Social Justice Warriors Want Veterans BANNED From Attending College

The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs approved social justice warriors posting a flyer on the school’s campus which demands that veterans be “banned” from four-year colleges and universities.
Why do these snowflakes want veterans banned?
Well, white supremacy of course!
That’s right, people who have fought and risked their lives for our country are now automatically labeled “white supremacists” and banned from attending college.
From The Blaze
According to KKTV, the flyers make extremely broad generalizations about those who fought to protect the freedoms of millions of Americans. The pamphlets claim that “many veterans openly mock the ideas of diversity and safe spaces for vulnerable members of society.”
The message goes on to say that although “many veterans utter the mantra that they, ‘do not see color,’” veterans socialize themselves “into the military culture that is of a white supremacist organization.” As a result, the flyer reads, veterans “have been permanently tainted.”
But the creators of the flyers did not stop there in criticizing the very people who sacrificed their lives for this country. They later claimed that veterans have an “overwhelming presence in the classroom,” that can “distract other students.” Particularly, the flyers state, this is true for “vulnerable individuals such as LGBTQQI2SAA” because those people “have been known to be the butt of insensitive jokes made by veterans.”
Perhaps the most outrageous allegation of all made against veterans is that they are “usually” associated with extremists right-wing groups.” The flyers specifically name the Tea Party and the National Rifle Association as among the “extremist right-wing groups.”
In seeking to distance itself from the disrespectful, distasteful and outright false allegations lobbed against veterans, UCCS Chancellor Venkat Reddy released a statement. In it, Reddy said the flyers “stand at the intersection of two core values for UCCS and higher education.”
“On the one hand, we recognize the right of people to express their viewpoints, even when those viewpoints are offensive to many in our community,” Reddy said, adding that he “rejects the notion that we should censor those who denigrate others, as censorship would have silenced many voices over the decades who needed to be heard.”
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