Apparently, the staged walkout during VP Mike Pence’s speech at Notre Dame, was done because people felt “unsafe”. Two students who interviewed with CNN made a very vague statement about political discourse and stated that people left because others in the community felt unsafe.
If this seems to make no sense, that’s because it doesn’t. It was nothing but a show so they could tell their friends (on Twitter of course) about how rebellious they are.
They say that this was not the place for political discourse, but the reality is they can “only” do this type of protest because they have nothing of value to discuss. Their ideas are old hat, they can neither persuade nor convince with their sad old arguments. Pity the future.
As reported in the Daily Caller:
Two University of Notre Dame students who joined the walkout during Vice President Mike Pence’s commencement speech Sunday said they left because Pence made people feel “unsafe.”
Luis Miranda and Aniela Tyksinski defended the walkout on CNN Monday, arguing that a commencement address is not the proper place to have differing political views.
“The walkout was in response to the fact that members of our own community felt unwelcome, uncomfortable, and even unsafe,” Tyksinski claimed. “This was not the appropriate event for this kind of political discourse..this should have been an event for all graduates and all of their family members.”