BOOM! Campus Snowflakes TRIGGERED By Chick-Fil-A, ARMY RANGER Responds Like A BOSS! [VIDEO]
Right Wing News’ owner John Hawkins recently wrote a book entitled “101 Things All Young Adults Should Know” and in it is a section entitled “You are not a victim.” These college snowflakes desperately need to take a leaf from his book and stop acting like the world is attacking them via delicious, delicious chicken sandwiches.
That’s right, students from the Duquesne University’s LGBT group are complaining that bringing Chick-fil-A into their college threatens their “safe space.”
With weenie liberals throwing temper tantrums every day over stupid things, it’s easy to lose track of what you should be faux-outraged about.
Today, you should be infuriated by Duquesne University deciding to bring Chick-fil-A into their college because their owner has a contrary opinion on gay marriage.
He hasn’t stopped serving gay people. He doesn’t condone the assault or harassment of gay people. He doesn’t tell them to kill themselves. He simply believes in traditional marriage, which is somehow threatening to these snowflakes.
Duquesne alum and retired Army Ranger Sean Parnell is ashamed of this reaction, calling the students “babies” and saying that college is failing to prepare young adults for the real (and obscenely tough) world.
Watch the video below:
“My message is toughen up. There are no safe spaces in the real world. If you’re going to be successful in this life after you leave college, you’ve got to learn to embrace adversity and open yourself up to a litany of different opinions. You will never be the CEO of a major company or an entrepreneur or a manager if you are not willing to work with people that are different than you.”
It’s funny (and by funny, I mean tragic) that the group that claims to love diversity and open-mindedness is the first to shut down opinions that don’t fall directly in line with their own.