Skip to comments.UCLA Student Curses and Cries After Anti-Israel Measure Fails
Posted on 02/27/2014 12:08:53 PM PST by tom h
A UCLA student burst into tears and launched into a mostly incomprehensible anti-Israel rant on Wednesday after her fellow students voted to defeat a student council resolution aimed at divesting from the Jewish state.
UCLAs student council defeated the boycott resolution by a vote of 7 to 5 following an all-night session, according to the blog Legal Insurrection.
Following the vote, one of the divestment measures supporters experienced a several-minute emotional breakdown that was caught on tape and uploaded to YouTube.
Ive never been more f---ing disappointed than today, the girl wails through tears, as she shivers and rolls back in her chair.
This is followed by several seconds of incomprehensible moaning.
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Hmmm, I wonder which one she is...
Interesting take on it from the Student Newspaper at UCLA. Funny how they never mention her rant. “During an initial straw vote, Hadjimanoukian, Financial Supports Commissioner Lauren Rogers, Academic Affairs Commissioner Darren Ramalho, Internal Vice President Avi Oved, General Representative Sunny Singh, Campus Events Commissioner Jessica Kim and General Representative Sam Haws voted against the resolution.
In a second straw vote later in the meeting, no councilmembers changed their vote. Student Wellness Commissioner Savannah Badalich, Naameh, External Vice President Maryssa Hall, Cultural Affairs Commissioner Jessica Trumble and Arce still said they would support the resolution.”
She will have a hard time living that little meltdown down
you should see her when she’s really mad, not just upset.
With raspberry syrup and a little Tonka bulldozer on top.
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