Earlier this month I had the opportunity to attend a speech by Breitbart writer Milo Yiannopoulos at Rutgers University. Within minutes of speaking, Milo’s speech was interrupted when one women stood up and proclaimed “this man represents hatred!”
She then proceeded to cover her face with red paint, and other protesters in the audience took that as a cue to do the same. A “black lives matter” chant then started, but was quickly drowned out by chants of “Trump! Trump! Trump!”
The actions of the protesters (who continued to interrupt Milo throughout the entire night) were enough to convince me that the liberal activists of today are children, but what happened afterwards is what confirmed it:
As Breitbart news reported:
Students at Rutgers University were so traumatized by Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos’ visit to their campus that they had to hold a group therapy session, campus newspaper The Daily Targum reports.
According to the paper, students and faculty members held a wound-licking gathering at a cultural center on campus, where students described “feeling scared, hurt, and discriminated against.”
“A variety of different organizations and departments were present to listen, answer questions and show support” to the apparently weak and vulnerable students, who just a few days prior had disrupted Yiannopoulos’ event by smearing fake blood on their faces and chanting protest slogans.
One student at the event told the Targum that they “broke down crying” after the event, while another reported that he felt “scared to walk around campus the next day.” According to the report, “many others” said they felt “unsafe” at the event and on campus afterwards.
“It is upsetting that my mental health is not cared about by the University,” said one student at the event. “I do not know what else to do for us to be heard for us to be cared about. I deserve an apology, everyone in this room deserves an apology.”
I managed to make it out of the event with my mental health intact.
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