The insanity that took place on the campus of the University of Missouri in 2015 (and subsequently cost safe space enforcer Melissa Click her job) hasn’t been without consequence:
The University of Missouri has temporarily closed seven dormitories and cut more than 400 positions https://t.co/APiBKQv14K
— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 10, 2017
Who could have predicted that? Well, a lot of people actually.
I'm shocked, shocked to read this. https://t.co/f5znOq4WOa
— Ed Morrissey (@EdMorrissey) July 10, 2017
There’s now more room for safe spaces on campus, but fewer students to take advantage of them.
Right leaning people don't burn the house down, they simply walk away. https://t.co/DGBq36owqy
— Federalist Musket?? (@Patriot_Musket) July 10, 2017
Who would want to send their kids to a school where protesters were kowtowed to even after reasons for protests were proven false.
— Murray Robinson (@dennycrum) July 10, 2017
Another "victory" for Social Justice!
Couldn't happen to a nicer group of people
— Brian O'Fall (@applecharlie5) July 10, 2017
Mizzou staffer on hand to guide incoming freshmen to new dorms. pic.twitter.com/NPwZ5AfglI
— Carl from Pea Ridge (@CarlfrmPeaRidge) July 10, 2017