Colleges Are Pushing More Students To Channel Their Inner “Triggered” After The Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

Modern-day colleges are nothing more than a coddling setting for young adults. Yes, it’s adults. These aren’t children. While some attend college as a means of progression into adulthood, others join the military or go into a trade. You’re not supposed to be fragile at that age. It’s not normal.

Colleges have spoken out about the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict, and they aren’t going to let a good thing go to waste. Leftist students, let’s be honest, that’s most of them, are having a hard time with the verdict because they can’t seem to wrap their heads around the idea that people are allowed to defend themselves.

Rittenhouse was found not guilty of shooting 3 White men that killed two of them, injuring the third. Rittenhouse may be in the market of lawsuits because of the media’s constant barrage of “White supremacist” rhetoric that they claimed Rittenhouse to be.

UC Santa Cruz sent a letter to all students that went over their “collective responsibility to continue to disrupt systemic racism.”

The letter was written by Cindy and Judith, Cynthia Larive, Chancellor, and Judith Estrada, Executive Director, Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Good for them.

Long Beach did the same. The Department of Liberal Studies tweeted:

Colleges are treating students like children. It is setting up the next generation for failure.

In light of recent high-profile events and issues, the university’s spokesman, Jim Milbury, stated that “our campus community frequently hosts events to discuss these topics.”

We’re doomed.