The Verdict is in; Expensive Education directly results in a Retarded Ability to Recognize Irony

In what I predict will be a frequent demonstration of Parents wasting their money, we will be treated to Useful-Leftist-Anti-Free-Speech-Idiots violently protesting speakers with which they disagree and hilariously Calling them ‘Fascists’.

From Breitbart:

UC Davis Chancellor ‘Deeply Disappointed’ by MILO Protesters: School Based on ‘Respect for All Views’

Interim Chancellor Ralph J. Hexter condemned the protesters at MILO and Martin Shkreli’s event on campus Friday, which had to be shut down after increasing violence and a police arrests.

“After consulting with UC Davis Police Department and UC Davis Student Affairs officials, the Davis College Republicans canceled tonight’s event featuring Breitbart columnist Milo Yiannopoulos,” explained UC Davis in an official blog post on their website. “The decision was made at about 7:00 pm, 30 minutes prior to the scheduled start of the event, after a large number of protesters blocked access to the venue, and it was determined that it was no longer feasible to continue with the event safely.”

“I am deeply disappointed with the events of this evening,” proclaimed Hexter, who was appointed chancellor last year. “Our community is founded on principles of respect for all views, even those that we personally find repellent. As I have stated repeatedly, a university is at its best when it listens to and critically engages opposing views, especially ones that many of us find upsetting or even offensive.”

During the lead-up to the show, protesters became increasingly violent, with one ABC10 photographer being attacked with hot coffee outside of the venue.

Protesters wearing balaclavas started to tear down police barricades and shove students, while MILO’s video producer Matt Perdie was pushed and spat on by the “anti-fascists.”

Shkreli, who attempted to speak to media and fans peacefully, had obscenities screamed at him by protesters.

“We were told by the chief of Davis police that they could not guarantee the safety of the students, the speaker, or the police officers if the event should go ahead,” said Gabrielle McDowell, vice chair of the UC Davis College Republicans.

“As the organisation hosting the event, we would have been held personally responsible for any harm caused as a result of its taking place. We were therefore forced to cancel the event,” she continued.

MILO and Shkreli are planning to march with the College Republicans on Saturday afternoon across campus in a peaceful protest against the violent left-wing “anti-fascists” that forced the event’s cancellation yesterday.

Charlie Nash is a reporter for Breitbart Tech. You can follow him on Twitter @MrNashington or like his page at Facebook.

Not only are these Fascists displaying their ignorance regarding what Fascism is while being very good ones in practice, they are demonstrating the value of an expensive education for your sons and daughters… as well as the other 29 sexual identities.

But most pronounced, all those dollars you spend unequivocally rob your children of any ability to recognize Irony.

Ironic, isn’t it?

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7 responses to “The Verdict is in; Expensive Education directly results in a Retarded Ability to Recognize Irony

  • Tricia

    It’s frightening what Marxist entities college campuses have become. And yet the cost for an education is only increasing? Not sustainable. I hope.

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  • Al

    Well, in the article the protesters are referred to as the anti-fascists twice. I went with that.

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    • Mike

      I understand… but I can refer to myself as an African-American Pro Choice Catholic, it doesn’t make it so. That was kinda my point. The people acting as Fascists are the very one hurling the epithet.
      But I get you point. Stay with me Al, it will be fun.

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      • Al

        Yeah, I got that part of the irony, but in making an ironic comment about irony, the irony of the comment becomes in itself ironic. It’s ironic, but I think we’re saying the same thing about irony. You’re right, this is going to be a lot of fun.

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  • Al

    That is the most insincere statement of condemnation I have ever heard. No wonder the students run amok when the Chancellor, instead of saying “we should listen to all viewpoints, even those which different drastically from our own” encourages them to “listen to all, viewpoints even those that are repellant, upsetting, offensive. It’s pretty obvious he is in the tank for the anti-fascists.

    And yes, the irony of the irony is ironic.

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