University Power Washes Away Students Memorial to 9/11

TheCollegeFix –

Like many, Cleveland State University’s Turning Point USA chapter wanted to recognize the 16th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. So members of the pro-capitalist student group gathered Sunday evening to chalk a memorial onto the sidewalks of the public university’s campus, an exhibit that included an American flag with the words “No day shall erase you from the memory of time” under it.

However, the artistic memorial didn’t last long. Hours after it was created, the university removed it. An image tweeted by Charlie Kirk, founder of Turning Point USA, shows a maintenance employee washing away the memorial with a power washer this morning.

Tiffany Roberts, chapter president of CSU’s Turning Point USA club, told The College Fix that members of the chapter gathered around 6 p.m. Sunday evening to chalk a 9/11 tribute onto the sidewalks of the public university to honor those killed in the terrorist attacks. Roberts said that around 7:45 a.m. Monday morning, a university employee arrived at the memorial with a power washer and removed the memorial.

“When we asked why he was destroying our tribute to the victims of 9/11, [the employee] informed us that he had been ordered to do so by the university’s Director of Facilities Maintenance, Shehadeh Abdelkarim,” Roberts said.


Shehadeh Abdelkarim????


ht/ fdr in hell

11 Comments on University Power Washes Away Students Memorial to 9/11

  1. They don’t allow chalk on campus.

    Or dissent. Or free speech.

    Just silence and Muzzloids building fake bombs to show to their classes what time they are going to blow them up.

  2. Shehadeh Abdelkarim – Nothing to see here infidels! Now move along to your sensitivity classes on how to respect Islam.

  3. a news journalist needs to interview Abdelkarim and ask him why he had the memorial removed.

    The student group should replace the censored memorial with an even bigger one. CONFRONT these Filthy Mohammedan Savages at every opportunity otherwise they win.

  4. I’ve told this before, it bears repeating:
    The year my oldest son entered middle school (2001) we went to the Open House thingy in September. The first thing the principal had to address was the issue of the 9/11 banner the students made, and why certain things were “whited out.” The banner was being sent to a school in New York. Some students had written “we’re praying for you” or referenced a bible scripture on the banner; these items were covered over because Tolerance for those who might believe otherwise. This was in the Bible Belt of NW Florida. Infuriating every time I think about it.

  5. @Gunny – maybe they did that because they heard what’s happened to Fur’s artwork being reprinted without attribution by slimy bloggers/websites.


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