Donald Trump getting booed at the World Series game

Protesting Trump Could Lose You Reserved Seating For The Entire Season At The University Of Alabama

The University of Alabama Student Government Association issued a warning that protesting Donald Trump during this Saturday’s game could result in the revoking of season seat reservations. Trump is expected to attend the game against Louisiana State University.

“Any organizations that engage in disruptive behavior during the game will be removed from block seating instantly for the remainder of the season,” wrote Vice President of Student Affairs Jason Rothfarb in an official statement.

The message begins by warning ticket holders to arrive early and expect extra security due to Trump’s presence. It does not define exactly what “disruptive behavior” means, but people are speculating that the vague message is meant to prohibit or at least discourage any show of protest or displeasure against the president.

This announcement comes soon after Trump was resoundingly booed at two separate sporting events, first at a World Series game in New York and then at a UFC match, which surprised left-leaning commentators like Stephen Colbert.

According to AL.com, nearly 60 student groups have reserved blocks of seats for the game, most of them being Greek organizations. The university SGA didn’t respond to requests for comment.

Though Trump may be able to expect a warmer reception in a more conservative state like Alabama, people are speculating that this warning might not be as effective as the SGA was hoping.

Considering how much college students don’t like being told what to do, if nobody was planning a protest before, they probably are now.