Students Offered ‘Emergency Counseling’ After Seeing ‘Trump 2016’ Written In Chalk

Emory University students were offered “emergency counseling” because they were so terrified after seeing “Trump 2016” written in chalk on the university campus.

Gawker reported that students formed a protest at the Emory Administration Building asking Emory University President James W. Wagner why he couldn’t see that the students were “in pain.” (RELATED: Ivy League Student Brought To Tears By Trump Chalking)

“You are not listening! Come speak to us, we are in pain!”

Fox Sports shared an email excerpt that was sent to Emory University students following the incident. The excerpt said emergency funds are being made available to anyone affected by Trump who wants to utilize them for counseling services.

“Emergency Funds within the College Council monetary policy were created to provide time-sensitive funds during circumstances involving discrimination based on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, and such funds are available to any student organization looking to sponsor events in response to this incident.”

Here are pictures of the Trump 2016 messages that triggered the students, causing them to need their safe place and emergency counseling.





It’s alright if you feel like you need your safe place after seeing these images.