Remember two years ago when people on the left insisted this trend was only about the Confederacy? They lied.

The College Fix reports:

Students want Clarence Thomas’s name removed from building

It seems some students at the Savannah College of Art and Design wanted to make a post-Brett Kavanaugh confirmation “#MeToo” statement, and it went back in time 27 years to do it.

Sage Lucero started a Change.org petition to remove Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s name from the school’s Center for Historic Preservation … because “a victim’s trauma should outweigh politics.”

In this case, the (alleged) trauma of Anita Hill.

“It’s utterly disgraceful to me that I attended a school where a building was named after a sexual predator,” Lucero says in the petition. “And not just any sexual predator, one who wrongfully won against a woman’s word.”

According to USA Today, the building was named after Savannah, Georgia native Thomas following its 2010 renovation.

The outraged Lucero admitted she didn’t even know the building was named after Thomas until the Kavanaugh hearings.