Michigan College Liberals Are Opposing THIS Basic Human Right


Michigan State University is fighting to take away one basic human right, and it’s absolutely disgusting.
This is a right that millions have fought and died for us to have, a right that our very country was founded on: the right to freedom of speech.
Liberal students at the university are proposing the “Campus Free Speech Act,” which is a bill that would restrict certain kinds of protesting on Michigan college campuses.
Basically, college leftists are so militant and violent when it comes to shutting down the free speech of speakers whose ideals disagree with theirs, that laws have had to be drawn up to protect conservative speakers and guests from their insane left-wing silencing tactics.
Now, these militant left-wingers are trying to undo that, hoping that they can still use “black bloc” fear tactics, including violent rioting, to deter conservatives from speaking on campus.
The worst part is, these violent liberal snowflakes actually claim THEIR freedom of speech is under attack by such a measure, which is an insult to the very concept of freedom itself.
Is this even America anymore?!
From Townhall
Michigan State Sen. Patrick Colbeck, R-Canton Township, is the leading sponsor for the “Campus Free Speech Act,” a proposed bill that would restrict certain kinds of protesting on Michigan college campuses.
Students “who have twice been found responsible for infringing upon the expressive rights of others,” would either be suspended for a year or expelled permanently.
Colbeck says that the bill would allow speakers to visit campuses without being disrupted by students who disagree with their views, referring to when author and commentator Ann Coulter canceled her speaking engagement at the University of California, Berkley, because of pushback from students.
The CEO of the Michigan Association of State Universities, Dan Hurley, said that such instances are “intentionally set up by individuals who are not students, not affiliated with the university.”
He does not believe there is a problem with free speech or expression at colleges, he said.
Michigan’s 15 public universities and 28 community colleges would adopt the rules set out by the bill, and would also abolish free speech zones.
In May, Sen. Colbeck said, “Ultimately, there’s people that are just trying to shut down any discussion of issues that they don’t agree with.”
Michigan students are split on the bill, some thinking that it would infringe on their own free speech rights.
Vikrant Garg is a graduate student at the University of Michigan and helped found Students4Justice, a group for students of color at UM “who organize to target inequities on our campus.”
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