It’s the liberal way:
The order in which those articles were published on MLive was:
- After Brussels terrorist attacks, Ann Arbor schools cancels Europe trips
- Ann Arbor students head to Costa Rica instead of Spain after Brussels terrorist attacks
- Ann Arbor students spread messages of love after ‘Stop Islam’ chalking at U-M:
#HonkForHappiness. #NoHate. “Have fun, pizza rules.”
On Friday, April 1, Ann Arbor Open students, chalk in hand, spread messages of love, peace and unity—and pizza—on the sidewalks outside of their school, 920 Miller Ave.
The words and peace signs are in response to a chalking on the University of Michigan Diag Wednesday, March 30. Someone had written #StopIslam and Trump 2016, causing a response from university officials and backlash on social media.
“This is an opportunity to spread love and peace, even with small actions like this,” said Open Principal Meg Fenech. “We can combat hate. Even a kindergartner speaking your thoughts of unity and togetherness, that’s important.”
Oh well. It’s too dangerous to go on vacation because of They-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named, but don’t be sad, kiddos. You can still walk around Ann Arbor and do some chalking for spring break, along with a heavy dose of SJW virtue-signalling, and isn’t that just as fun as touring Europe? Sure it is!
No word yet on whether the fearsome love attack by chalking kindergartners led by their #sobrave principal has defeated ISIS, but as Mark Zuckerberg has explained to skeptics such as myself, it is only a matter of time and love. And more chalk. Lots and lots of chalk.