If you’re a Conservative activist and speak out against Liberal policies on a college campus here in the US, there is a good chance you could be attacked and even have your butt kicked. There also a chance you may not ever get to speak. It seems like any opposing view that does not line up with the Liberals crazy ideology can be dangerous. These people hate President Trump so much that can’t “see the forest for the trees.”
This is wrong! Hitler and his henchman were very good at squashing free speech and crushing their opponents. They would demagogue them and eventually physically beat them down and remove them. It’s scary because this kind of crap is happening right here in the United States. Back on February 19 of this year, Conservative activist Hayden Williams was recruiting students and was brutally punched in the face by an angry leftist thug. Yeah, I’d say his First Amendment rights were impeded. According to the propaganda newspaper Washington Post,
“A suspect was arrested for his alleged attack “Zachary Greenberg, who is not a UC Berkeley student, on Friday. Jail records show he’s accused of assault with “force likely to produce great bodily harm,” which the state’s criminal code classifies as assault with a deadly weapon.”
That kind of crap won’t be tolerated in the great state of Texas. Governor Greg Abbott signed a law protecting a
“Some colleges are banning free speech on colleges campuses. Will know more because I’m about to sigh a law that protects free speech on college campuses in Texas. I shouldn’t have to do it, the First Amendment guarantees it! Now, it’s law in Texas.”
The Governor’s tweet recived several responses like from user Rita Panahi, who tweeted,
“Outstanding work, Governor. I look forward to visiting your fine state later this year.”
User Linda Appling tweeted,
“You’re right… shouldn’t have to do this, but THANK YOU, Governor Abbott! Proud to be a Texan!”
According to The Texas Tribune,
“Senate Bill 18, authored by state Sen. Joan Huffman, R-Houston, would require universities to allow any person to engage in free speech activities on campus, create disciplinary sanctions for students who interfere with the free speech activities of others and establish a process for addressing complaints of potential free speech violations. It would still allow universities to put restrictions on the time, place and manner of free speech activities.
“The bill was labeled a top priority by Republican Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, and it passed unanimously out of the Senate in late March. It passed the lower chamber Friday on a 86-58 vote after three amendments by state Rep. Briscoe Cain, R-Deer Park, were added onto the measure.
“One of the amendments would prohibit university officials or employees from disinviting a speaker who was approved by the university to speak on campus and was invited by a university-affiliated individual or group. Another would require universities to create a committee to submit to lawmakers annual reports that analyze free speech policies and events.”
It’s nice to see someone have the balls to stand up against these leftist bullies! Bravo!!!