A collective wailing arose across the nation’s higher education campuses as the snowflake generation moaned and cried after the presidential election sent Donald Trump to the White House.
Wednesday was a day or mourning for the spineless whiners plaguing American academia. Professors cancelled classes to, as they said, offer healing for their students and deal with their own personal trauma.
As hard-working Americans headed off to the job, professors and their cry-baby charges sought a safe space to shed their over-entitled tears. From Campus Reform:
Another professor at the University of Rochester, Karl Mohn, cancelled all of his meetings with students after election day because he couldn’t bear to discuss the outcome of the vote with students.
“To be perfectly honest, I have a hard time justifying today sitting face-to-face with you and saying with a straight face: ‘Yes, some of our lives and livelihoods are literally in more danger today than they were yesterday, but hey-let’s talk about your thesis statement,’” Mohn wrote in his email, though he did not respond to inquiries from Campus Reform.
Whining and wailing continued at Iowa State University. Student Lindsey Beck posted a copy of an email from a professor who cancelled class following Trump’s victory.
Cancellations continued across the country.
“When your professor cancelled class today cuz he’s pissed Donald Trump won,” one student posted to Facebook, while another recounted that his “teachers have cancelled class today…since there’s a protest” on campus.
“It looks like I’m taking this day to complete my final essay for Women and Gender Studies and to try to cope with a nation ruled by Trump,” he added.
Students and professors continued to embarrass themselves to all the world.
“My professor just cancelled class because of the results of the election after we all showed up for class,” another post explained, while a student from San Francisco noted that one of her journalism professors had cancelled class because “he’s for Hillary Clinton,” adding that she now sees “the anxiety and terror that may arise from the outcome of this election.”
Parents of these weak-minded students are the ones dealing with the anxiety that their money is being wasted on higher education. The only terror arising from all this collegiate nonsense is the terrifying realization of how sad and weak these students and professors are.
Parents wake up: your offspring are softening this nation to the point it will not recover, and these children, in this mindset, will never grow up enough to prosper this nation in the future.