The fake news media has said that the above video of a group of fraternity brothers engaging in some politically incorrect male bonding is hard to watch.
Hard to watch?
It’s not the media’s job to tell the audience what is or isn’t hard to watch.
After suspending the fraternity in April, when the video surfaced, Syracuse University has now suspended the college men.
They have lawyers and are fighting back, however.
The university may not like what the lads said, but they would have every right to say it in a free country. Actually, many viewers surely find it refreshing that the young men never bound themselves to politically correct behavior.
Their words, uttered in private, harmed no one, so how can kicking them out of school be justified.
New York Post
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Syracuse University suspended 15 members of a fraternity following the release of a video showing pledges using racial slurs and simulating a sexual assault of a disabled person, lawyers for the students said Friday.