Vice President Mike Pense is set to give the commencement address at Notre Dame University this spring but some of the sensitive campus snowflakes can’t handle it.
The Federalist reported:
Notre Dame Students Complain: Mike Pence Makes Us ‘Feel Unsafe’
Students at the University of Notre Dame are not happy that Vice President Mike Pence is going to speak at their commencement ceremony. Some are even claiming that Pence’s presence on campus makes them “feel unsafe,” and have taken to social media to express their hurt feelings, Campus Reform’s Amber Athey reports.
Two seniors encouraged their fellow students to share messages about why Pence makes them feel unsafe written out on white boards, photographed, and posted via Facebook and Twitter.
The Facebook page explanation for the protest reads:
We are inviting all those who would like to participate to take photos, holding a white board in your hands with direct quotes from Pence that are racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, offensive, or ostracizing to members of our community. You may also write why you feel unsafe with the presence of Mike Pence on our campus. All Seniors and those graduating this may are invited to use the hashtag #NotMyCommencementSpeaker and everyone else is invited to use the hashtag #NotMyVicePresident. We will meet in front of Main Building (at the statue) and take photos this week on the following days and their corresponding times…
That’s just sad.
If you can’t handle a speech from a politician you don’t like, you probably don’t belong in college.