Not long after Hardin-Simmons University in Texas expelled a student for daring to criticize the Black Lives Matter movement in a TikTok video, a newly admitted student at Marquette University who expressed her support for President Donald Trump in a TikTok video was facing a similar fate.
Samantha Pfefferle was admitted to the Wisconsin university’s Class of 2024, and, as she told The College Fix, she has already paid for her housing and has roommates, along with a complete class schedule.
However, after her pro-Trump video went viral, angering many liberals, a Marquette official contacted the 18-year-old to say her admission was now “in limbo” and to grill her about her political views.
For the record, the TikTok video does not contain anything controversial.
It merely features Pfefferle lip-synching and dancing to the song “Gooba,” performed by 6ix9ine, as captions appear making it perfectly clear that she would not abandon her support for the president due to pressure from the liberal mob.
Liberals did “find their way” to her page, with many going nuclear trying to “hate on” Pfefferle. One person went so far as to tell the young woman, “I hope you get shot.” They made it clear that they want Pfefferle to face consequences for sharing her political opinion.
Brian Troyer, the dean of undergraduate admissions at Marquette, reached out to Pfefferle, who told The College Fix that “he had the heart to tell me I wasn’t a student,” meaning that her “classification is still in limbo and currently being decided by the administration.”
According to Pfefferle, she was subjected to a series of questions designed to make her feel guilty about her support for the president:
“They also asked me hypothetical questions regarding Dreamers. How would I respond if a Dreamer down the hall from me came up to me and told me she didn’t feel safe or comfortable with my views being on campus. …