“It is our duty to fight for our freedom. It is our duty to win. We must love each other and support each other. We have nothing to lose but our chains,” is a real quote from a real college sophomore regarding a chalk drawing.
Seeing “Trump” written in sidewalk chalk was so fucking offensive to some little Emory snowflakes that they promptly engaged their peers in intellectual debate, lost their fucking minds and marched into the university president’s office. What was in these chalk drawings? Um, “Trump” and “Trump 2016.”
One writer, who was on Emory’s campus at the time, said “It was absolutely intended to intimidate everyone, and it worked.” “It was like a cross burning,” he said, about the thing that was precisely 0% like a cross burning. Emory is a private school and does have rules about where people are allowed to chalk, because bureaucracy sucks the fun out of everything. Still – the grievances of the PC Assholes have nothing to do with sidewalk chalk and everything to do with a mentality that tells them “I’m so tolerant and everyone who disagrees with me is Hitler.”
The student government appropriated “emergency funds” for events that counter the message which made people feel “threatened,” proving once and for all that student government is hot garb and none of these people should ever be allowed to be in charge of anything.
I’m not a Trump fan, but I’m sort of hoping that more pro-Trump chalking pops up on campuses across America – just to watch the left wing crowd lose their fucking minds. Do I know any Atlantans who would be willing to don a “Make America Great Again” hat and take a little stroll through Emory’s campus? Do it. Film it.
Well done, Emory snowflakes, you played yourselves: Your little hissy fit, and ensuing media attention, is pretty much an in-kind donation to Donald Trump. His supporters contend that PC culture has gone too fucking far, and now you’re a perfect case-in-point.