Conservative commentator Ann Coulter’s April 27th appearance at the University of California in Berkeley was cancelled by the school, citing security concerns. She said she will deliver her speech at the school despite the ban. The group that invited Coulter believes she was banned because she demanded that UC Chancellor Janet Napolitano ask the Oakland police chief not to order his officers to stand-down if unrest ensued. Coulter also says that the school should warn students that violence and heckling will result in expulsion from school. Coulter says: “This is as clear-cut a case as it gets that public universities are using taxpayer dollars to shut down conservative speech, while allowing liberal speech only.” In a similar case this week, a federal judge in Alabama overruled Auburn University after it tried to ban Richard Spencer, a white nationalist, from speaking. –GEG
“…Coulter had agreed to a number of demands by the university — such as the speech would be delivered in the afternoon and only be open to students — while offering her own requests to be upheld by the university.
1) That the University of California chancellor request that the Oakland chief of police refrain from telling his men to stand down and ignore law-breaking by rioters attempting to shut down conservative speakers, as he has done in the past; and
2) That UC-Berkeley announce in advance that any students engaging in violence, mayhem or heckling to prevent an invited speaker from speaking would be expelled.
Police Order Unmasking Of Antifa Troublemakers At Richard Spencer Speech
A federal judge ruled against Auburn University’s ban against Alt-Right, white nationalist speaker, Richard Spencer, and police broke up a brawl over his appearance on campus. Police ordered Antifa members to unmask before being allowed to enter the event.
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Ann Coulter was sponsored by two student groups, YAF (Young America’s Foundation) and the Berkeley College Republicans to deliver a speech at UC Berkeley opposing illegal immigration. She challenged Berkeley police to not stand down in the event of violence. YAF pulled its support and prevented the Berkeley College Republicans from taking legal action to require the college to provide a room for the speech. […]
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