Freakout at Cornell
The college craziness continues to mount. At Cornell, students held a “cry in” following Trump’s election: Devastated Cornellians ‘Mourn’ Election of Donald Trump at Cry In.
Over 50 Cornellians gathered on Ho Plaza this afternoon for a cry in to “mourn” in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s shocking presidential victory.
Braving the cold, wind and occasional rain, Cornellians sat in a circle to share stories and console each other, organizers encouraging attendees to gather closer together and “include each other.”
Willard Straight Hall Resource Center employees gave out blankets, tissues and hot chocolate to keep participants warm, while students signed posters with words of encouragement and protest, including “Donald Trump is not my president.”
I’m so confused! Weren’t we all supposed to accept the results of the election?
This photo is captioned: “Attendees signed papers in solidarity with groups they believe may be marginalized during a Trump presidency.” “Marginalized” is a favorite word on the Left. What does it mean? Beats me.
This is a still from a video of the cry in that was on the Cornell Daily Sun’s Facebook page:
This kind of thing is going on all over. If losing an election is enough to make these kids cry, they should try being Republicans.
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