Trump Derangement Syndrome

, Spencer Irvine, 1 Comment

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The Left struggles to come to grips with the reality of a Trump White House. Here are ten examples of college Trump Derangement Syndrome:

  1. Notre Dame. Notre Dame’s president, John Jenkins, is weighing whether to invite the president-Elect Donald Trump to speak at the university, which has been an ongoing tradition for more than half a century.
  2. American University (AU). Some students at the D.C.-based university called for the firing of a university trustee, not due to an act or statement, but due to his meeting with Donald Trump to discuss a possible administrative position under Trump.
  3. St. Mary’s College. A poster circulated at the college claimed that Trump supporters “may post a serious risk” for the LGBT community and people of color.
  4. Boston College (BC). Forty-seven faculty members wrote a letter that blasted Donald Trump for not condemning hate crimes nor hate speech directed toward the Muslim and LGBT community, without giving specific examples of hate speech.
  5. University of Michigan. School president Mark Schlissel said that Trump supporters accepted hate and “some idealized version of a non-existent yesterday” and praised anti-Trump supporters for being the “90 percent of you [who] rejected the kind of hate…expressed during the campaign.”
  6. The social work department at Pitt encouraged its department professors to give students extra credit for participating in an anti-Trump rally, which calls to question why state taxpayer dollars are funding partisan political activism.
  7. Barnard College. The all-women college at Columbia University gave out feminist coloring books to their students who were grieving the election of Donald Trump.
  8. The University of Texas at Austin. The student government created a “therapy wall” to help students cope with the election of Donald Trump.
  9. Over 450 faculty members demanded that Donald Trump issue a statement on an on-campus incident, where a group chat message went viral and caused controversy. Trump is an alum of the university’s Wharton business school.
  10. College administrators agreed to student demands to make the private university a “sanctuary campus” for illegal immigrant students, when illegal immigrant students began to worry if they would be deported after Trump’s election.