Sadly depending on which news outlet you see the facts are either totally distorted or completely missing. Not watching the bigger news channels, I watched a news channel that showed some of the items people were saying happened but the reported could not find any proof the things happened as stated or even close to what was stated.
I think saying 5 black students standing along the sidewalk and a SINGLE white student stopping and calling them racial names is bull. This is all part of the political direction that seems to simply make up a story and all hell breaks loose.
The "Incident" at Yale is another example. A frat house having a party was jumped on by the news as restricting a black woman from coming into the house the real story is the house was over loaded and no one was allowed to come in per the fire department. The student complained to the schools black student union and the frat was accused of being against blacks and other minority's. Missing is the fact the frat does have minority's as members.
So bottom line is the liberal university's are now getting what they have sowed for years with liberal professors and staff.
the local news outlet had a Yale senior saying how bad the students feel and how are they expected to go thru life when there are people who do things that hurt their feelings.
the face on the reporter told it all. she rolled her eyes and said to the student, life sometimes is not fair and not everyone is the same.
I feel bad that the cost for a single year at Yale is about $61k .poor little kids.
Sadly, the left wing professors I had 30+ years ago are not around to see the shallow, ignorant view of the world and people that they helped to promote. But then they would probably create a hashtag and think they made a difference.
She's nearly as smart as Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi combined!
> Michelle Obama reminded attendees at a Naturalization Ceremony Wednesday
> that the Founding Fathers weren't born in America. The ceremony for 50 new
> U.S. citizens was held at the National Archives in Washington, D.C.
> She said during her speech, referring to the Declaration of Independence,
> "It's amazing that just a few feet from here where I'm standing are the signatures
> of the 56 Founders who put their names on a Declaration that changed the course
> of history, and like the 50 of you, none of them were born American - they became American."
> Excuse me? Did she actually mean that those who signed the Declaration of
> Independence and participated in the drafting of the Constitution were not born
> in America?
> Benjamin Franklin was born in Pennsylvania.
> Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, and James Madison were born in Virginia.
> John Adams was born in Massachusetts.
> Only eight of the 56 were not born in America . Surely she knew this.
> But then again, maybe not. After all, she is a Harvard graduate.
> And by the way, THE CONSTITUTION WAS NOT SIGNED IN WASHINGTON D.C. !
> It was signed in Philadelphia !
> I guess it's true, you just can't fix stupidity.........