Students In “Safe Space” Silence Asian Woman For Suggesting Anyone Can Be Racist

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My, God. It just won’t end.

It’s like when you give a mouse a cookie — if you give college students a reason to protest, they’ll protest and protest and protest some more.

This latest incident comes to us from Claremont McKenna College — a liberal arts school in California that is dealing with its own “racial turmoil.” Watch as a group of progressives silence, embarrass and invalidate an Asian woman for talking about the time she was harassed by a black man:

Skip forward to about 1:20 and watch as everyone around this poor girl cringes and voices their disapproval of her opinions in, ironically, a “safe space.”

“Sorry, lady, this safe space is only safe if you follow the narrative!”

And that narrative is, I guess, white people are bad? We like to protest? Stop wearing sombreros to Halloween parties and marginalizing hispanic students? I don’t know, but there is a clear-cut line for what can and can’t be said at this rally and this poor girl, speaking in broken English, clearly crossed it.

I don’t mean to inundate your feed with this stuff, but this hypocrisy needs to be called out. College is the one time in your life where you’re not supposed to “feel safe.” You should feel uncomfortable and have your ideas and positions challenged at every turn. It literally disgusts me to see this incessant bullshit arise on college campuses and be legitimized by the media. It’s awful.

If you are a college student, please understand this: You are not smart. You are not worldly. You are not cultured.

You are dumb. And if you think life is about coddling each other and “safe spaces” and smiles and sunshines and rainbows and high-fives, you’re in for a very rude awakening when the real world calls.


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