The College Fix reports that an Ohio State student named Mackenzie called into Sean Hannity’s radio show late last week to express her astonishment at the contrast between the response of faculty and students to Donald Trump’s election victory on the one hand, and on the other, their response to the recent act of campus terrorism.
Last Monday an 18-year-old student and Somali refugee went on a sudden car-and-knife rampage at the OSU campus, injuring nearly a dozen before being shot and killed by a university police officer.
Later that week Mackenzie told Hannity on the air what she had observed about her fellow students in the aftermath of that attack:
"After this terrorist attack I’ve truly learned that the left is more scared of conservatism and Trump and Republicans than they are of ISIS and terrorists,. Because after this terror attack I haven’t heard anything about, you know, ‘We’re praying for the victims’ or this and that. I’ve heard things about how we need to understand Islam, the vibrant Somali community we have here, how we need to embrace them even though this is the third attack by a Somali in the last year here in Columbus, and all this stuff about, you know, Muslim sensitivity.”
“That’s all they care about,” she went on, “and they are more scared of the right and Trump than they are of this terrorist attack that just happened on our campus. It’s sickening to me because I feel like they are gambling with my life in order to reach this multiculturalism lie that they worship in all of my classes — and it’s crazy.”
They are gambling with your life and with all our lives, Mackenzie, and it is crazy. And yet when Trump was elected, hysteria swept the campus:
“After the election, my professors went crazy. I remember calling my mom and saying ‘You would think Hitler just got elected and massacred half the country.’ It was ridiculous. Trump was called a Nazi, a rapist, a white supremacist, one of my professors actually said we should be terrified because Mike Pence believes women don’t have the right to exist, or deserve to exist is actually what she said. People were crying, my classes were canceled, massive protests on campus … emails from professors about staying strong and how we are all going to lose our rights but it’s going to be OK. And it was crazy. I just couldn’t believe it.”
Mackenzie's experience is sad evidence of the extent to which our college campuses have become successful indoctrination centers of multiculturalism, anti-Americanism, and leftist hatred.