This week Ohio State joined the long list of Universities whose special snowflakes, apparently having learned all of the lessons that they paid thousands to get at their University, take over areas of the school and submit lists of demands to their college president.
However, unlike other universities, Ohio State remembered who actually has the authority on campus:
Eventually, Ohio State senior vice president for administration Jay Kasey appeared to inform the radicals that the time had come to decamp from the taxpayer-funded building.
Protesters asked what Kasey would happen if they chose to stay.
“Our police officers will physically pick you up and take you to a paddy wagon, and take you to be arrested,” he explained.
“If you are here at five o’clock, our current philosophy is we are going to take you out — escort you out of the building and arrest you. You will be discharged from school also.”
Kasey then confirmed to a demonstrator’s query that “discharged” means expelled.
Amazingly once the students discovered there were actually going to be held responsible for their actions as if they were adults, their attitude changed completely.
Now if the students had been smart they would have gone out and do what the left always done, give a call to Protesters are US:
Crowds on Demand, he says, serves several clients a week, sometimes a day — most in L.A., San Francisco, and New York but an increasing number in smaller cities like Nashville, Charlotte, and Minneapolis…$10,000 for a weeklong political demonstration; $25,000 to $50,000 for a prolonged campaign of protests. According to Adam, protests have become the company’s growth sector, and just as with advertising, repeat impressions are key. “When the targets of our actions see that we’re going to be back, day after day, they get really scared,” he says. “We’re in it for the long haul, and the problem’s not going to go away on its own.”
After since Crowdsource employees are not actually students threats of expulsion won’t be effective and as they are paid to protest presumably the risk of arrest and the costs would be covered in their hiring price.
And they’d still get plenty of media
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