William Shatner Eviscerates Race-Baiters With a Hilarious Tweet


William Shatner just eviscerated leftist race-baiters with a single hilariously brutal tweet:


“BTW 16 US Presidents owned slaves. Many of them are featured on US Currency. 😱I’d suggest those offended round up all this objectionable currency – make sure you check the pockets of the clothes in the hamper 😏 and send all that offensive cash to me. If you need my address 👇🏻”

Take that leftist America haters. Just send us all of the cash with pictures of racist, slave owning former presidents that you hate.

Speaking of crazed, leftist America hating Democrats:

Major University Bans ‘Outdoor Club’ From Going Outdoors

The left is still working overtime to turn the next generation into a bunch of snowflakes.

The truth is what liberals and Democrats really do best is turn strong independent people into dependent weaklings because those who are dependent are much easier to control.

An outdoor recreation club at Penn State has been told they can’t go outdoors and recreate because it’s just too unsafe.

The 100-year-old club will now avoid going outside because it’s “too dangerous in the wilderness,” Penn State University officials said.

The Penn State Outing Club made the announcement last week – that the school will no longer allow them to organize any outdoor, student-led excursions next semester. The club focused on hiking, camping and other outdoor-related activities.

But it’s just too risky, the school’s Student Affairs office said, according to the AP.

Richard Waltz, the Outing Club’s current president, said that the decision was made by an office that never consulted them.

The decision was based on a two-month review that didn’t include consultation with student leaders at any of the clubs deemed too risky, according to students.

Two other outdoor recreation clubs — the spelunking Nittany Grotto Caving Club and the Nittany Divers SCUBA Club — also have been directed to end trip offerings.

Waltz acknowledged that safety is always a concern, but he is distressed that the decision was made without consulting with anyone.

Amazingly, the incoming president of the student “Outing Club” at Penn State said she doesn’t blame the school for the decision.

The official announcement said the decision was due to “an assessment of risk management by the university that determined that the types of activities in which PSOC engages are above the university’s threshold of acceptable risk for recognized student organizations.”

Amazingly, in making their decision, the school admitted that there had never been an accident or injury during one of the group’s many outings.

One alumni wrote in Reason:

Students can still play field hockey, rugby, and football at Penn State . . . but they can no longer enjoy a cave or go scuba diving or even make an outdoor adventure under the guidance of trained student leaders at Penn State. . . . I’m furious that Penn State administration allows indoor activities but has hobbled healthy, outdoor leadership and controlled risk-taking opportunities.

Where are people supposed to learn to try new things if not in college? How will they learn new adventures and outdoor recreation if they aren’t supported?

Penn State wants to be more than a football school. How about they reconsider this shortsighted decision on organizations that have proven themselves to be safe and inexpensive, financially and emotionally, for over half a century?

Still – this is all part of the infantilization of young adults. Treat them like little babies, incapable of doing anything on their own. Don’t let them try new things – explore, find adventure, exist and operate on their own. Maybe they’d become less dependent on the government.

And we can’t have that now, can we?

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