In recent years, colleges and schools alike have begun to provide so-called “safe spaced” for excessively coddled and oversensitive students who can’t handle mere words with which they disagree, but that practice may soon come to an end under a trump presidency.
Iowa Rep. Bobby Kaufmann has the perfect solution to ending the practice of sheltering students from uncomfortable words – cut the school’s funding from the federal government. The “Suck it up, Buttercup” bill would do exactly that, and with majorities in both the House and the Senate, it will more than likely make its way to President Trump’s desk to become law.
Check it out:
"Suck it up, buttercup" is a new bill proposed by Iowa Rep. Bobby Kauffmann that would cut funding to schools spending money on safe spaces pic.twitter.com/jfNtPNW6JH
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Isn’t that refreshing? After enjoying Democrat rule for the past decade, these schools and universities pushing their far-left agendas are about to get a really, really rude awakening.
I don’t know about you, but I’m going to have a blast watching the collective meltdowns as these people are forced to actually deal with reality rather than live in their bubbles, shielded from the world.