Deepa Kumar is an associate professor of media studies at Rutgers and author of Islamophobia and the Politics of Empire.

Kumar posted a controversial tweet back in March that recently resurfaced when the website SoCawlege discovered it and Fox News ran a segment on it.

“Yes ISIS is brutal, but U.S. is more so, 1.3 million killed in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan #NoToWar,” Kumar tweeted.

Counter-terrorism expert Dr. Sebastian Gorka, told “Fox and Friends” that statements like this are now par for the course at liberal universities across the country.

“This is the rewriting of history we always see from the left,” Gorka said. “And this is an individual who also has written that Hamas should not be registered as a terrorist organization by the U.S. government,” he added.

In another tweet, Kumar said it is "sad" when people blame Hamas for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Kumar’s tweets also reveal that she was part of the movement to block Condoleezza Rice from speaking at Rutgers’ commencement ceremony last year, because of Rice's involvement in the Iraq war.

Kumar argues that the recent media coverage of her tweets is unfair.

“This is not the only case of a professor being targeted by Fox News and by the right -- in fact, there’s a long history here of trying to silence and intimidate faculty who have dissenting opinions on the U.S. government and policies in the Middle East,” Kumar said in an interview with Inside Higher Education. “The only way to push back and defend myself is to be public about it.”