“A Baptist university in Texas placed a trigger warning near a 9/11 campus makeshift memorial displaying American flags to commemorate those who were killed in the 2001 terrorist attacks,” according to the Daily Mail.
“Baylor University in Waco has come under fire after a ‘sensitive content’ sign was placed near the display that marked the 19th anniversary of the hijackings that killed nearly 3,000 people.”
“‘As Baylor students, this is incredibly saddening for us to see. 9/11 is a day that we can forget our political identities and come together to remember those who died and celebrate the triumph of our nation over evil,’ said Jake Neidert, the head of Baylor’s chapter of Young Conservatives of Texas.”
“This was the first year that the university decided to place a trigger warning sign next to it.”
A “trigger warning”?
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