Christian College Snowflakes Who Disrespected Pence Offended That I Called Them “Jackasses”

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I have apparently offended the small group of disgruntled students and faculty who walked out of Taylor University’s commencement exercises. They were protesting Vice President Mike Pence’s selection as the keynote speaker.

An overwhelming majority of the graduates, as well as those in attendance, gave the vice president a standing ovation – an incredibly warm welcome.

However, the Mainstream Media chose to focus on the handful of students who literally feared for their safety because the vice president was scheduled to speak.

The students were permitted to return to the ceremony so they could receive their diplomas. However, local reporters say some of the students refused to shake the vice president’s hand.

“I think we have adequately established the fact that these hateful, petulant snowflakes behaved like a bunch of ill-tempered, heathen jackasses,” I wrote in a column.

Well, let’s just say a good many of the youngsters took offense at my observations — pointing out I had an “incredible lack of empathy.” I’ve posted below several piece of hate mail I received.

“F*** you dude. Have some f***ing humanity and don’t insult people for differing opinions because you’re (sic) feeble little mind can’t comprehend how someone could have a differneing opinion than your mentally challenged beliefs,” one person wrote.

“You wouldn’t know from his article, but those who walked out at the @tayloru graduation did so quietly and respectfully,” one person wrote on my Instagram page.

A Campus Reform correspondent also took me to task and accused me of being “hateful.”

I stand by what I wrote. I really do feel sorry for the companies that will inevitably hire one of the aggrieved snowflakes who graduated over the weekend. I suspect Human Resource departments across the state will be quite busy soothing their easily triggered hires.

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