Abortion Supporters Get Violent with Peaceful Pro-Lifers

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College Campuses across America have become very dangerous places for conservatives to wander. While liberal students, professors, and administrators talk about creating “safe spaces,” what they really mean is that they want spaces where liberals are “safe” from conservative ideas and where liberals are “safe” to abuse conservatives.

Another example of this phenomena comes to us from Texas State University where liberalism, violence, and even racism have reared their ugly heads to undermine the rights of a supposedly free people.

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A pro-life display was set up in Texas State’s “free speech area” on Monday in an attempt to change minds and influence students to think differently about abortion. The man standing with the display was not accosting students or attacking anyone who disagreed… he was simply standing with the display. At least, he was standing with until an unhinged college student attacked the display, knocking down the various posters and violently destroying someone else’s private property. All the while the young man could be heard screaming epithets and cursing the older gentleman.

“Get the f*** out of here with this bulls**t,” the student in the video yells. “This is f***ing bulls**t! Get this s**t out of here! F***!”

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Warning: the language in the following video is repugnant.

https://twitter.com/theEmmaBrockway/status/848955653897023488

Interestingly, in accordance with where our nation is at today… most of the observers were supportive of the violent child’s attack on the older man’s freedom of speech.

From Campus Reform:

Shockingly enough, fellow Texas State students, including Brockway, were thrilled by the vandalism.

“I was shocked, but I have to admit I admire him in some ways because I think he did what we were all wanting to do,” Brockway told The Tab. “I am a supporter of free speech, but again, I think everyone was secretly wanting to do what he did.”

Other twitter users began responding to Brockway’s video of the incident praising the attacker, one calling him “an icon” and a “hero of the people,” while another denounced the pro-life signs as “mentally distressing.”

The Pan African Action Committee, an officially recognized group on campus, retweeted the video with raised fist emojis.

“What can we do to make sure this student is safe from any university action?” the group asked.

This kind of disgusting behavior continues to permeate our campuses and it is trending worse every single day. Culturally, as a people, we must do something to stop the steady slouch of our colleges and universities towards fascism. We must begin demanding that our schools take everyone’s rights seriously and that they stop abusing the rights of some to appease the feelings of others. If we do not fight back against the collapse of logic and reason in our University systems then no matter how we vote, our nation and our civilization are doomed. Our schools and the “education” they deliver to future generations are that important.

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