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Bougie University Promises Police Investigations For Any ‘Offensive’ Halloween Costumes


Now even f*cking holidays are under siege from the PC police, huh? What’s next? Santa won’t be allowed to wear red because he’ll be offending the crips? St. Patrick’s day will just be changed to just Patrick’s Day because ‘Saint’ is too religious?

At Tufts University, located in Massachusettes (obviously), a letter circulated among members of fraternities and sororities at Tufts University warns that school officials have promised campus police investigations for anyone “wearing an offensive costume” this Halloween season. The letter went on to warn “there are consequences for wearing an offensive costume.”

Via The College Fix:

“Mary Pat McMahon, the Dean of Student Affairs, described the consequences as follows: ‘The range of response for students whose actions make others in our community feel threatened or unsafe, or who direct conduct towards others that is offensive or discriminatory, includes [Office of Equal Opportunity] and/or [Tufts University Police Department] investigation and then disciplinary sanctions from our office that could run a wide gamut depending on what is brought to our attention and the impact of these actions on others. Any complaints will result in full investigation by University officials and could result in serious disciplinary sanctions through Judicial Affairs.’”

What a crock of shit. I really can’t stand this whole PC culture. You know what’s DOPE about having eyes? That you can look wherever the hell you want. If you see a costume that offends you, then don’t f*cking look at it. No need to ruin everyone else’s fun. And who/how is going to determine whether something offensive or not? Is being Harambe offensive? So help me God if they deem Harambe costumes offensive.

And since you’re here, check out our rankings of the most offensive costumes you can wear this Halloween:

[h/t Daily Caller]

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