Universities across the country have been working overtime to provide safe spaces, counseling and comfort to students with hurt feelings and “fear” after Donald Trump wins the election in a landslide.
Despite these educational institutions providing an excess of emotional support for their students, it hasn’t stopped many of them from protesting and clashing with any classmates who they assume are Donald Trump voters. The President of The University of Central Missouri has even sent out a letter to his students attempting to comfort and reassure them, but at the same time it only enflames Clinton supporters who are frantically protesting by assigning words to Trump such as “intolerance, hatred and bigotry.”
During a protest on their campus last night, students rallied to denounce Donald Trump and everything he stands for, intended for it to be peaceful, but then they blame Trump supporters for coming along and disrupting that peace. Of course, just as the media makes it out to be, it’s all Trump’s fault.
Fox 4 reports:
WARRENSBURG, Mo. — A typically quiet night at the University of Central Missouri quickly heated up in many ways Thursday night.
“I just felt embarrassed and ashamed. I don’t feel safe to go out even during the day anymore,” said 19-year-old Justice Rappel, a biology major and sophomore at UCM.
Rappel and more than 100 of her fellow students packed UCM’s student union hall with all kinds of safety concerns on their minds.
A university spokesman says tensions ran high on campus following Tuesday’s presidential election between now President-elect Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
“Tonight many Clinton supporters gathered for what was supposed to be a peaceful protest, but then they clashed with several Trump supporters. The students were shouting at each other, chanting all kinds of things and holding signs as some of them marched across our campus to downtown Warrensburg, ” said UCM spokesman Jeff Murphy.
Of course, the blame is placed on “Trump supporters” for supposedly invading a “peaceful protest” and starting trouble. Just like all the other “peaceful” protests going on in heavily liberal areas such as Seattle and Baltimore, where Clinton voters are destroying property, smashing cars and shooting each other? So much for peaceful protests on the part of Clinton supporters, as these gatherings mostly resemble out of control riots resulting in injuries and destruction.
The story continues as a student conveniently reports being attacked by a “white guy”, which she assumes has something to do with Donald Trump.
However, what happened to Justice Rappel has outraged many.
“I just left my dorm on Wednesday morning and this white guy approached me and spat on my neck and chest and then ran off. I was extremely angry and just felt like garbage. I mean you don’t spit on another human being, ” Rappel, who’s black, told FOX 4’s Robert Townsend.
University officials say they don’t know if the man who spat on Rappel is a student or not.
Of course, blame it on the dreaded “white guy”, who according to these people are prowling the streets at all hours looking for some minority to oppress in the name of Donald Trump. So why didn’t this girl report the incident as soon as it happened, rather than waiting to tell a reporter?
Let’s not forget just the other day it was reported that a story by a Muslim student claiming two white Trump supporters assaulted her, tore off her hajib and robbed her was found by police to be a hoax and completely fabricated. Why would a Muslim student make up a story about Trump supporters attacking her in an act of bigotry and violence? Perhaps it’s because the mainstream media keeps telling people that’s exactly what to expect. Although people are claiming Trump is “hateful”, it takes a special kind of hatred to fabricate a story about being assaulted by a specific race and actually reporting it to police, completely wasting their time.
Considering the vile, destructive actions taking place by hysterical protesters across our inner cities and universities, I’d expect to hear many more imaginary reports of Trump supporters randomly targeting innocent minorities for no reason.
People who are being attacked and having their property destroyed have one establishment to blame for these riots, the mainstream media. In their frenzy to stop Donald Trump from gaining support, they went all out in demonizing him, attempting to burn an image into people’s minds that he is Hitler reborn and a violent racists that must be stopped at all cost. To those whose only source of news is the mainstream media, of course they are going to have irrational thoughts of a monster taking over our country, since that’s exactly what our “journalists” told them.
It’s not only our media that is hysterical over Trump’s election, but the very leaders of these universities, which are resembling more of a daycare center for adults these days complete with safe spaces for hurt feelings, are sending letters out to their student body that only succeed in fanning the flames of hatred in anti-Trumpers.
The following letter was sent by the President of the University of Central Missouri, Chuck Ambrose.
To All Members of the UCM Community,
For millions of people across the country, this week has been an opportunity to contribute to election decisions that will have an impact on the future of our local community, state and nation. This also has led to a reinvigoration of campus-based and community activism since Tuesday, with a number of incidences nationwide that have caused fear or led individuals to feel vulnerable.
As a campus community, UCM will continue to work together to make our university, community, state and nation a better place, and we must join in unity to condemn and address acts of intolerance, hatred and bigotry.
Through your engagement and support, UCM will continue to set a positive example of a community of learners who care deeply about each other, while also continuing to encourage and promote a greater degree of commitment to inclusivity. All UCM students, faculty and staff members have an individual and collective role in contributing to such outcomes.
UCM is committed to the safety and welfare of all members of our campus. As we look to the future, we encourage you to let the university know if you have concerns about safety, or issues related to the university’s efforts to maintain a welcoming, safe and inclusive environment. We take these matters seriously and will investigate them using the right campus offices and resources.
If you are someone who is feeling anxiety over recent events and want to talk with someone, UCM’s Counseling Center in James C. Kirkpatrick Library Room 2305 can assist. Please call the center at 660-543-4060. If, for any reason, you are feeling unsafe or have experienced harassment, call the Office of Student Experience and Engagement in Administration Building, Room 214, at 660-543-4114, or call the Department of Public Safety, 306 Broad St., at 660-543-4123, to report any concerns.
While steadfast in its support for free expression, UCM also strongly condemns intolerance and urges individuals to reflect upon their own values when confronted with groups or individuals who may seek divisiveness. Let us stand together, connected as a university community, and not be divided by our differences.
Joining you in service,
Mr. Ambrose, you are only pouring gasoline on a fire and inviting more acts of hate AGAINST Trump supporters, rather than preventing acts from them, in which many have been disproved as hoaxes perpetrated by pretend victims. All you are doing is further drilling into the minds of your students that they must somehow fight a fair, Democratic election and that all voters who support Donald Trump are full of “intolerance, hatred and bigotry”.
Donald Trump cannot take office soon enough.