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Red hat-wearing Trump supporter becomes unlikely star in Watters’ segment on microaggressions

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If California colleges weren’t bad enough, the Looney Toons are just as loony back East.

This week on “The O’Reilly Factor,” correspondent Jesse Watters traveled to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to explore student reactions to “Career corner: Understanding microaggressions,” a taxpayer-funded guide, published June 23, that identifies seemingly innocent human interactions such as liking shoes, golf outings, and gender specific verbiage like “boyfriend” and “girlfriend” as “microaggressions.”

Watch the video below:

In short, any word or phrase that crazy left-wingers decide is “offensive” gets the boot, even Christmas. According to the Daily Caller, “Christmas vacations are a microaggression, the public university pontificates, because ‘academic calendars and encouraged vacations’ which ‘are organized around major religious observances’ centralize ‘the Christian faith’ and diminish ‘non-Christian spiritual rituals and observances.'”

The Factor “sent Watters to the UNC campus to find out what exactly is going on.”

And find out he did, with a series of crazy interviews, one even with the administrator who endorsed the guide, in her own office, between requests for him to leave. (Is it a microaggression to say that Watters has some serious cojones?)

But the interview that stood out wasn’t with the wack jobs, but rather with an ordinary looking guy (is “ordinary looking” a microaggression?) wearing a certain, recognizable red hat with the words “Make America Great Again” emblazoned on the front.

In the middle of all the insanity, this guy’s “I don’t give a ****” attitude was more than just refreshing, it shows there’s hope for America after all.

In likely anticipation of the hellstorm the nutty professors at UNC were about to endure after the hilarious Watters segment, the guide has, apparently, been taken down – which is probably the smartest thing these folks have done in a long, long while.

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Scott Morefield


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