Following Donald Trump's win in Tuesday's presidential election, many high school and college students were having a tough time dealing with the reality of the results. There were reports of mass walkouts, protests and students gathering on campuses to mourn Hillary Clinton's loss in what were termed, "cry-ins."
In some cases, schools accommodated student requests to delay exams, cancelled classes and reportedly provided grief counseling to distraught members of the staff and student body.
After hearing about state schools in Iowa coddling students, creating safe zones, cancelling exams, etc., Bobby Kaufmann, a member of the Iowa State house, decided he had seen enough.
Kaufmann, Chairman of the Iowa House Oversight Committee, has announced he is going to open an investigation into the state schools, hoping to learn just how many taxpayer dollars were wasted on the "cry baby" reactions to Trump's victory over Clinton.
Speaking with WHO Radio's Simon Conway, Kaufman explained his plan to co-sponsor the "Suck It Up, Buttercup" Bill. The proposed legislation would identify the monies spent by state schools on activities deemed to be a waste of money. The state would then penalize those schools by cutting triple the amount of money wasted from the 2017 budget.
Calling the school's actions "absolutely asinine," Kaufman vowed, "I'm gonna find out exactly how many taxpayer dollars are being used for these cry zones and for all these different safe zones (so) you can talk about your feelings. And I'm gonna take whatever that number is and we're gonna triple it and cut it from the university budge."
Listen to the interview as heard on TheBlaze Radio: