For as much as California opposes President Trump’s travel ban, continuously criticizing him for restricting people’s freedom and access to this country and other countries, it turns out they in turn have passed their own travel ban, and you won’t believe who it affects.
While President Trump’s travel ban would have excluded immigrants that pose an actual threat to the health and safety of all Americans – California opposes its students and professors from traveling to places that would support pro-family ideas.
This new law would prevent students with research grants and things from going to other countries, cities, and states, that have specifically anti-gay laws.
“Students that have prepared for months to make presentations of their research have been told to cancel their plans,” Phyllis Schlafley Eagles reported. Athletes that have had games scheduled with states and cities like Tennessee, Kansas, or North Carolina because of their stance on gay marriage and pro-family laws.
FreedomDaily has more:
“While liberals around the country were busy complaining about President Trump’s travel ban that sought to stop the onslaught of outrageous aggression, the liberals in California made their own travel ban against religious expression. According to a new California law, public universities are no longer allowed to send students to states that oppose gay rights,” PSE blog wrote. “Athletes have been told not to expect any games with rivaling teams from states like Tennessee, Kansas, or North Carolina. The logic is that California doesn’t want taxpayer dollars going to states that hold conservative, pro-family principles.”
What’s truly disturbing about this, isn’t the already known fact that liberals will go to great lengths to silence and even punish those who disagree with them — it’s that they are prioritizing gay rights over someome’s ability to get an education wherever they so choose. It’s not the state’s right to tell a student where they can and can’t attend college which they earned through hard work, nor can they say an athlete can’t compete with the others because of what state he comes from. Nothing in this new rule asks the student or athlete what their personal opinions are on gay rights anyway, not that is should matter since they earned a right to compete and attend college.
Nothing in this new rule asks the student or athlete what their personal opinions are on gay rights anyway, not that is should matter since they earned a right to compete and attend college. “They want to withhold students from educational opportunities like interstate conferences, research seminars and symposiums, and speaking engagements simply because they disagree with the governmental policies of the state in which the events take place,” PSEagels explained.