TV host urges businesses not to hire students who walked out on Pence commencement speech

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A group of  Notre Dame University students who disrespectfully stormed out of their own graduation ceremony during Vice President Mike Pence’s commencement speech are now in for a rude awakening.

The walk out will now haunt the liberal grads in a major way, because conservative television host Chad Prather issued a statement to future employers to not hire those who participated in the act. He writes the following:

“Employers, go find the video of college grads at Notre Dame walking out on the vice president’s commencement speech. Remember their faces and don’t make the mistake of hiring them. As a boss, you will do and say things they disagree with and their feelings will be hurt. This is how they respond to disappointment. I have a strong feeling they will be experiencing a lot of it in the years to come.”

Prather then writes that the protest is an example of a generation that was never really taught the principles of respect. He also states they need discipline:

“This little juvenile protest demonstrates the fact that this generation has never been held accountable with consequences from their actions. If one of my kids walked out on Joe Biden in that fashion, there would’ve been hell to pay. Believe THAT!”

Several prominent conservatives such as Tomi Lahren agreed with Prather’s written statement, and are sharing his statement for those potential employers to see. The post has been shared over 10K times, and Prather has over 1 million Facebook followers:

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