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This holiday season, we've already seen atheists, elementary schools and college professors say "Bah humbug!" to the Christmas spirit.

But what about college students?

Campus Reform reporters Amber Athey and Cabot Phillips visited the University of Virginia to see if students felt "oppressed" and "triggered" by Christmas.

Claiming to be members of the fake group "Students for an Inclusive Holiday Season," Athey and Phillips spoke to multiple students who agreed that the university should get rid of any school references to the Christmas holiday.

In less than two hours, nearly twenty students opted to sign the fake Christmas-banning petition.

Watch the Campus Reform video above, and let us know what you think in the comments.

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