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Student In Wheelchair Called Transphobic After Making ‘Cars’ Inspired Student ID

In the latest edition of people on Twitter finding things to be offended about, UCLA student Tyler Roope is at the center of some real controversy involving his new student identification card. The card, inspired by Disney’s Cars, was named ‘Lightning-Kachow-McQ’.

It didn’t take long for a few perfect people on Twitter, who have never done anything wrong in their entire lives, to bash Roope and force him to apologize for being “transphobic” (and even worse):

Roope responded:

That just wasn’t enough though:

Roope did eventually apologize after being bullied into it by Twitter, but that also just wasn’t enough:

There were a few people on Roope’s side:

The absolute worst comment of the day goes to this person:

So basically, if you’re offended by something, it’s okay to bully and call people names until you get them to say what you want – as long as you’re doing what you deem as the right thing. I was going to write a more detailed closing response for this one, but I honestly don’t know what to say.

Just last week, Riverdale actress Lili Reinhart was accused of being racist for posting a demon costume, though, Twitter seems to have forgotten about that. I think.

Were you offended by the Cars inspired costume? Be sure to tell us your thoughts in the comments section!

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