Scott Adams, the Dilbert cartoonist, recently announced he's no longer donating any money to the university at Berkley
, California, after the horrific riots because "students" didn't want Milo Yiannapolous to give a conference there. He also noted:
Scott Adams, who became something of a pariah after endorsing Donald Trump for president, said the angry backlash to the speech convinced him he would no longer be “safe or welcome” on campus.
That's just the problem with today's university complexes - they're turning them into havens for violent felons. Adams is doing the right thing, and setting a far better example than Doonesbury's Garry Trudeau may be doing now.
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