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Scenes from the liberal meltdown

Demonstrators protest outside of the Trump Tower in Chicago, Illinois. Photo: Getty Images

 

Stop the insanity!

Days after Donald Trump stunned the world by winning the presidency, liberal America remains in the throes of a massive mental and emotional meltdown.

Anti-Trump protests have spread to more cities and continue to turn violent. In Portland Thursday night, rioters stoned police and vandalized businesses and cars.

Anyone expressing support for Trump has become the target of unrestrained venom: There are calls to boycott New Balance — its sneakers have been publicly burned — because an official said Trump would be better on trade issues.

Meanwhile, the CEO of Grubhub, the online food-delivery service, demanded that employees who agree with Trump resign, because “you have no place here.” (He had to retreat: His lawyers read him the First Amendment and noted that political discrimination also violates California law.)

This is just vicious stuff. But for pure pathos crossing into the absurd, we turn (as usual) to the college campus. Consider:
  •  The University of Michigan offered its traumatized students coloring books and Play-Doh to calm them. (Are its students in college or kindergarten?)

  •  The University of Kansas reminded its stressed-out kids that therapy dogs, a regular campus feature, were available.

  •  Cornell University, an Ivy League school, held a campus-wide “cry-in,” with officials handing out tissues and hot chocolate.

  •  Tufts University offered its devastated students arts and crafts sessions. (OK, not kindergarten — more like summer camp.)

  •  At campuses from elite Yale to Connecticut to Iowa and beyond, professors canceled classes and/or exams — either because students asked or because instructors were too distraught to teach.

Anarchist-fueled violence and destruction can’t be tolerated. Nor should corporate (or anti-corporate) temper tantrums that blatantly violate free-speech rights.
Collegiate sobbing and wailing, on the other hand, shouldn’t be tolerated — especially not by the parents who are shelling out tens of thousands of dollars to pay for it.
And they all should consider that their reaction to Trump’s win goes a long way towards explaining precisely why he did.

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7 comments

  1. Sorry but these little turds are not my fellow Americans. No way no how. What an embarrassing, pathetic and worthless waste of oxygen they are. The only thing worse than these little cry babies is the fact that they are young and we are going to have to listen to them whine for the rest of our lives.

  2. Ryan, McConnell, McCain and RNC establishment already making plans to capitulate to DNC’s calls of ‘compromise’ and ‘unity’ !!! Only because the Democrats LOST BIG !!!
    Cowardly GOP RINO’s want to be lulled back to sleep !!!
    ~ WE MUST NOT ALLOW THEM TO STOP TRUMP’S DRAINING OF THE SWAMP !! ~

  3. TO:President Trump

    Our higher education can only accept federal funding when there is political neutrality. Please block on federal funds to colleges and universities that are politically biased.

    Sincerely,

    Amercia’s Tax Payers

  4. “…and they all should consider that their reaction to Trump’s win goes a long way towards explaining precisely why he did.”

    Not to worry, winter comes like a lion. Their new focus will be wool underwear….oh…forgot..they already have wool underwear. There threats are as shallow as their age.

  5. I’d like some play dough and coloring books to go with my hot chocolate and cookies too. Do I have to enroll in college to be treated like a Princess? What a laugh.

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