Big thumbs up to Ohio State University, OSU Vice President Jay Kasey, and the rest of the University's management team . . .
. . . for kicking the metaphorical shit out of a bunch of SJW crybullies. More after the video!
"Ohio State Vice President Jay Kasey paid the protesters a visit shortly after the occupation began, with a message from the president.
“Dr. Drake will never receive a list of demands and he will not negotiate with you,” Kasey calmly informed the group before moving on to the next part of his conversation, which included the university’s own list of demands.
This is where it gets good:
“If you refuse to leave, then you will be charged with a student code of conduct violation,” Kasey said. “If you are here at 5:00 a.m. we will clear the building and you will be arrested.” He added, “We will give you the opportunity to go to jail for your beliefs.”
“What do you mean by ‘clear the building?’” one of the stunned students asked.
Kasey didn’t mince words: “Our police officers will physically pick you up and take you to a paddy wagon,” he answered. “The people who work in this building should be protected also."
He then explained to the incredulous protesters that they’d “scared” several of the employees and that university employees had the right to work without disruption and intimidation. The protesters objected (but one asked for the names of specific, complaining workers) to no avail:
"Kasey had little patience for it. “We told you, and all we can do is be honest with you. If you’re still here at 5:00, our current philosophy is, we are going to take you out — escort you out of the building and arrest you. You will be discharged from school also,” he noted. Confused, one of the students asked, “discharged as in…?” “Expelled,” Kasey answered flatly.
The satisfaction on this one goes to 11. I was wondering how long it might take for someone with pants, and balls to show up, and knock the crap out of these whingey crybabies. Expulsion, and arrest, are the only appropriate actions in these matters. These people are not children, but they believe they should be able to act like children. It is time for their maturation process to begin. If their parents are unwilling to do this, then the colleges will likely be forced to do so.
Lower the boom, leave a mark, and make sure anyone else who wants to act like this understands the consequences.
I wonder which model the next college subjected to this nonsense will follow? Time for a dead pool!
Hat tip: "Video of the Day: This Is How to Confront Campus Crybabies" - Newmark's Door