Now that Generation X-tra whiny is in college, the coddled class is having to deal with a few disappointments in life. Like not getting their way all the time, being expected to take responsibility for actions and accepting the results of an election — even when you don’t like the outcome.
When students couldn’t deal with Donald Trump becoming the next president, they decided to stage mass walk-outs, protests and cry-ins to which colleges responded with more coddling!
From Allen B West:
Some schools used our tax dollars to respond by offering urgent safe spaces, including cookies, mandalas and puppies. They delayed exams, cancelled classes and offered grief counseling to students distraught over — what was it again? — oh yeah, the results of our free election, in which all of these students who were of age had the right to participate if they so chose.
In response to these new levels of wussified madness, one Iowa lawmaker is taking brilliant action.
After hearing about state schools in Iowa coddling students, creating safe zones, cancelling exams, etc., Bobby Kaufmann, a member of the Iowa State house, decided he had seen enough.
Kaufmann, Chairman of the Iowa House Oversight Committee, has announced he is going to open an investigation into the state schools, hoping to learn just how many taxpayer dollars were wasted on the “cry baby” reactions to Trump’s victory over Clinton.
Speaking with WHO Radio’s Simon Conway, Kaufman explained his plan to co-sponsor the “Suck It Up, Buttercup” Bill. The proposed legislation would identify the monies spent by state schools on activities deemed to be a waste of money. The state would then penalize those schools by cutting triple the amount of money wasted from the 2017 budget.