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Tuesday, April 19, 2016

RETARDS - Trump Terror Grows on Campuses



The Terror of Trump

  • Retarded Leftist students around the country are soiling themselves that the word "Trump" is being written in chalk at their schools.
  • Somehow I suspect if ISIS landed troops on our soil America's youth would curl up into fetal positions and suck their thumbs.


(World New Daily)  -  On university campuses, where many enthusiastic students vote for the first time, political candidates’ slogans typically appear on signs, bumper stickers, T-shirts, placards, dorm-room walls and even in chalk on sidewalks.
But as with about everything else in the 2016 presidential race, there’s nothing normal about the impact of the slogans this year, especially the ones promoting GOP front-runner Donald Trump.
They’re striking terror.
The incidences of Trump sidewalk art across the nation even has been dubbed “The Chalkening.”
“‘The Chalkening’ spreads,’ tests universities’ commitment to free speech,” headlined the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.
FIRE cited a report that Emory University students “think Donald Trump is out to kill them” because of slogans chalked on campus sidewalks and walls.
“After the GOP frontrunner’s name was written in chalk on a campus wall, students said they ‘feared for their lives,'” the Daily Beast reported.
“Early Monday, students say, they were ‘attacked’ by Trump’s name in large, pastel letters on campus walkways and buildings. ‘Vote for Trump,’ ‘Trump for Pres,’ ‘Accept the Inevitable: Trump 2016’ and more chalk sloganeering for the Republican presidential frontrunner was written all over the most trafficked areas on campus,” it said.
“I legitimately feared for my life,” claimed Paul Camila Alarcon in the report. “I thought we were having a KKK rally on campus.”
WND reported that dozens of students converged on Emory’s administration building to discuss the “pain” they felt over seeing Trump’s name.
Emory’s College Council and Student Government Association distributed email reports to their contact lists, and school officials told students they would hunt down surveillance camera footage to identify “suspects” to proceed with a “conduct-violation process.”
“I’m supposed to feel comfortable and safe [here],” a student told school officials, the report said. “But this man is being supported by students on our campus and our administration shows that they, by their silence, support it as well. … I don’t deserve to feel afraid at my school.”
College sophomore Jonathan Peraza asked a group of students what they were feeling, and they replied “fear” and “frustration.”
“You are not listening! Come speak to us. We are in pain!” Peraza exclaimed outside the school’s Goodrich C. White Hall.
FIRE’s Chris Marchese said “The Chalkening” now has spread to other campuses, listing the University of Illinois, Ohio University, University of California-Santa Barbara, DePaul, University of Michigan, Kansas, Connecticut, College of William and Mary and Tulane.
At Michigan, police were summoned because of the appearance of “Trump 2016” and “#StopIslam” slogans.
Michigan spokewoman Diane Brown said, “We will continue to monitor campus and work with our campus partners to ensure our students have a safe environment to live, learn and dialogue.”
The school took immediate action, and reports were filed with the school’s “bias response team.”
“Attacks directed toward any member or group within the University of Michigan community, based on a belief or characteristic, are inconsistent with our values of respect, civility and equality,” Brown said. “… We are fully committed to fostering an environment that is welcoming and inclusive of everyone.”
At Tulane, a political slogan generated this comment from freshman Claire Cruz: “As a Latina on a mostly all-white campus, I am constantly seeing little acts of racism and white privilege, but this huge act was a slap in my face. Not only do I feel as if my safety has been threatened, but also my humanity is being completely written off.”
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Vaughn Banks said...

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