Hats with Donald Trump's campaign slogan continue to trigger social justice warriors.
According to Campus Reform, before Monday's debate, a female member of the Gustavus College Republicans was assaulted for wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat.
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The victim, who asked to remain anonymous, has resorted to asking campus security to escort her around the college because she feels unsafe.
Minnesota Federation of College Republican Chair Amanda Peterson told Campus Reform, “She was walking around bothering no one by wearing a Trump hat, she didn’t deserve this and there’s no way that this should’ve happened. I wish this was a surprise to me, but it’s not, it’s no secret that college students with conservative leaning viewpoints aren’t strangers to this type of thing on campus.”
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Peterson said the young victim was attempting to enter the campus cafeteria when the male student approached her and began shouting slurs and waving his coat menacingly, trying to scare her. Eventually, he had to be restrained when he attempted to charge at the Trump supporter.
“No one deserves to feel unsafe for wearing a Trump hat, so it’s sad that it has to come to this,” Peterson added.
In a press release, the College Republicans condemned the male student's actions. “College campuses are meant to be places of freedom of speech and diverse opinions without fearing for one’s physical safety.”
It went on to add, “In the case we saw last night on Gustavus Adolphus College’s campus, this did not seem to be the case. This is unacceptable.”
A spokesperson for the college said the incident was being investigated.