An organization devoted to protecting free speech has filed suit against Kellogg Community College after the school arrested students for handing out free Constitutions.
The nonprofit organization Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) filed for the temporary injunction against Kellogg after 2 members of Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) were accosted by police upon distributing the Constitutions on campus, according to a press release.
Drew Hutchinson, a Student Life manager at the school, defended the arrests of Brandon Withers and Michelle Gregorie.
With incredible vanity and arrogance, Hutchinson said he made the decision partially based upon reading the student body’s mind, since students were not exactly coming forward to complain about the free books.
Rural students are “ultra polite,” he told The Daily Caller. “They might not know they can ignore” kids handing out free historical literature.
“It is shocking and upsetting to see officials from public colleges refer to our country’s founding document as a threatening solicitation,” said the president of YAL, Cliff Maloney Jr.