Here’s What the Universities Are Doing with Their Bailout Money

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Billions of dollars in coronavirus relief funds have been poured into our country’s looniversities. What do you suppose they’re doing with it?

Why, hiring new “diversity czars,” of course! (

A few examples: University of Tennessee-Knoxville, over $19 million; Salem State, over $6.5 million; University of Texas-San Antonio, over $29 million.

And they’re all using the money to hire new “diversity” administrators, to further “our broad commitments to inclusion and engagement,” blah-blah-blah. Gotta meet those “diversity goals”!

While many of us wonder if we’re going to survive the economic hardships and dislocations dumped on us by the Chinese Communist Wuhan Death Virus From China, our colleges are using our tax money to provide totally useless cushy jobs that have nothing to do with anything beyond pursuing their inane contribution to “transforming” America into a Third World socialist basket case. Our money is being pissed away for this.

You’d think our government would defend us and take back all the funds now being squandered on pseudo-education. You’d think America would have learned, the hard way, that our supply of money is not freakin’ infinite and should not be wasted on pernicious foolishness. Are we never going to learn that lesson?

Stop funding the universities. Just stop it!

4 comments on “Here’s What the Universities Are Doing with Their Bailout Money

  1. In the long run, they will not prosper. As they continue to shift their standards to pander to the lowest common denominator of political correctness, employers will realize that University degrees have become a very poor way to judge one’s qualifications and will change their hiring practices.

  2. I image some bean counter in a little room with a computer flipping coins to determine who gets what out of the Trillions in bail out money. The most frustrating thing for me in trying to keep up with the News is the way we are never given names of the culprits. For instance, a Senatorial Committee has told Republicans not to run for re-election by agreeing with President Trump. Okay, name names – who is on this Rhino committee? It drives me crazy, so I switch on some Crime show and watch people get murdered.

    1. News reporting is extinct. You wouldn’t believe the yo-yos who were coming out of journalism school as far back as the 1970s. But I know; I had to edit their alleged “work.”
      It doesn’t seem to have gotten any better since then.

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