Report: University of Pennsylvania Offers Puppies, Coloring Books to Students Distraught over Trump Win – Breitbart

Administrators at the University of Pennsylvania reportedly provided students upset over the results of Tuesday’s presidential election with emotional support puppies, coloring books, and chocolate.
The news was relayed by Penn student Daniel Tancredi, who told The College Fix that students at the Ivy League university were being coddled by administrators this week in response to Donald Trump’s victory in Tuesday’s presidential election.
“There were actual cats and a puppy there,” Tancredi told The College Fix. “There were sheets of paper available with black and white printed designs on them for students to color in. Essentially they looked like pages from a coloring book that were printed from a computer. They all had positive feel-good messages on them. Students colored them in with colored pencils.”
As a result of being distraught, Tancredi claims that students avoided talking about the election, as many of them were too shaken by the outcome. “For the most part, students just hung out and ate snacks and made small talk,” Tancredi said. “Of course, that was in addition to coloring and playing with the animals. The election was mentioned a few times, though mostly in very timid and fearful tones. The event as a whole seemed to be an escape from the reality of the election results.”
It’s no wonder that there were videos everywhere on Wednesday morning of college students bawling their eyes out at the election results.  It’s probably the first time in their pathetic, sheltered little lives that they were told “no” and couldn’t get their way.
This is the kind of generation we’re raising in the leftist indoctrination centers we’re still calling colleges and schools.
You kids are a fucking embarrassment.
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