YES! Lawmaker Introduces ‘Build A Bridge And Get OVER It’ Bill for College Crybabies [VIDEO]

YES! Lawmaker Introduces ‘Build A Bridge And Get OVER It’ Bill for College Crybabies [VIDEO]

We’re are all too familiar with the path that today’s youth/millennial/crybabies have decided to trod on these past few years and we who hold logic, reason AND emotion up there together, are fed up with the antics and fake-harm these radicals claim is being perpetrated upon them. With Trump’s recent victory, the religion of fake-oppression and offended-ism has increased to new and pathetic heights.


But have no fear. One Iowan law-maker has a plan for a bill that will keep these ultra-snowflake breeding grounds called ‘universities’ from supporting their little Marxists in their ‘protest’ activities.

The Des Moines Register has talked to this young Representative and shared the following:


“I’ve seen four or five schools in other states that are establishing ‘cry zones.’ Where they’re staffed by state grief counselors and kids can come cry out their sensitivity to the election results,” said Rep. Bobby Kaufmann, R-Wilton. “I find this whole hysteria to be incredibly annoying. People have the right to be hysterical…on their own time.”

Kaufmann plans to introduce a piece of legislation he’s calling the “suck it up, buttercup bill” when the Legislature resumes in January.

It would target state universities that use taxpayer dollars to fund election-related sit-ins and grief counseling above and beyond what is normally available to students. Those that do would be subject to a budget cut for double the amount they spend on such activities, Kaufmann said. It also would establish new criminal penalties for protesters who shut down highways. Example, those who briefly closed Interstate Highway 80 in Iowa City during a protest against President-elect Donald Trump last week.

What good do these little radicals think they are doing by acting like jackasses? What block of people are they pulling to their cause? I guarantee they’re not the kind of people anyone would want to strike up a conversation with, let alone be around.

Now, let Steven Crowder explain why college snowflakes are just the worst:

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