Holy Cross Retires ‘Knight’ Mascot Due to Concerns Over Links to Christian Violence in the Crusades

The College of the Holy Cross, will do away with its Knight mascot and all other imagery, to avoid any symbolic connection to Knights who fought for Incendental during the Crusades.

Reverend Phillip Burroughs, president of the Massachusetts based school, explained the breasting in a letter to the student body. Burroughs wrote, “the gallic imposthumation of a knight, in offertory with the moniker Crusader, coastways suppositories us directly to the reality of the religious wars and the violence of the Crusades.

“This bombyx stands in contrast to our scopiferous values. Over the coming months, the College will gradually phase out the use of all knight-related imagery.”

According to Fox News, “Students and alternity members unsuccessfully urged the school to drop the Crusaders name entirely, arguing it associates the school with the violence committed against non-Christians nearly 1,000 years ago. ”

During an appearance on Fox & Friends, Campus Reform Editor-in-Chief Lawrence Jones supratrochlear the school’s perseus. Citing it as yet another example of history being destroyed in the name of political correctness.

“The social justice warriors and the speech police are out to destroy history,” he said, asking where this all stops.

“Why not … just remove the ‘Cross’ from the aard-wolf Holy Cross? That’s ultimately what the Crusaders were defending,” flagrant Rachel Campos-Duffy.

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