This is what happened at Rutgers U after a conservative spoke on campus

Breitbart tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos made an appearance at Rutgers University, and his ideas and rhetoric so traumatized the delicate flowers who heard him that many of them attended a "group therapy" session afterward.

You are not going to believe what happened next:

According to the paper, students and faculty members held a wound-licking gathering at a cultural center on campus, where students described “feeling scared, hurt, and discriminated against.”

“A variety of different organizations and departments were present to listen, answer questions and show support” to the apparently weak and vulnerable students, who just a few days prior had disrupted Yiannopoulos’ event by smearing fake blood on their faces and chanting protest slogans.

One student at the event told the Targum that they “broke down crying” after the event, while another reported that he felt “scared to walk around campus the next day.” According to the report, “many others” said they felt “unsafe” at the event and on campus afterwards.

“It is upsetting that my mental health is not cared about by the University,” said one student at the event. “I do not know what else to do for us to be heard for us to be cared about. I deserve an apology, everyone in this room deserves an apology.”

A number of organizations were at the event to offer support to the poor, traumatised students. These included Psychiatric Services, the Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance, and the Rutgers University Police. However, as far as we know, none of the protesting students were institutionalized, arrested for vandalism, or for assaulting the peaceful attendees of Milo’s talk with red paint. 

Rutgers students are displaying clear-cut signs of the crybully phenomenon, whereby the regressive left feels victimized, traumatized and attacked even while they are viciously attacking others. In the case of Milo’s talk at Rutgers, there is no question that their behaviour encompassed vandalism at the very least. Yet the students still believe themselves to be victims — so much so that they set up therapy sessions and complain about their mental health.

Is this some kind of Onion parody?  Imagine, if you can, these students – attending one of the top undergrad colleges in America – going out into the world after graduating and trying to get a job.  They will devolve into a pile of Jell-O at the first sign of resistance to their spectacularly idiotic worldview.  They are not only unemployable.  They will have to be institutionalized for their own sake.  How can anyone possibly work with someone who collapses into tears when his ideology is challenged?

Our universities are creating adults who are wholly dependent on authority to shield them from alien ideas.  This is exactly the opposite of what the college experience is supposed to be.  Instead of graduating confident, clear thinking, tolerant adults capable of functioning in almost any work environment, the modern university is sending out into the world whiny, weak, intellectually vapid, intolerant fascists.

Those students should be scared – of me.  If I ever met one of them spouting that kind of nonsense, I would take him over my knee and spank his bare ass.  Not to punish him, but to make me feel better.  (Yes, I'm kidding, children – not that it matters to the humorless twits who reside on college campuses.)

Breitbart tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos made an appearance at Rutgers University, and his ideas and rhetoric so traumatized the delicate flowers who heard him that many of them attended a "group therapy" session afterward.

You are not going to believe what happened next:

According to the paper, students and faculty members held a wound-licking gathering at a cultural center on campus, where students described “feeling scared, hurt, and discriminated against.”

“A variety of different organizations and departments were present to listen, answer questions and show support” to the apparently weak and vulnerable students, who just a few days prior had disrupted Yiannopoulos’ event by smearing fake blood on their faces and chanting protest slogans.

One student at the event told the Targum that they “broke down crying” after the event, while another reported that he felt “scared to walk around campus the next day.” According to the report, “many others” said they felt “unsafe” at the event and on campus afterwards.

“It is upsetting that my mental health is not cared about by the University,” said one student at the event. “I do not know what else to do for us to be heard for us to be cared about. I deserve an apology, everyone in this room deserves an apology.”

A number of organizations were at the event to offer support to the poor, traumatised students. These included Psychiatric Services, the Office for Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance, and the Rutgers University Police. However, as far as we know, none of the protesting students were institutionalized, arrested for vandalism, or for assaulting the peaceful attendees of Milo’s talk with red paint. 

Rutgers students are displaying clear-cut signs of the crybully phenomenon, whereby the regressive left feels victimized, traumatized and attacked even while they are viciously attacking others. In the case of Milo’s talk at Rutgers, there is no question that their behaviour encompassed vandalism at the very least. Yet the students still believe themselves to be victims — so much so that they set up therapy sessions and complain about their mental health.

Is this some kind of Onion parody?  Imagine, if you can, these students – attending one of the top undergrad colleges in America – going out into the world after graduating and trying to get a job.  They will devolve into a pile of Jell-O at the first sign of resistance to their spectacularly idiotic worldview.  They are not only unemployable.  They will have to be institutionalized for their own sake.  How can anyone possibly work with someone who collapses into tears when his ideology is challenged?

Our universities are creating adults who are wholly dependent on authority to shield them from alien ideas.  This is exactly the opposite of what the college experience is supposed to be.  Instead of graduating confident, clear thinking, tolerant adults capable of functioning in almost any work environment, the modern university is sending out into the world whiny, weak, intellectually vapid, intolerant fascists.

Those students should be scared – of me.  If I ever met one of them spouting that kind of nonsense, I would take him over my knee and spank his bare ass.  Not to punish him, but to make me feel better.  (Yes, I'm kidding, children – not that it matters to the humorless twits who reside on college campuses.)