At the risk of stating the obvious, civil discourse is not on the campus social justice warrior agenda:
A panel on “civil discourse” Tuesday at the University of California, Los Angeles was shut down by protesters who refused to vacate the auditorium, forcing the event to be relocated.
According to video of the protest obtained by Campus Reform, one unidentified female began shouting at the panel of speakers—which included such prominent figures as Professor Eugene Volokh and Los Angeles Times Deputy Editorial Page Editor Jon Healey…
The SWJ boldly spoke truth to power by reciting in a deafening shriek that America “was founded on genocide and slavery” and “was never f***ing great.” Educators have poured so much moonbattery into young people’s heads, it is overflowing and gushing out of their mouths.
She then led her fellow moonbats in a thought-provoking chant of “No Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA!”
“The point of this panel is to talk about civil discourse,” one speaker stated in an effort to calm the protesters by pointing out the irony of their behavior, but the chants continued until the panelists were forced to move to a separate room to continue the event.
Maybe they should try holding a panel on uncivil discourse instead. That would get shut down by tantrum-throwing moonbrats too, but at least it would show they are keeping up with the times. A civil discourse panel on a college campus in 2017 is about as appropriate as a panel on BBQ recipes at a vegan conference.
First institutions of higher learning degenerated into daycare centers for children 18 and over. From there, they degenerated into this: