The students who vandalized it claimed it made them feel unsafe. So dumb.

The College Fix reports:

U. Minnesota snowflakes don’t like College Republicans’ mural, so they vandalize it

The Washington Avenue Bridge plays host to many different “Paint the Bridge” murals by University of Minnesota students, usually with the bridge “panels” containing messages from various campus organizations.

However, as you might expect, certain groups’ messages aren’t exactly welcomed by the (progressive) snowflake set…

Fast forward to this past Thursday’s “Paint the Bridge” event: The College Republicans’ panel included the phrases “Trump Pence 2020,” “still not tired of winning” and “least popular minority on campus.”

Between Thursday afternoon and Friday morning, the Minnesota Daily reports, the messages were vandalized with the phrases “You’re not a minority” and “You’re the oppressors.”

And that wasn’t all:

Imogen Page, a political science and global studies senior, said she approached the College Republicans’ panels Thursday afternoon to tape signs reading “resist white supremacy” and “fight fascism,” among others, over them. …

Page said the public espousal of Trump and his views on the bridge makes her and other students with marginalized identities feel unsafe.

“I don’t want to be on a campus where that kind of hate is given a platform,” Page said.