If you think the term “inclusive” means what is seems to mean, you’re obviously unfamiliar with the liberal logic so commonly strewn across America’s college campuses.
As two Arizona State University students recently discovered.
According to an account by The Daily Mail, the students, both white men, were quietly studying in a “multicultural learning space” when they were accosted by two angry black women.
The women claimed to be offended because the male students had the temerity to sport stickers on their laptops that said “Police Lives Matter.” One of them also wore a T-shirt that said, “Didn’t Vote for Biden.”
“You’re offensive. Police Lives Matter? This is our space. You’re making this space uncomfortable,” one of them shrieked at the men.
“You’re white! Do you understand what a multicultural space – it means you’re not being centered!”
One of the male students replied, “White isn’t a culture?”
“No, it’s not a culture! White is not a culture!” she sharply retorts.
“This is the violence that ASU does and this is the type of people that they protect! This white man thinks he can take up our space … they think they can get away with this s–t!”
One of the alleged “activists” then claims that just by sitting there the men are perpetrating “peak white cis male bulls–t.”
One of the women also noted that the sticker supporting police promotes a “white supremacist narrative.” And even as they want to ban two white people from a common area in a publicly funded university simply because they are white, the women also claim that “reverse racism doesn’t exist.”
At one point, one of the men replies, “I’m not racist, I’m just studying. I pay the same f–king tuition as you. I’m working 60 hours a week while going to school because my parents don’t just give me money!”
Yet it appears they ultimately left the room.
U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar, an Arizona Republican, tweeted in defense of the harassed students.
“This racist attack on these peaceful students sitting at a study table minding their business needs to be addressed by @ASU and [President] @michaelcrow [Michael Crow]. State/federal money pays for these buildings. They are open to all students including white students. I love ASU but this needs to stop,” he tweeted.
The conservative publication National Review noted that ASU’s Dean of Students Office was looking into the incident, and that the administration said in a statement that it “expects respectful dialogue between students in all engagements.”
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