Thank you danmillerinpanama, this was found at his warsclerotic blog HERE
The College Republicans group apparently chalked the praises of conservative values, the nation of Israel, all candidates in the GOP primary, and the pro-law enforcement Blue Lives Matter movement.
It’s becoming too cumbersome to list all the schools across the country at which students have recently had panic attacks over pro-Trump chalkings on campus. Let’s just say that the left considers these domestic terror attacks — now known as #TheChalkening — to be an epidemic.
DePaul College is the latest school to be victimized, and a Republican group responsible has been accused of a hate crime, according to Hypeline.
The College Republicans group apparently chalked the praises of conservative values, the nation of Israel, all candidates in the GOP primary, and the pro-law enforcement Blue Lives Matter movement. Outraged students who felt “attacked” want the group to be held responsible, and the Black Student Union at DePaul accused the Republican group of a hate crime. They released this statement:
“I’m disgusted but not surprised, because these thing happen all the time on campus,” said a student involved with the Black Student Union. He added: “Trump’s racist comments do not need to be included in the conversation and have no place on campus.”
“It’s sad that even at a school as diverse and accepting as DePaul, I still feel attacked,” wrote another student in a DePaul Facebook group. “Diverse and accepting,” that is, except for unacceptable ideas, and we can’t have those at our institutions of higher indoctrination.
College Republicans President Nicole Been said that she met with the administration, which told her that the name “Trump” triggers people, to which she responded:
“So you want to censor a word that is everywhere, who is the last name of the Republican frontrunner? You can’t do that.”
About the chalkings constituting a hate crime, Been said:
“I would just say that nothing we wrote was out of guidelines with University policy. Also, any [College Republican] chapter member, member of conservative group, or frankly any one right of center would most likely write something extremely similar. We just wrote in support of all Republican candidates and basic conservative values. If conservative/ Republican values are hate crimes then we have a much bigger issue in this country than students using sidewalk chalk to voice their opinion.”
Sounds like she’s too smart for this school. How did DePaul even let her in?
Been told Hypeline what she would tell others facing a similar leftist backlash:
“The conservative people in your club, school, local community, family, friends, have your back. They will fight with and for you. You are not in the wrong as long as you are following the rules, people are hypocrites. Don’t back down, don’t let it get to you, and don’t let it silence you. You know you’re doing something right when the far left is speaking out against you.”
According to the University, chalking is allowed on campus. Until it’s not.”
*my comments* – Colleges and universities no longer allow debate or the discussion of different ideas. Now, unless you tow the liberal party line, you are intolerant and must be shut down while pansy students retreat to safe spaces to deal with perceived microaggressions against their butthurt feelings. I am not encouraging anything I perceive as racism, but supporting the Republican frontrunner against his communist opponents is not racism even if one of that candidate’ past comments about building a wall on our border could be perceived as xenophobic when it is to many, just a realistic *border* precaution for OUR nation’s citizens’ protection. Labeling that as racist and criminal and disallowing support of one of America’s two main political parties on campus in an election year is hardly a valid preparation for the real world.