26 March 2016

America: where the students are in danger

This is bad, people, really bad.
Emory University in Atlanta is under siege at this hour from a chalk-wielding Donald Trump supporter who caused a massive outbreak of micro-aggressions among frightened students.

Terrified collegians are hunkered down in their safe spaces – traumatized by whoever wrote “Trump 2016” and “Accept the Inevitable: Trump 2016” on campus sidewalks.
The sleuths of Emory haven't reported to the mother ship yet, so it is not known whether the bloodthirsty perpetrator of this aggressive obscenity came from outside the safe enclave of higher learning or it was done by a cowardly internal wolf hiding under the sheep's clothing, which option is even more terrifying.

Of course the poor little lambs are frightened:
“I’m supposed to feel comfortable and safe [here],” one student 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,” she added.
Absolutely. How can a student feel safe when going to sleep in his dorm, his home away from home, when the big bad T-Rump is skulking around the campus, his huge maw dripping gore and blood of the innocent helpless freshmen or even - the horror of it - some undergraduates! It makes me want to cry. But the students do it much better:

Well, what can I add to that? I usually shun sources with names that start with "Truth", but this lady here got it all very well. Enjoy: