A New York Times columnist had the audacity to write about a college student declaring white DNA an abomination.
Frank Bruni, by all accounts a standard liberal, noted in a Sunday column how universities are increasingly promoting a disturbing animus for white people, taking as his inspiration a recent op-ed by a Texas State University student that garnered national attention.
“It used to be that when someone called me an abomination, I was in the presence of a homophobe,” Bruni began his Times column. “But a recent opinion column in Texas State University’s main newspaper damned me for a different reason. I’m abominable because I’m white.”