|DePaul Student Activity Center|
After an anti-conservative riot forced openly-gay Breitbart editor and writer Milo Yiannopoulos to cut short his speech at the nominally-Catholic Chicago college DePaul's president, Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider apologized for his apology for the leftists who drove the Milo off of the stage. "In short," Holtschneider wrote on Thursday, "many of our students, staff and faculty felt insufficiently supported by the DePaul community last week, including by me. For all of this, I deeply apologize."
"Holt" also mentioned crybyaby students who "were concerned that the stress and trauma of the situation would adversely affect their ability to complete the term successfully."
What happens to these fragile flowers if they get a job--that's if--and they are told by a supervisor that their performance could be better? Are they going to ask for a paid six-month leave-of-absence so their hurt can heal?
In that apology-for-the-apology Holtschneider mentioned that a noose was found on campus shortly after Milo's shortened speech.
I'm not the only person who believes this "hate crime" is the latest hate crime hoax.
From my post at Da Tech Guy:
Welcome to the era of hate crime hoaxes