University of Houston faculty members helped create and promote “emotional first aid kits” to students on campus.
Undercover journalist and founder of Project Veritas James O’Keefe approached an assistant professor at the University of Houston for support to provide students with an “emotional first-aid kit” containing a baby blanket, candy, earplugs and Hershey’s Kisses, among other things.
O’Keefe, who is undercover in the video, pretends to be a member of the “99.9 percent”, a group created for students who are ’emotionally disturbed by opinions which differ from their own’. The Philosophy department advisor, Bobbie Sue Schindler, immediately agreed to the idea of “emotional first-aid kits” and offered her assistance to help assemble them.
“The stress of school gets to them. Like a bad grade, a missed class, being late, a microaggression, uhh whatever,” Schindler told O’Keefe about the emotional distress University of Houston students face.
In addition to the “emotional first-aid kits”, Schindler discusses a recent visit by Milo Yiannopoulos.
“How can [higher level university officials] let him come here,” said the assistant professor. “The British journalist, this guy that looks like a weird Anderson Cooper… I’m sorry, I just got sick to my stomach.”
The video features several prominent conservative leaders such as VICE co-founder Gavin McInnes, Townhall’s Guy Benson and Lucian “Twinks for Trump” Wintrich.
Stay tuned for more as this video is the first in a series where Project Veritas introduces yet a new angle on oversensitivity on campuses gone wild.
(H/T: Project Veritas)