(EAG News) — PULLMAN, Wash. – A Washington State University student deployed his “privilege as a white male” to destroy a pro-life display on campus after it offended his sensibilities, then posted about his antics online.
WSU abortion crusader Keaton Aspell wrote that he came across a display of 300 pink crosses stuck in the lawn in front of Holland Library Wednesday shortly after Students for Life at WSU put up the “Cemetery of the Innocent” to honor babies killed by their mothers in the U.S.
Each cross represented “10 children aborted per day in the U.S.” according to a sign at the site, which Aspell also removed on the way between his 10:30 a.m. class and a campus bus stop.
“I walked down through the grass and turned,” Aspell told The Daily Evergreen student news site. “Then I saw the signs and my jaw dropped.”
“I was like, ‘this is disgusting,’” he said. “I don’t think it creates any type of unity. I think it just causes divisiveness and they are just pushing their religious agenda and it really made me mad.”
The student elaborated on the ordeal in a Facebook post that also included a video of him removing the crosses.
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