Over the past few years, universities have been converted into "safe spaces" for snowflakes who do not want to be "triggered" by anyone who holds views that differ from their own. Now, any college official who dares to remotely "trigger" a snowflake student risks losing his or her job.
In his latest video, Ezra Levant talks about the disturbing case of a human rights director at a university in Nanaimo, British Columbia, who was fired for investigating a student who insisted that he be treated like an infant.
The student in question wore a pacifier around his neck, spoke using a baby voice, and even submitted an assignment that included a photo of himself in a diaper.
When the official was brought in to investigate, the student claimed that he was disabled, yet he offered no evidence to back this up.
When the official persisted in investigating, she was fired for "triggering" the student.
While lots of snowflake students are big babies these days, this one takes the cake!
Many snowflakes demand that they be treated with "kid gloves" (no pun intended) rather than be forced to deal with the realities of living in the world. If anyone dares to question their behaviour, they throw temper tantrums until the "bad adult" is forced to leave them alone, or suffer the consequences.
Find out more about this in Ezra Levant's latest video!