Claremont McKenna College was the latest site or a BlackLivesMatter protest by students who shut down a police related Blue Lives Matter speaker. “The War on Cops,” author, Heather Mac Donald, was due to speak but up to 250 BLM students effectively took over the campus and “no-platformed” her. Not allowing people with different opinions to your own is a hallmark of fascist behaviour and directly opposes the constitutional rights of Americans. Not only this, it denies the majority of students the opportunity to hear another viewpoint.
The college is seeking only to put minor punishments in place with most probably a short suspension for ring leaders. Is this the worst punishment violent fascists can expect from Liberalised colleges in today’s America?
As reported in the Daily Caller:
Heather Mac Donald, author of “The War on Cops,” was visiting the campus last week when she was confronted by a crowd of students chanting Black Lives Matter (BLM) slogans, not allowing her to speak.
Joann Young, director of media relations at the school, confirmed that the college’s administration is already reviewing videos, photos and social media posts related to the event in order to document the rowdy behaviour that included 250 protesters blocking the doors to the building where Mac Donald was supposed to speak.