Don’t you hope the donor revokes the gift? The nerve of these students is stunning.

Campus Reform reports.

MSU students protest $8 million gift from pro-life donor

LGBT activists at Montana State University are protesting the school’s decision to name a building after Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Gianforte because of his stance on gay marriage.

Earlier this month, Gianforte and his wife, Susan, donated $8 million to the school’s computer engineering program in exchange for their last name adorning the department’s headquarters.

Gianforte, though, has also donated thousands of dollars to the Family Research Council, a D.C. think tank that identifies as “pro-marriage and pro-life,” prompting the ire of several progressive MSU students.

At a Board of Regents meeting last week, MSU students were given the opportunity to address the Gianforte donation before the Regents voted on the issue, and several rose to voice their concerns.

“This issue is not about differing political opinions. This is about an institutional level acceptance of discrimination and hatred,” one dissenting student commented. “Given Greg’s opposition to the NDO (non discrimination ordinance) and the support of an anti-gay hate group, it is clear that at best he disregards the homophobia of this association and at worst is an outright opponent to an entire population of human beings merely because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.”

Others claimed that Gianforte’s values stand in conflict with MSU’s beliefs and thus his financial donation should be rejected.

“Greg Gianforte’s financial contributions to a hate group and his efforts to prevent the non-discrimination ordinance have clearly demonstrated a contradiction between MSU’s values and Gianforte’s beliefs,” one student remarked.