The 'Trump 2016' Emory Chalking: Vandalism? Maybe. Violence? No Way.

Students said they feared for their lives. They shouldn't.

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The sudden appearance of dozens of iterations of the same message—"Trump 2016″—all over the sidewalks and buildings of Emory University has caused quite a stir. Many on campus are decrying the chalk scribblings as acts of vandalism. Libertarian writer Jeffrey Tucker, who was at Emory earlier this week, also described the messages as vandalism. 

Is that a fair description of what happened? The answer seems to be yes. Emory is a private university: as such, it can set rules on what kinds of political expression are allowed on campus. Emory does have a policy on chalking: it permits it in certain places, on sidewalks, but forbids it on the walls of buildings. 

Not all of the "Trump 2016" messages appeared on sidewalks. It seems clear, then, that the perpetrator violated university policies. I would note that chalking buildings is not as serious as graffiti-ing them. Chalk washes off very easily: a sudden rainstorm would cleanse the campus of most of its pro-Trump displays. So while it's undeniably true that the perpetrator broke some rules—rules that Emory has every right to insist upon—it's not clear that he or she caused actual, physical property damage. 

In any case, it's reasonable for the administration to attempt to figure who did this, and hold that person accountable—though I personally would not recommend a harsh punishment, since chalk is ephemeral. 

But Emory students' chief concern is not that the chalk messages violate university policy. They don't see the chalk as mere vandalism: they consider it an act of violence

"It was deliberate intimidation," one student, freshman Jonathan Peraza, told The Daily Beast's Lizzie Crocker. "Some of us were expecting shootings. We feared walking alone." 

"I think it was an act of violence," said another student, Lolade Oshin. "It was an active threat, intentionally meant to create opposition on campus and to segregate groups on campus that are already segregated." 

These are serious, alarmist reactions to obvious political speech. (Indeed, what could be more straightforward than "name of Republican frontrunner" + "indication of support in the upcoming national election?) We don't know why someone wrote the message "Trump 2016" all over campus, and it's of course possible that his aim was to frighten people. But if that was his goal, he should have failed, because the message isn't frightening.

Students seem to suggest that the unique horribleness of Donald Trump's policy positions renders any and all support for him racist by default. But it certainly isn't actual racial aggression to declare one's support so blandly. That students misunderstand this—that they actually think they are in physical danger from chalk—is concerning.

Regular readers know that I frequently make reference to over-sensitive and easily-offended students whose fragilities have ushered in a new wave of censorship and political correctness on college campuses. What is happening at Emory certainly seems like an example of that.

But it's also an example of rampant safety paranoia plaguing American schools—including colleges. There is no evidence—none whatsoever—that the chalk messages were harbingers of violence. There is no reason to believe shootings would ensue. College campuses, contrary to popular imagination, are (like most schools) very sheltered, safe places. College students are not subject to more assaults, murders, or rapes than the rest of the population. Attending college is not a risky proposition. For as much as students talk about creating "safe spaces," campuses are already just about the safest spaces on earth.

This notion that privileged young people are uniquely endangered is false, and must be dispelled. Students who fear for their lives when they encounter an idea that offends them are living in fear for absolutely no reason. It isn't healthy, and it makes it easier for authority figures to trample their rights in exchange for increased protection. 

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  1. Chalk washes off very easily: a sudden rainstorm would cleanse the campus of most of its pro-Trump displays.

    When Soave’s son one day comes to him with a skinned knee, you know what the boy’s dad is going to tell him? “Walk it off, boy. Rub dirt in it.” That’s the kind of uncaring prick Old Man Soave is going to be.

    1. Ya know, I bet a non-sudden rain would also wash it off.

      Even if it was on walls in violation of Emory policy, that doesn’t make it vandalism. Chalk does not damage or destroy property.

      1. While I think it would be stupid to go after the people who wrote these statements, people have in fact been criminally prosecuted for vandalism simply for writing on public buildings or even just sidwalks with chalk (and yes, this link is to Mother Jones, but they have links to the original media stories embedded in it): http://www.motherjones.com/pol…..lk-arrests

        1. Just because our LEO morons don’t understand the English language, is no excuse for anyone else to jump on board.

    2. I grew up on that. My knees are scar tissue.

    3. Skinned knee? I tell my son to walk it off when he breaks his ankle.

      1. He probably tripped on Trump 2016 chalk graffiti.

      2. My kid got decapitated. Told him to quit being a little pussy, and for his severed head to stop crying blood out the neck hole. Kids are just too soft these days.

    4. When Soave’s son one day comes to him with a skinned knee, you know what the boy’s dad is going to tell him? “Walk it off, boy. Rub dirt in it.” That’s the kind of uncaring prick Old Man Soave is going to be.

      Not at all. Robby will enquire as to the circumstances of the knee-skinning, determining whether the child had violated any speed-of-movement regulations, apply an appropriate form of band-aid, and offer some mild-suggestions regarding rightful observance of sidewalk cracks while while being duly mindful of the child’s emotions. He would also ensure to inform on the parents of other children who had stood by and mocked the boy, while also suggesting that he himself would not spank them as this would be an excessive application of authority.

    5. All your comment does is highlight the commonalities you have with all the idiots quoted in this piece saying they felt chalk writing saying Trump 2016 was an act of violence.

      How in the world will any of you hypersensitive little babies ever be able to cope in the real world?

      Free speech exists, STILL.

      No 1 has to like you, no matter who you are, whether gay, straight, transgender, male, female, black, white, Asian, whatever….they don’t have to value or even listen to your opinion. They don’t care how offended you are or why you were offended in the first place.

      The real world beckons & it’s a much harsher, cold place than the playpen’s they now call a college campus.

  2. Boo fucking hoo, Emory pussies.

    1. Indeed. Even Bill Maher ridiculed him on his show last night. Said maybe these kids ought to be dropped off somewhere where they really would fear for their lives so they know the difference.

    2. I’m starting to think this stuff is just rhetoric. ‘This is violence’ = ‘This should be banned’. It’s typical totalitarian lefty strategy, just a new tactic.

  3. These idiots on the left will single handedly get trump elected

    1. It almost makes me want to support Trump out of pure spite.

  4. I think the most depressing aspect of this is watching Jeffrey Tucker lose his shit over it.

    Trump is a fascist… yes. But his supporters aren’t going around beating up people or shooting them.

    1. Maybe he’s having too much whiskey at breakfast.

    2. He’s been losing it for years now.

    3. Well technically, they are beating people up.

    4. “But his supporters aren’t going around beating up people or shooting them.”

      Not yet.

      1. And they won’t.

  5. Just saw a WaPo article which singled out the callous indifference ofreason
    to the horrific torments suffered by those Emory students.

    Well done, reason.

    1. Indifference? Shit, I wished they’d scold us for mocking those idiots.

      1. I wish.

        1. Here’s a good comment:

          Since the students claim they can’t stand being around anyone who would vote for Trump, they are unhirable by any company with more than a few employees, except maybe an NPR station. Who needs new young employees who can’t get along with half your company?

          Exactly this. These people cannot work any place outside of the areas of academia which are coddling them. They would be nothing but trouble.

          1. Government will hire them.

            1. I wonder how many of them will turn down federal job offers if Trump is President.

              1. All of the ones who moved to Canada.

                1. They’re going to move to Canada? Dammit, now you’re going to make ME vote for Trump.

              2. I have to say, a Trump presidency does seem to offer the most lulz.

              3. Well hopefully, the silver lining of a Trump presidency will be that each week Trump fires 1/16th of the federal work force.

          2. That’s a brilliant comment.

        2. Yesterday, the Emory community was witness to an act of cowardice, when someone decided to plaster pro-Donald Trump slogans all over campus.

          If supporting the wrong person is cowardice, then what is being afraid of chalk?

        3. It’s interesting that all the commentators on both sides are calling these students idiotic delicate flowers. Makes me wonder if we might actually see the end of the SJW movement after all. When every adult (even the cool ones) laughs and mocks the older kids for being morons are the kids still growing up going to want to be part of that clique?

        4. The article quotes a student quoting The Communist Manifesto and doesn’t mention it.

          1. We need a constitutional amendment expressly outlawing communism, and communist practices as inherently treasonous.

    2. From the comments on the article:

      “I hear there’s an effort to crowdfund a skywriter to write “Trump 2016″ over the campus. Love it.”

      This is campaign spending I can get behind.

      1. The sky is a microagression, I can never look at the sky again!

        1. Yeah! How come everyone goes to sleep as soon as it turns black?

          1. That’s ray-cyst!

  6. Students in the US: “Chalk lines… when drawn a certain way… are literal violence!”

    Students in the Middle East: “I lost 3 friends in a drone strike last week.”

    1. What? Perspective? Nonsense.

    2. Students in the US: most of us voted for/support the guy authorizing those drone strikes.

    3. The chalk lines themselves are not violence. But they are advocating a violent act – voting for Trump, which is conspiracy to “take out their families.”

    4. The chalk lines themselves are not violence. But they are advocating a violent act – voting for Trump, which is conspiracy to “take out their families.”

      1. I liked the first Roy Eston Smith Jr. The plot was much more engaging, and the performances sublime.

    5. Those middle eastern students shouldn’t be friends with terrorists.

  7. Is writing “Bernie 2016” violence?

    After all, the man has promised to steal a lot of my money at gunpoint.

    1. Nom nom, good intentions, dum dum, it’s not racist so it’s OK, derp derp.

    2. Indeed, Robby missed that angle, which is completely true.

    3. But, Bernie like like bae, is Trump like bae? No, Trump is Hitler! I need my safe space, waahhhhhh!!!!!

  8. “It was an active threat, intentionally meant to create opposition on campus and to segregate groups on campus that are already segregated.”

    Ask yourself if you were this stupid at that age.

    1. What I get from that statement is that Emory is segregated.

      1. Self-segregated I can picture.

        1. Into ‘safe spaces’.

    2. Lol, came to the comments to post this. Segregationception.

    3. I was never that stupid. Hopefully I never will be.

      Whatever happened to “sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me”?
      Are kids not taught to laugh off teasing any more?

      1. I took three different types of antihistamines a few weeks ago to combat inflammation from a nasty spider bite (which imbued me with ZERO spider powers!). I was as dumb as Joe Biden during that period, and I was still leagues above these moronic kids.

        They need to be put down. Runts of the litters that they are.

      2. I grew up in the rural Ozarks; I wouldn’t have survived if I had been that stupid…(if the critters or the machinery wouldn’t have killed me, my Dad would have).

    4. Equal but separate is so hot right now.

  9. It was like cross burning,” Tucker told me. “It was on private property. It was extremely damaging and the students and faculty were totally embarrassed…it was absolutely intended to intimidate everyone and it worked.”

    Is that a fair description of what happened? The answer seems to be yes.

    Fucking unreal

    1. Jesus Christ.

      1. On a burning cross.

        1. That’s it. I need a safe space.

          1. The only safe space is in a casket, my friend.

            1. A good place for these students. They feel unsafe with every breath they take. So let them breathe no more.

    2. Many on campus are decrying the chalk scribblings as acts of vandalism.

      Pretty sure the acts being vandalism was what Robby was referring to.

      1. No, Tulpa, Robby obviously believes that writing “Trump 2016” is exactly the same as the KKK burning a cross in the middle of campus.

        1. “Why, Rhett! How many times have I told you to wash up after weekly cross burning?”

          1. I assure you that Emory will neither extend a laurel nor a hardy handshake to any Trump supporters.

        2. Tucker said it and Robbie follows with “a fair description of what happened”

          1. I’m still not seeing where that came from. But I’ll take your word for it. But I think Sr. Doyers most likely has it right and Robby was endorsing the vandalism part and not the cross burning part. Robby may be into social signalling to the cool people, but he doesn’t usually go for the ridiculous hyperbole.

            1. Robby’s trying to have it both ways. It’s what he does and it’s annoying.

            2. Burning these kids after crucifying them sounds pretty good to me. I like your plan.

              1. Nah, just dump them in the wilderness without their cell phones. It will serve the same purpose, and provide nutrients for the trees.

    3. Where is that quote from?

        1. Well, that was a stupid thing to say. And pretty fucking insulting to people who actually had to deal with no-shit racist intimidation.

    4. unreal

      Literally, as in you fabricated the juxtaposition to present a message that was not there.

      1. Robby cites Jeffrey Tucker’s opinion in the last sentence of paragraph 1 (I provided the quote) then begins paragraph 2 with the statement that is is a fair description of what happened. The juxtaposition is unchanged.

        1. “The sudden appearance of dozens of iterations of the same message?”Trump 2016”?all over the sidewalks and buildings of Emory University has caused quite a stir. Many on campus are decrying the chalk scribblings as acts of vandalism. Libertarian writer Jeffrey Tucker, who was at Emory earlier this week, also described the messages as vandalism.”

          Is that a fair description of what happened?

          Again, I’m almost 105% sure the acts being vandalism was what Robby was agreeing with. Not that they were triggering, violent, whatever.

          1. No, its not a fair description of what happened. Vandalism means something was damaged or destroyed. Chalk does neither.

            Its buying into the premises of the SJWs, regardless of reality. DON”T DO THAT.

            1. I’m not making any comment on whether or not it was vandalism. Emory is private and can set whatever rules they like for what constitutes vandalism. I’m merely saying that Robby was assuredly not likening the chalk drawing to cross burning or whatever the fuck else.

            2. It’s really splitting semantic hairs. Dean’s definition of vandalism is correct, imo; however, legally and in everyday speech, graffiti is considered to be an act of vandalism.

              1. Agreed on the semantics portion, but the fucktards’ ridiculous habit of changing definitions to meet their needs… Because, ‘the dictionary is wrong.’ And then the inevitable bit about old or dead white men.

                1. I wasn’t even thinking of them; if the police catch you defacing someone’s property, even with chalk, they’ll charge you with vandalism.

            3. Is it not vandalism if I chalk your car without your permission?

              Robby is really clear: it’s vandalism because it is defacing Emory’s property in violation of their rules. That’s the only sense in which it is vandalism, and that is a common definition of vandalism.

              1. Is it not vandalism if I chalk your car without your permission?

                Well, the cops do it all the time.

                1. +1 SF parking enforcement fascists

          2. Robbie closes the paragraph with a reference to Tucker’s statement. Tucker says it was “like cross burning” and then refers to the chalking as “:extremely damaging”. He is not referring to literal damage to the masonry.

            1. To recap: Some Emory students are so fragile, and terrified of innocuous political speech they dislike, that they immediately sought comfort from campus authority figures. These figures, of course, were more than willing to coddle them.

              It’s enough to make you want to grab a piece of chalk and scrawl “Trump 2016” on an Emory sidewalk, huh? No wonder so many non-liberal students are cheering for Trump?not because they like him, but because he represents glorious resistance to the noxious political correctness and censorship that has come to define the modern college experience.

              Clearly, Robbie endorses the cross burning viewpoint.

              1. Robby ‘s equivocating, as usual. He references Tucker’s quote which describes the chalking as something much more than just vandalism.

                1. There is only person I see here equivocating and it’s not Soave.

                  1. Well, actually Soave does equivocate — on whether or not it is an act of vandalism. What he isn’t equivocating on is whether it is an act akin to a cross burning, or whether it is a form of violence; he categorically says it is neither.

                2. Jesus, just shut the fuck up.

                  Why do the same half a dozen people have to dick up every thread being insufferable cunts?

          3. You’re only 104% sure? Goddamn, that is just fucking wishy washy.

        2. He then spends three paragraphs explaining why it’s only technically vandalism because some instances just so happened to violate Emory’s particular rules about chalk. And he stresses that this is no big deal and the violators barely deserve any punishment.

          We’re through the fucking looking glass here.

          1. Goddamn, it’s right there in the headline: “Vandalism? Maybe.”

            1. More importantly: “Violence? No Way”

              1. FKN ROBBY FAGOAVE Y U DEFND HIM

          2. They deserve ZERO punishment. And the whiners (protesters) deserve expulsion for creating an environment of intimidation against Trump supporters with their pussy ass crybaby whining.

    5. YOUR NOT SUPPOSED TO QUOTE HIM WHEN ROBBY SAYS IT WAS FAIR

      1. I wouldn’t have but he (deliberately?) put in the wrong hyperlink.

    6. It was like cross burning, except for no fire and no cross and not having anything at all to do with cross burning.

  10. “Some of us were expecting shootings. We feared walking alone.”

    AND

    “It was an active threat, intentionally meant to create opposition on campus and to segregate groups on campus that are already segregated.”

    College should be free for everyone, Ladies and Gentlemen. We need more of this.

    1. Free college is a euphemism for FREE ACCESS FOR RETARDS.

      1. If I got free college, I sure as hell wouldn’t be going to Emory.

    2. I’m pretty sure the woman in court earlier who threatened to kill her ex-husband then charged at him was an active threat (and also made my hearing an hour late).

      1. No, no no.

        CHALK is an active threat.

        1. Why do we allow mentally disturbed people to buy chalk?

          1. Hey, it’s a great way to entertain toddlers.

          2. If you outlaw chalk, only the outlaws will have chalk…

    3. Something tells me they fear walking alone anyway.

      1. You never know when you might get raped by the lacrosse frat.

        1. Grab it’s leg!

    4. WHAT COLOR IS CHALK PEOPLE?

      It’s as if some of you never pay attention.

    5. These progtards need to be pistol whipped. Or maybe just bullwhipped.

  11. “Biff either, you’re going to write, ‘Trump is not our Saviour” ten thousand times, in chalk, on the sidewalk, or you’ll be expelled.”

  12. God, this is so stupid.

  13. Like it or not, Trump is a major presidential candidate. So these students are essentially demanding that a significant chunk of the mainstream political discourse of the country be off limits to express. Which isn’t surprising in the abstract. But how un-fucking-self-aware can you be? If a pro-Trump chalking is violence, then so is “I love Bernie”.

    Do you suppose they actually believe that the chalkings constitute violence, or have they just learned the magic words to use to silence those they disagree with?

    1. The latter. FEEL THE BERN

      1. That sounds painful. VIOLENCE!

    2. “Do you suppose they actually believe that the chalkings constitute violence, or have they just learned the magic words to use to silence those they disagree with?”

      The only way to find out, and I don’t see why you would want to, is to ask a four-year old because they exhibit such infantile behavior.

    3. Like it or not, Trump is a major presidential candidate. So these students are essentially demanding that a significant chunk of the mainstream political discourse of the country be off limits to express

      The entire POINT of not banning or crushing any form of expression was that it might cover political expression which was, according to the liberals of the 80s, the most dear kind of expression.

      Now, political expression is the only type which seems ok to quash.

      I remember an article in the early 90s when the first glimmers of hostility to free speech were being seen from the left, someone mused that this might be because the left no longer dominated the media discussion.

    4. these students, or others like them, have been demanding that several chunks of mainstream discourse be off limits. This is just a new splinter of the retard virus.

    5. these students, or others like them, have been demanding that several chunks of mainstream discourse be off limits. This is just a new splinter of the retard virus.

      1. and as you can see, squirrelz remain immune to all efforts at censoring them.

        1. That’s ridiculous. I’m not afraid of those toothy, stupid little rode

    6. If your opponents are wrong, how can it be wrong to silence them? Or to do other things to them… and we’ve seen where this leads.

    7. This shit is getting so over the top ridiculous that it’s almost impossible to even comment on it? What is there to say?

      Who are the moron leftist leaders who decided that turning college students into infants who screech and cry like babies anytime they hear something outside of the leftist narrative, that this would be an effective strategy? I mean even the idea that anyone would even want to associated with leftists after the 100% history of failure and misery of leftist regimes is just almost beyond belief.

    8. But “I love Bernie” isn’t violence. Remember how they redefined racism to mean racism against ‘oppressed people?’ And racism against white people was logically impossible? Well, now violence is the same way. Violence is on’y violence if it’s against an ‘oppressed class.’ Any ‘violence’ in the opposite direction clearly isn’t actually ‘violence.’ Punching up, remember.

  14. We have to assume writing on sidewalks is merely a preliminary step down a sordid psychotic path to ruin which can only end with the deaths of dozens of innocent collegians, struck down by a rapid-fire military assault weapon from a prominent campus landmark. Those children are as good as dead at this very moment.

    1. And their corpses will become nourishment for the roving cannibal rape gangs, yes?

      1. Tell me more. But, give me a second to get the good whiskey.

    2. Can you IMAGINE if they chalked a hop-scotch pattern on the sidewalk??!! Woah…. hold on…! Are we allowed to even say s-c-o-t-c-h? Somebody will surely be offended!!! I apologize to the thought police. (Orwell was right….)

  15. Words are violence.
    Freedom is slavery

  16. “It was an active threat, intentionally meant to create opposition on campus and to segregate groups on campus that are already segregated.”

    Aside from the threat part, isn’t that pretty much a description of normal electoral politicking?

  17. That students misunderstand this?that they actually think they are in physical danger from chalk?is concerning.

    I could tell you some stories about my experiences with chalk that would concern you, that is for sure.

    1. Mistimed uneven bars or run-in with hostile pregame Lebron James?

  18. The requested link

    The story spread quickly, as media such as Reason mocked, “At Emory University, Writing ‘Trump 2016? on Sidewalk Is a Racist Microaggression ?,” with references to students needing “trigger warnings” and “safe spaces” to protect them from presidential candidates’ names and slogans.

    1. The full impact of the chalk expressed in that article is even more lol-worthy. “We’re in pain!” they screamed in the quad.

    2. I’ve read my limit of free articles for the month.

      Darn.

  19. And their corpses will become nourishment for the roving cannibal rape gangs, yes?

    Waste not, want not.

  20. Those students did it themselves. I have no doubt. They love proving to everyone what pussies they are.

    1. An old article but I have no doubt this has gotten worse and is probably underreported.

      http://dailycaller.com/2013/08…..-campuses/

    2. I agree, but would guess it was done, not necessarily by an actual Trump supporter, but by someone who just likes to get everybody jacked up. And that whoever did it, is absolutely loving the reaction.

      1. Im guess it was done by one of the students now going apeshit about it.

        1. Always something to keep in mind.

        2. Is that how you get out of classes these days?

        3. I’m going to assume it was trolling by a student who wants to stir shit up. That would be a lot more fun.

      2. You know who else liked to get everybody jacked up?

        1. The Maaco man?

    3. Trumpet chalks = worse than poostickas

  21. For some reason, I keep having this reoccurring nightmare about the earth being invaded and taken over by giant cocktail weenies from outer space….

  22. This notion that privileged young people are uniquely endangered is false, and must be dispelled.

    I disagree. Young people are uniquely endangered. They are being told that their feelings are the same as logic.

  23. If Trump wins, these fuckers aren’t moving to Canada, it will be like fucking Jonestown.

    Welp, I guess I know who I’m voting for now.

  24. Chalk this up to oversensitivity.

    1. +1 dusty eraser

  25. “to segregate groups on campus that are already segregated.””

    What? So they are being segregated inside of their segregation? What?

  26. “to segregate groups on campus that are already segregated.””

    What? So they are being segregated inside of their segregation? What?

    1. Does that make it “double secret segregation”? Obviously the chalking was done by Delta house.

  27. Are the rules concerning where chalk may be laid down enforced though? If the rules are generally ignored and not enforced, I’d argue it was absolutely not vandalism. If enforcement is rigid across the board no matter the subject matter, then sure.

    1. Its not vandalism regardless. Chalk doesn’t damage or destroy buildings. Unlike, say, bricks or spray paint.

      1. I would think imposing a message on property that the owner does not want to convey is vandalism, even if the repair to the property is only a hose down.

        1. Did someone say hose down?

  28. I see we’re well underway with today’s COLIDG IZ FER MOERNS thread.

    1. Thankfully you got here just in time to turn it into today’s “Warty whiteknights for SJWs with tedious copypasta” thread.

      1. I compose each one of my WHYCOMEs on the spot, you illiterate. How dare you.

        1. Come the November Revolution your next degree is gonna be from TRUMP UNIVERSITY, college boy!

    2. I see we’re well underway with today’s COLIDG IZ FER MOERNS thread.

      When did you become such a gigantic fucking pussy? ONE group at ONE college does something stupid as hell and we properly tag them for it. I don’t see anyone saying that college is stupid or for morons. When did your skin become less than a micrometer thick?

      Wah, Wah, Wah, people are not genuflecting at the feet of college attendees! I paid a fortune to learn very little but don’t you dare make fun of me? Why doesn’t anyone appreciate how smart I am?!!

      Your failure to ever respond with anything substantial is simply more evidence that, yes, colleges do give out pieces of very expensive paper to the ignorant.

      1. Honesty I don’t even know why people bother responding to him. He is Palin Buttplug level stupid. Warty needs to just slither back into the trailer park that spawned him, listen to his shitty ICP, and smoke some meth.

        1. Oh I left out die, he needs to smoke some meth, and then die.

          1. Lovely. I get that his caricature is hardly accurate nor particularly predictive, but the constant whining about e.g. Soave being a closet SJW is pathetic.

        2. He is Palin Buttplug level stupid.

          May you hope and pray that you won’t be the first victim of his Killbot.

        3. Doctor Warty. You may address me as Doctor.

  29. […] it’s also an example of rampant safety paranoia plaguing American schools?including colleges.

    Are you really going to excuse their clownish behavior by blaming it on paranoia or an exaggerated need for safety?

  30. “Deliberate intimidation,” you mean like threatening Trump supporters with physical harm for trying to leave the parking lot of a canceled rally in Chicago?

  31. So, do ya’ll think that these poor college students are like holocaust survivors? Should we create a museum for them or something?

    1. Shouldn’t we do the other stuff to them first? Just to help them with their martyrdom.

  32. What a bunch of whiny crybaby pansies. These limp-wristed faggots make me sick.

    I fear for the future of Western civilization when the youth are as soft as down-filled pillows and re-actively demand government protect them from boggy-monsters.

  33. So, this homo sapiens thing, too late for a do over?

  34. “Usul, we have pants-shutting the likes of which only God has seen!”

  35. I only came here to say one thing:

    Can we start to calling “white privilege” chalking?

  36. Sometimes dude you jsut have to roll with it.

    http://www.Anon-Net.tk

  37. First there was Michael, then came Jason and Freddie. Now this Easter, the most terrifying disturbing character of all time! Chalk! You might just die of fright. Not for children under 30.

  38. OWSers attacking people, starting fires, smashing windows and dumping bins of fecal matter into subway ATMs = “peaceful protest”

    Someone writing “Trump 2016” with washable chalk = violence

    1. pretty much nails it

  39. Writing with sidewalk chalk which washes away with the next rain is not vandalizing anything. As a political sidewalk chalker, it is just a message not a threat.

  40. Regardless of who wins, I hope that these delicate snowflakes move to Canada where the cold will give them a better chance of survival.

  41. Trump can’t possibly be as bad as the leftist crazies think. Can he? Or maybe he can, because after all *Trump* is a leftist crazy, just not the respectable kind.

  42. Students said they feared for their lives

    What a bunch of pussies. Seriously, these motherfuckers would be worse than useless in any kind of physical confrontation.

  43. This is clearly Hate Speech Chalk Writing Vandolence.

    Alert King Obama’s Special FBI Hate Speech Chalk Writing Vandolence Unit !!!

    1. You’re a couple seconds too late, they already created that CSI spinoff.

    2. Drop a dime to the Southern Intellectual Poverty Law Center .

  44. The road to Sesame Street is paved with good intentions.

  45. “Some of us were expecting shootings. We feared walking alone.”

  46. Supporting any political candidate is conspiracy to initiate violence. Politicians only have the power to destroy. Voting is just expressing a preference over who to destroy next.

    I too feel unsafe knowing that I’m surrounded by millions of Trump supporters. It’s like living in a real-life zombie movie. But censorship would only make it worse. If they’re out there, I want to know about it.

  47. Couldn’t even force myself to spend the energy reading this tripe. Were the sissies crying and cowering from all the chalk marks on the sidewalk? Watch out, here comes “nano-agression”; much more fitting for the narcissistic egos involved at this juncture in time.

  48. Amazing that a single name and year chalked on some concrete can turn an young adult into a quivering bowl of Jello.

  49. what a bunch a pussies. need an asskicking to toughen them up a little. show them what real violence is

  50. Quick! Scowl at them and make them faint!

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