A few weeks ago, a first-year student at the University of Mississippi was eating his lunch out in the sun and after finishing, couldn’t find a trash can.
Since he had been only eating some fruit, he remembered from the Leftist university lectures that “If it’s natural, it’s not trash!”
Therefore, he tossed the banana peel onto a nearby tree limb.
You probably know where I’m going with this. A student leader happened to be strolling by when she gazed up and saw [GASP!] a banana peel in a tree!
That was enough to shut down Greek Week at Ole’ Miss! Believe it or not, the student leader who was also African-American felt “triggered” by the horrifying display.
It was a deliberate insult to Black people. Some broke down in tears, some rushed off to safe spaces, others nearly went into epileptic seizure.
Triggering events are apparently so indescribably damaging to one’s psyche as to warrant a potential lifetime of psychological care.
In a similar story, an African-American woman was strolling through a Hobby Lobby recently, minding her own business when an appalling and insulting display struck her sight:
Two glass display vases with branches of “raw cotton” inside them! The meltdown ensued on Facebook!
A Texas woman was lambasted on social media for being’too sensitive’ after she complained about faux raw cotton stalks being sold at arts-and-crafts chain Hobby Lobby.
Daniell Rider posted a photo of the cotton stalks on the Hobby Lobby Facebook page with the caption: “This décor is WRONG on SO many levels.
“There is nothing decorative about raw cotton…A commodity which was gained at the expense of African-American slaves,” she wrote.
“A little sensitivity goes a long way. PLEASE REMOVE THIS ‘decor.’”
Rider tagged the location of the photo as Killeen, Texas. The post drew more than 94,000 reactions, nearly 21,000 shares and 216,000 comments as of Tuesday afternoon – with most people criticizing the shopper for being too sensitive.
“Yeah I know how you feel. Being part Irish, I walked past a bag of potatoes at the grocery store and it totally triggered me.
My ancestors are Irish. I had to go home and cry. Why would they sell potatoes knowing the history behind it? So unfair and HEARTLESS,” Amanda Parker wrote.
“You’ve GOT TO BE KIDDING!!! I was raised in West Texas and have cotton farmers on both sides of my family!! This woman hasn’t a clue what she is talking about!”
Michelle Horton wrote:
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“Cotton is beautiful…..in your profile are you wearing a t-shirt made from cotton or a cotton blend???
Hmmm thank a farmer and others who assist in growing and harvesting cotton! #seriouslygrowup”
Two Black women also commented about how they were not offended by the display, one of them actually talking about how her family has been picking cotton for decades in North Carolina.
The sad part about all this is that the African-American community is continuing to listen to all the racist rhetoric that pours from the Democrat Party like a rush of sewage from a pipe.
And until people begin to think for themselves, we will continue to see these childish “triggering” events every other week.
Source: Fox News