One Boston College Apologized...For Letting Cops Use Their Bathrooms.

Apologies are happening everywhere.

Oklahoma State Football Coach Mike Gundy apologized to his team for wearing an OAN T-shirt after a couple of players were outraged. Gundy said, 'They (players) helped me see through their eyes how the T-shirt affected their hearts. Once I learned how that network felt about Black Lives Matter, I was disgusted and knew it was completely unacceptable to me.'

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell apologized to players for not listening to their protests when a few took a knee during the National Anthem.

Now Berklee College of Music is 'deeply sorry' for letting Boston Police Officers use their bathrooms during protests on May 31st. Yup.

The College said, 'Allowing police officers into the space was in no way meant to undermine Berklee’s support for Black Lives Matter. We understand that many members of our community feel betrayed. We are deeply sorry for the impact this had on our community and for perpetuating feelings of oppression, silencing, and marginalization. We will make a more concerted effort to consider the effects of our actions.'

All over bathroom use.

Welcome to liberal America. In liberal America people are offended at the simplest things. Instead of telling people in liberal America being offended is and will forever be a part of life institutions and people are apologizing to acquiesce.

In reality, to become a stronger person you have to learn how to deal with things you don't like. You have to learn other people have different points of view than you. You grow when you are willing to become uncomfortable. You might actually see the other person's point of view instead of trying to cancel it out. Working through uncomfortable times makes you a better person. That is the path to growth.

We will never grow if we continue to apologize them away.

Read their full apology below.

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