University Students Feel Oppressed by Statue of Thomas Jefferson


Poor sensitive college students. They’re not upset about killing unborn babies, the shooting of self-professed Christians on a community college campus, increasing the power of the State, or the radicalization of Muslims who want to impose an Islamic Caliphate that would shut down every university in the United States.

No, they are emotionally distraught over a bronze statue of Thomas Jefferson on their campus. The Thomas Jefferson statue has come under attack at the University of Missouri (Mizzou) by students because it makes them feel oppressed. Wait until the Caliphate makes its way to the United States.

The following is from Campus Reform:

Students at the University of Missouri (Mizzou) have repeatedly covered a statue of Thomas Jefferson with post-it notes that include insults like, ‘Racist,’ ‘Rapist,’ ‘Abuser,’ ‘Sexist,’ and ‘Slave Owner.’

Let’s not forget that Jefferson was an advocate of “free” public education. “In 1779, he wrote A Bill for the More General Diffusion of Knowledge, which outlined a plan for establishing Virginia public schools where ‘all the free children, male and female’ were to be given three years of instruction in reading, writing, arithmetic, and history. The bill was defeated in the state legislature, but it laid the groundwork for free public education.”
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