"Cops & Robbers" Party At University Of Virginia Fraternity Broken Up By Lame Protestors

I’m going to stake my claim at the beginning of this article: if the best plans you can make on a weekend night in college is breaking up someone else’s fun, you are a f*cking loser, and truly, I feel sorry for you. There is no guy worse than the “call the cops on a party I wasn’t invited to” guy.
A group of about 20 students (*cough LOSERS cough*) at the University of Virginia shut down a ‘cops and robbers’ themed frat party, claiming it poked fun at “mass incarceration”. What are they going to do next? Go to day cares and reprimand children for playing the game ‘cops and robbers’?
Not only that but they reportedly called the people attending the party “spoiled brats of the frat”. Correct me if I’m wrong, but that sounds like stereotyping, no? These idiot LOSER kids protested under the guise of justice but were really just being low-key prejudiced themselves. That exemplifies the f*ckery that is political correctness.
via Cavalier Daily:

The Delta Psi fraternity at the University — commonly referred to as the St. Anthony Hall fraternity or “the Hall” — held a party Thursday night which has been criticized by some students on social media as encouraging racist conduct by inviting partygoers to wear themed “cops and robbers” attire. It was reportedly shut down by student protesters, according to a Facebook post by activist organization U.Va. Students United.
Student protesters allegedly confronted attendees of the party for an hour before fraternity members called the police claiming that the protesters were trespassing on private property, according to the post made by U.Va. Students United on Friday.

Predictably, the protestors took to Facebook (because did you really protest if you didn’t post about it on social media?) to bloviate about the purity of their moral compass and why they did what they did. Naturally, it was all a crock of shit — but let me clarify. What they are saying about mass incarceration is true, but that is not why these frat bros threw this party and it is not why the protesters cared.

U.Va. Students United criticized the conduct and attire of party attendees, condemning the fraternity for hosting the party and allowing “willful ignorance that allows white supremacy to continue.”
“The members of the frat wore orange jumpsuits, with bandanas tied around their heads, chains and tattoos drawn on their arms,” the Facebook post read. “These ‘costumes’ make a joke of mass incarceration and the prison-industrial complex, systems that disproportionately brutalize people of color.”
“The predominantly white members of this fraternity got to take their costumes off at the end of the night, people trapped in the prison system do not,” the post continued. “Historically, the police have justified violence against people of color in the name of protecting white women, and in wearing these costumes, these women made a joke of that legacy of violence.”

They can cry equality till the cows come home, and they should, because everyone will believe them. But I’m way too woke on this one — these are a bunch of kids with a vendetta against Greek life, plain and simple. ‘Cops and robbers’ is one of the oldest theme parties there are, and just because a bunch of frat bros decides to have one, doesn’t mean they’re making some political joke about the relationship between prison and African Americans.

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