Maher Mocks Emory University Students: ‘I Want to Dropkick These Kids’

‘I so badly want to dropkick these kids into a place where there is actual pain and suffering’

MAHER: "Let's talk about the liberal bubble... and I'm always criticizing what goes on on college campuses. There was a doozy this week at Emery University. Oh my gosh. You know what happened at Emory? Somebody wrote pro-Trump messages on the sidewalk in chalk. And, I swear to God, the kids went apeshit... One student said, 'I legitimately feared for my life. I thought we were having a KKK rally on campus.'"
GRANHOLM: "What were the messages?"
MAHER: "Just Trump 2016 -- in chalk!"
GRANHOLM: "Oh my."
MAHER: "Here's another one: 'I'm supposed to feel comfortable and safe, but this man -- Trump -- is being supported by students on campus.' As is their right in a democracy. 'And our administration shows by their silence they support it as well. I don't deserve to feel afraid at my school. (Laughter) I so badly want to dropkick these kids into a place where there is actual pain and suffering. What happened in this country?"

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