A New York City psychiatrist is being criticized for openly discussing her fantasy to hold a mass shooting of white people.

Aruna Khilanani could have been mistaken for being one of her own patients when she appeared to glorify gun violence against white people.

The founder of Manhattan-based Meetpoint lectured to Yale University students about her dark desire to repeatedly fire a gun at every white American who opposes her.

“I had fantasies of unloading a revolver into the head of any white person that got in my way, burying their body and wiping my bloody hands,” she said in her April 6 lecture called “The Psychopathic Problem of the White Mind.”

Khilanani claimed in her fantasy world she had absolutely no reservations about killing another human being for belonging to another race.

“I walked away relatively guiltless with a bounce in my step,” she can be heard saying. “Like I did the world a [expletive] favor.”

She explained her lack of remorse was due to white people being unable to empathize with African Americans or even comprehend systemic racism.

“Addressing racism assumes that white people can see and process what we are talking about,” she said. “White people suck you dry and there are no good apples … [and] white people make my blood boil.”

The psychiatrist then suggested it would save a lot of time and effort if every African American simply shot every white person who got in their way.

“We keep forgetting that directly talking about race is a waste of our breath [and] we are asking a demented, violent predator who thinks that they are a saint or a superhero, to accept responsibility,” she said. “It ain’t gonna happen–they have five holes in their brain [and] it is like banging your head against a brick wall. It is just like sort of not a good idea.”

Despite the racially sensitive content, the university still published the lecture on its website with a warning that it contains “profanity and imagery for violence.”

Khilanani is now pressuring Yale to publish a video of her lecture and claims she has the right to spread anti-white sentiments in the community.

However, she was recently flooded with negative feedback on social media.

“The racism expressed by Dr. Aruna Khilanani in a Grand Rounds at Yale, just released by
Bari Weiss and Katie Herzog, is deeply worrisome and counter-productive,” Yale Sterling professor of social and natural science Nicholas Christakis said on Twitter. “Of course, as an invitee, she is free to speak on campus but her views must be soundly rejected.”

At least 86 reviewers rated Khilanani one star for behaving like an anti-Semitic on Healthgrades.com, dragging her overall score down to just 1.2 out of five stars.

“If you are white, she might shoot you,” one reviewer said.

“I personally do not feel safe around her [because] she is an anti-Semite,” another reviewer said before his comments were hidden.

Her fiery worded lecture appeared to contradict earlier claims on her clinical website that she invites people from all walks of life to Meetpoint.

“Whoever you are, and wherever you come from, our world is better because of you,” she said on the website. “Conservative, liberal, old, young, blue, black, CIS, trans, Asian, fat, skinny, rural, urban, B-baller, international, ex-pat, rapper, queer, white, Muslim, biker, rocker, lacrosse player, atheist, Trump supporter, Darwinist, Trump hater–all are welcome.”