‘Save The Snowflakes’ Offers Help to Triggered Millennials
Media watchdog mocks anti-Trump students in need of hot chocolate, puppies and coloring books
Delicate college kids and students who have been triggered by the victory of President-Elect Donald Trump and the “Charlie Brown Christmas” special will be aided by a new initiative created by the Media Research Center.
“Save the Snowflakes” is an effort by MRC, a conservative media watchdog, to prod, poke, and ridicule the coddled, the weepy, and the generally obnoxious college leftists who demand “safe spaces” in this time of transition.
“Will you sacrifice just one iced, grande, sugar-free, no-whip, cinnamon, dolce soy skinny latte a week to help us Save the Snowflakes?”
Since Election Day, ostensibly intelligent students at some of the nation’s best colleges have been behaving like tantrum-throwing tots, and have thus earned the nickname “snowflakes” — an indication as to how delicate they are.
“‘Save the Snowflakes’ was conceived in the wake of the election of Donald Trump as our next president and the need for a national response to the massive nationwide doldrums spreading on college campuses,” said MRC President Brent Bozell. “Students at the most prestigious universities have been given hot chocolate, puppies to cuddle, and coloring books as a way to help them come to grips with living under a president they did not vote for, but all come in limited supply. ‘Save the Snowflakes’ was created to ensure that all snowflakes have the same access to resources whenever they encounter others with whose opinions they disagree.”
Bozell said colleges are letting college kids live in a protective bubble where they can ignore the vast majority of America — the red states and red counties, the farmers, the townsfolk, Christmas-celebrating Christians, and more. Generally, the same behavior that cost Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, whose campaign was based in a Brooklyn millennial haven, the election.
At least two Ivy League institutions engaged in this type of behavior, post-election. MRC says Cornell University had a "cry-in" after Trump won. The University of Pennsylvania offered puppies and kittens for students to cuddle.
Some students are getting over Trump, but only because they are offended by such things as Christmas celebrations or "pronouns" that offend the gender fluid, MRC says.
"With inconsolable college students around the country coming to grips with the election results, the MRC hears their cries loud and clear. Last month it was Trump. This month it's Christmas. Then Easter, Halloween, the Emmys — the list is endless," Bozell said. "We will not sit idly by as students suffer in silence. We stand in solidarity with their tortured souls because no one deserves to suffer through unspeakable tragedy without pony rides and bubbles."
Bozell said the college kids need more aromatherapy and Starbucks relief.
"The vitally important work of Save the Snowflakes cannot happen without your generosity," Bozell said. "Will you sacrifice just one iced, grande, sugar-free, no-whip, cinnamon, dolce soy skinny latte a week to help us Save the Snowflakes?"
More on the effort can be found at the MRC's video, "Save the Snowflakes."