Copping Out

A violent mob of Black Lives Matter activists attacked another speaker at another college, Claremont McKenna. This time it was Heather MacDonald; a writer for City Journal. She is also a colleague of a friend of this blog. No one was arrested, and it appears no on is going to be arrested.

CMC president Hamir Chodosh writes:

Based on the judgment of the Claremont Police Department, we jointly concluded that any forced interventions or arrests would have created unsafe conditions for students, faculty, staff, and guests. I take full responsibility for the decision to err on the side of these overriding safety considerations.

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Blocking access to buildings violates College policy. CMC students who are found to have violated policies will be held accountable. We will also give a full report to the other Claremont Colleges, who have responsibility for their own students.

College policy? It violates the law! Why not say so? Because it’s code. It tells us there will be no legal action against the troglodytes who formed a mob and attacked a white  female academic. It is hard to think of a softer target.

Oh yeah, one more thing: Her talk was a defense of the police; the kind who refused to arrest anyone at CMC, and who consistently refuse to arrest Leftist terrorists all across the US.

We’re gonna need more Based Stickman.

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6 thoughts on “Copping Out

  1. The federal DoJ can bring a civil rights suit against a college that allows civil rights (like freedom of speech) to be violated on its campus. Also, Congress and the president can deny federal funding to such colleges.

    Pres Trump and the Republicans better get on this, otherwise they’re worthless.

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