SAVAGE: UW-Madison proves there are no safe spaces during March Madness

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The tweet racked up a respectable 10,000 likes within its first 3 hours online, but what was probably most remarkable was that it was posted from the official account of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

UW-Madison wasn’t much more than a drift of delicate snowflakes when a white supremacist group and two Black Lives Matters groups tried to shut down an appearance by Ben Shapiro, but when the NCAA championship is on the line … watch out.

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Posting a looping animation of a crying girl? That’s not sweet!

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Liberal tears are delicious, no doubt, but leave the trolling to the student body or the alumni.

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Well, someone at the school has been waiting a long time for this opportunity.

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Things turned out OK for “Villanova Piccolo Girl” Roxanne Chalifoux after all, but still …

For its part, CBS Sports settled on this young fan for a more up-to-date emotional roller coaster ride:

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