On Wednesday, Campus Reform said it went to Cornell University with a fake petition to ban Valentine’s Day out of concern it might be offensive to those not involved in a relationship.
According to Campus Reform:
To find out, Campus Reform went undercover at Cornell University, armed with a fictitious petition to ban Valentine’s Day, on the grounds that it was simply too offensive to students without a romantic partner.
It quickly became clear that students at Cornell were more than willing to go along with any measure that would supposedly make campus a more inclusive space.
“That’s a really nice petition,” said one student, while another admitted “I’m in a relationship, but I totally understand.”
“I would also point out the administration is really heteronormative about [Valentine’s Day] which is kinda f***** up,” one student said.
Here’s the video:
What’s really scary is that these students may one day become national leaders. One can only imagine what damage they’ll do if they don’t grow up, get a clue and get de-programmed.
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