Ever since The University of New Haven “disinvited” me from speaking on FORENSICS, because of #BlackLivesMatter, I’ve been paying particularly close attention to the terrible state of higher education. It is so corrupted by radical leftism, it would be funny if these weren’t very serious issues.
Take for example, the way the College Republicans have been treated at Berkeley. Fliers and stickers advocating for the beheading and lynching of the members of their group have appeared all over campus. Now, take just one second and imagine the university response if these stickers advocated for the beheading or lynching of members of a black student group? A homosexual group? The immediate response from the university would be quick and fierce.
M.J. Randolph at Truth Revolt has more:
Remember when Cal-Berkeley used to pride itself on being the so-called birthplace of free speech? Yeah, me either.
Over the past few months, however, stickers have started appearing around campus with a less-than-festive purpose: they’re calling for members of the college Republican group to be beheaded or lynched.
And the threat is not limited to mere stickers. Members of the club have been “pepper sprayed, sucker-punched and verbally and physically assaulted for voicing their opinions and beliefs,” according to one spokesperson for the group. Two months ago, when Milo Yiannopoulos spoke at their request, vandals came out and caused over $100,000 worth of damage. The group invited Ann Coulter to speak, so you can expect more fireworks.
Cal-Berkeley is ground zero for totalitarian bigots, people with no tolerance for anybody else’s views other than their own. It’s where free speech goes to die. It’s where students are mature enough to have an actual debate. It’s where students faint at even the slightest disagreement over topics. It’s where parents send their kids to get educated for the low, low price of $61,000 per year in out of state tuition.
But it’s time patriotic, conservative Americans realize that it costs them much much more than money.
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