The College Republicans at Ohio University decided to mock safe spaces on the school's “graffiti wall” and now left-wingers are demanding a police investigation.
The 'graffiti' read: “Trigger warning: there are no safe spaces in real life. You can't WALL off the first amendment.”
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One offended crybaby took to Twitter saying, “We can start w/ a mandatory investigation because trigger warning is literally a threat.”
Another student, with the account 'socialist redneck' tweeted, “lmao trigger warning i’m going to beat the shit outta whoever wrote that bullshit on the wall.”
According to Campus Reform, OU’s police department then hosted an open discussion with the school’s LGBT Center after the graffiti appeared on the wall.
The now infamous graffiti wall has had a series of controversies starting last week when some students wrote pro-Trump slogans.
As we've documented at The Rebel, writing pro-Trump messages at universities are a really good way to upset left-wing students and trigger them.
After the pro-Trump messages were painted, OU's president apologized to the 'hurt' students.
“Indeed, this wall is a place of free speech and expression; however, the words painted were troubling because they had a very different meaning to some than they may have to others viewing the message or even those who painted the message,” President Roderick McDavis wrote in a campus-wide email.
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Of course, apologizing is never the way to go because you're buying into their delusional way of thinking. The world isn't sunshine, rainbows and ponies.