Segregated Bathrooms for Police on New York Campus

Segregated Bathrooms for Police on New York Campus

Sometimes a subsection of society is so despised that it is asked to use separate restrooms. Long ago, this was the case with blacks in the South. Now it is the case with police officers on a college campus in New York City:

Brooklyn College is advising New York City police officers to use bathrooms on the far end of campus in order to avoid being seen by students who might be offended by their presence.

In the aftermath of 9/11, when New York police were lionized for rushing into the collapsing towers to rescue the innocent, who would have thought we would reach this point a mere 16 years later?

Brooklyn College Director of Public Safety Donald Wenz says he would prefer police to use the facilities in the West End Building.

The New York Post took a trip to the WEB, where officers are now encouraged to use the bathroom, and found an “out of order” sign on the stall door, with a dirty and broken toilet on the inside.

A student explains why police officers should be subjected to this humiliation:

“I know students from every background and across every major. They don’t feel comfortable around cops. They just don’t. It makes safe spaces feel not so safe.”

The NYPD ought to make the posturing moonbats happy by declaring Brooklyn College a police-free zone. Then we could see how snug the snowflakes feel in their safe space when wards of the Welfare State get wind of the policy and descend upon it to rape and pillage.

On a tip from Sterling B. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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