A student at the University of California, Los Angeles, went off on a bizarre and tearful tirade Wednesday after her colleagues voted to dismiss a student council proposal to boycott, divest from and sanction the Jewish state.
The measure was defeated by a vote of 7-5, according to Legal Insurrection.
After the measure was a defeated, one of its supporters lost her cool and launched into a mostly unintelligible outburst.
“I’ve never been more f***ing disappointed than today,” she cried, rocking back-and-forth in her chair.
After that, she started to moan.
“I’ve never been so f***ing disappointed on anything,” she said, pounding her fist on the table. “We f***ing blew it. I’m sorry.”
“And I’m like, I’m like sorry for blowing up right now. And I’m just so disappointed,” she added. “I don’t understand why, like, it went like that.”
She followed this up with more unintelligible moaning:
“The defeat of the divestment resolution was hailed as a win for opponents of the Boycott, Sanctions, and Divestment (BDS) movement, which aims to economically isolate Israel and the Jewish people,” the Washington Free Beacon notes. “It follows a series of defeats for backers of the boycott movement, who continue to be viewed as anti-Semitic fringe activists.”
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This post has been updated.