College Students Demand ‘Counseling’ After Being Traumatized From Seeing Confederate Flag On Laptop
While the world copes with the growing threat of terrorism, and ISIS attempts to spread its fascistic tentacles in all directions, it is important to remember that there are plenty of cases of traumatizing terrorism that are happening in America, and more specifically, on its college campuses.
Don’t pretend that you don’t know what we are talking about. Don’t act like you don’t know that someone’s safe-space was horribly violated.
The incidents happened in Framingham State University in Massachusetts when, not one, but two seperate incidents of students seeing a Confederate Flag being displayed caused them to file Bias Reports.
The Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Sean Huddleston, released an Email that was obtained by MRCTV. Before you ask, yes, a ‘Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer,’ is a real thing, and not a joke to poke fun at how ridiculous the safe space agenda has gotten on college campuses. It is an actual job that a person can put on their resume.
According to the Email from Huddleston:
“A student reported a bias incident today, in which the image of the Confederate flag was displayed on a laptop. Many of you may be aware that last month we received a Bias Incident involving two other students for a similar issue. Although related in nature, the two incidents involve separate parties.”
The second of the two incidents happened when one college student, saw a little sticker of the Confederate Flag on the computer of another university student. To show the ridiculousness of it all, we are going to repeat that for you, but change the wording just a bit:
A full-grown adult and college student, who is at an university in preperation for the real world, was outraged when they saw a STICKER, and felt the need to file a report.
Huddleston’s Email continues,
“The FSU Bias Protocol and Response Team has been made aware of the incident, and will meet to determine any measures that may be needed to respond to the incident. Our primary goal continues to be to expeditiously address and resolve incidents of bias that impede our progress toward a welcoming and inclusive campus community.”
Even more comical than having a Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, is having a ‘Protocol and Response Team.’ This is just becoming embarrassing. The two offended students have been offered counseling in response to the ordeal that they have gone through.
Do you think the idea of Safe Spaces on campus is being taken too far?