So last week we brought you FOX News’ Jesse Watters on the University of Oregon campus making Bernie Sanders supporters look like morons. This week, we’ve got a video in the same vein.
Triumph the Insult Comic Dog visited the University of New Hampshire to speak with college student voters about gender identity, microaggressions, trigger warnings and more.
Triumph wasn’t exactly politically correct about the whole thing, though. Fair warning: UNH students are about as PC as they come.
The students’ faces say it all. The ones who are trying to hold back laughter as a rottweiler puppet insults them are probably the same ones who wouldn’t skin me alive for calling someone “white,” “black,” “orange,” “green,” “purple” or “maroon.” It’s the ones who are surprised and offended by the foul-mouthed comic that make you weep for the future. Sweater girl with the feminist-glasses (the female fedora) really looks to be physically pained.
Personally, I don’t like what Triumph said about fraternity guys in the video. Following what I’ve learned this year about microaggressions and offensive speech, I’ve contacted the authorities. His foul-mouth will be behind bars shortly so he can’t hurt anyone’s virgin ears with his words ever again.
For a little background, UNH strives to be one of the most politically correct colleges in the nation. At UNH, freshmen aren’t freshmen — they’re “first year students.” Yep.
Here’s a few more things, via CampusReform, that are problematic at UNH:
‘American,’ ‘illegal alien,’ ‘foreigners,’ ‘mothering,’ and ‘fathering’ are just a handful of words deemed ‘problematic’ by the University of New Hampshire’s Bias-Free Language Guide.
According to the university’s website, the guide ‘is meant to invite inclusive excellence in [the] campus community.’
The guide defines words such as ‘homosexual’ as ‘problematic,’ offering ‘Same Gender Loving’ as a more inclusive substitute. Similarly, a lack of gender-neutral bathrooms is, according to the university, ‘ciscentrism.’
The university has distanced itself from the Bias-Free Language Guide (and for the life of me I can’t find it online anymore), but it still gives a glimpse to the culture on the campus. It’s no surprise New Hampshire is one of the more liberal states.
I agree with a fake dog. That’s what things have come to. Sigh..