You wanna study a real snowflake? Look no further than ex-governor Pat McCrory, who has not drawn a non-whining breath since he was defeated for reelection last fall. McCrory recently did an interview with an Asheville-based evangelical podcast during which he complained that he lost reelection because college students voted illegally (taking a page from Trump), that "most people have no idea what [HB 2] really is," that the Human Rights Campaign "thought police" is out to get him, and that, consequently, he's having trouble landing a job because everyone thinks he's a bigot.
"Heck, it's even impacted me to this day, even after I left office," McCrory told his interviewer. "People are reluctant to hire me because, oh, my gosh, he's a bigot, which is the last thing I am."
Jeffrey C. Billman has offered the best summation of snowflake Pat: "So weird how people who fall over themselves to make political piñatas out of vulnerable populations [witness his signing of HB2 minutes after it passed] demand safe spaces the second they encounter the consequences of their actions."