University offers counseling to delicate snowflakes offended by Confederate flag sticker on laptop

After spotting a Confederate flag sticker on a laptop, a Framingham State University student filed a “bias report” with the school accusing his fellow student of “racism.”

As ridiculous as that may sound, the Massachusetts university did the complaining student one better by offering counseling to any students who may have been offended over the incident, according to the Daily Caller.

Sean Huddleston, the school’s chief diversity and inclusion officer, fired off a campus-wide email letting its snowflakes know that Framingham State offers resources for those who may be upset — safe spaces notwithstanding.

Learning their lesson from the University of Missouri, administrators at FSU are not about to lose their jobs for failing to pander to social justice warriors.

“We recognize that bias incidents are upsetting for the entire campus community, but especially for the target(s) and witness(es) of these incidents,” he wrote.  “It is strongly suggested that anyone impacted by a bias incident find someone to speak with.”

The only positive to come out of the incident is the response from many on social media, who still seem to grasp the 1st Amendment and the whole concept of free speech.

Tom Tillison


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