Vice President Of Campus Crazies Personally Tired Of First Amendment (Video)

Vice President Of Campus Crazies Personally Tired Of First Amendment (Video)

The Vice President of the University of Missouri Student Association:  “I personally am tired of hearing that First Amendment rights protect students when they are creating a hostile and unsafe learning environment for myself and for other students here. I think that it’s important for us to create that distinction and create a space where we can all learn from one another and start to create a place of healing rather than a place where we are experiencing a lot of hate like we have in the past.”

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The Right Scoop Reports:

The Vice President of the University of Missouri Student Association wanted to catch up to the idiocy of the President who started the Ku Klux Klan hoax, and she pole vaulted over his stupidity with this amazing statement.

Here’s a transcript:

MSNBC: One professor complained universities are becoming places of prohibition. What’s your feeling? Do you believe that’s a place we are heading for American campuses now?

MIZZOU STUDENT: I personally am tired of hearing that First Amendment rights protect students when they are creating a hostile and unsafe learning environment for myself and for other students here. I think that it’s important for us to create that distinction and create a space where we can all learn from one another and start to create a place of healing rather than a place where we are experiencing a lot of hate like we have in the past.

Incredibly. Brenda Smith Lezama has got to win the gold in the Olympic games of whiny infantile protester idiots. This video has gone viral all over the internet, and it’s not because people agree with the dunce.

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