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Pomona College Funds Student Trips to Anti-Trump Rally

Pomona College Funds Student Trips to Anti-Trump Rally

What are they doing for students who like Trump?

How do you like this? A college actually paying to support the left wing activism of its students.

The Washington Times reported:

Pomona College pays for students to attend anti-Trump rally

Pomona College reportedly paid for students to attend rallies protesting President-elect Donald Trump, and provided them with a phone number to call in the event of any arrests.

The school’s Draper Center for Community Partnerships wrote in a Facebook post on Nov. 11 that it would fund the transportation costs for 70 students to attend an “anti-hate rally” the next day in Los Angeles, reported the Claremont Independent.

“We are sponsoring a group of 70 students to go to the anti-hate rally in LA tomorrow morning!” the Facebook post read. “Please share with your communities—as of now, this is open for Pomona students only.”

The center directed interested students to fill out a form, by which they would obtain subsidized train passes to attend the downtown protest.

“One way this week we will be supporting students is providing Metrolink passes and a group to go to the United Against Hate March starting at MacArthur Park in LA on the morning of Saturday November 12th,” the signup form read.

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Went there. This is stupid. Administration stupidly involves itself in politics and not education.

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