Snowflakes Students Were Given Opportunity To BAN Christmas – One Guess What Happened Next [VIDEO]

Snowflakes Students Were Given Opportunity To BAN Christmas – One Guess What Happened Next [VIDEO]

Campus Reform decided to do a little undercover work to see if it would be possible to convince some young, impressionable college students to sign a petition banning Christmas.

Unfortunately, they didn’t have to do very much convincing, as the little communists were very much willing to eliminate the holiday because “tolerance” or something.

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This type of shenanigans is common among young liberals, but Campus Reform really shed quite a harsh light on it.

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In this season’s most anticipated holiday spin-off, Campus Reform visits the University of Virginia dressed as “The Hipsters Who Stole Christmas.”

With schools across the country outright banning even such innocuous Christmas decorations as evergreen trees and images of Santa because they could be interpreted as being “non-inclusive,” Campus Reform wanted to find out what students think of the idea.

CRO reporters Amber Athey and Cabot Phillips visited UVA, created a faux student group called “Students for an Inclusive Holiday Season,” and asked students to sign a petition getting rid of school references to Christmas because of the holiday’s “oppressive” and “triggering” nature.

In less than two hours, nearly twenty students opted to sign the fake Christmas-banning petition.

Watch the video below:

The fact that anyone could be for eliminating a holiday and still claim to be “open-minded” and “tolerant” is the epitome of hypocritical.

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