A Regis University administrator shut down a right-wing student's satirical “social justice bake sale” during the school's Social Justice Week.
The reason? Because it was a “demonstration”.
According to The College Fix, “Alexander Beck was offering cookies for prices based on the perceived oppression or privilege of each customer, with Asians paying more than whites and blacks paying more than Hispanics. Women and LGBT students got 25 cents off their race’s price.”
Beck learned that students filed “bias reports” against him for the bake sale and he was the subject of a secret meeting convened by the diversity office. He was planning to give the bake-sale proceeds to the “Yiannopoulos Privilege Grant,” a scholarship focused on white males.
As the bake sale gathered attention, Dean of Students Diane McSheehy demanded an explanation of his activities and whether they were permitted. Beck said the Office of Student Activities had approved his table, but the dean responded that the table was a “demonstration” and needed a separate approval process.
Read more about this nonsense at The College Fix.