Abortion is not only harmful, those who oppose it are apparently a HATE GROUP. Watch and weep:
It’s just amazing listening to these college students. The intolerance for any differing opinion is labeled as “hate.”
And they’ve all been indoctrinated with the narrative that “abortion is a human right.”
Good news though:
UPDATE: The university has released a statement to YAF, noting that the student government “violated UNI policy by rendering a decision that was not content neutral.” The school will support the @StudentsforLife chapter’s appeal. pic.twitter.com/FJd86MDcnE
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H/t Vivien Lee
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NOTE: I’m not suggesting you donate to the NRA or this student’s GoFundMe. I have included them as sources to the story since the demorat-run media is silent about the harassment of this student.
Fordham University is a private research university in New York City. It is is the oldest Catholic and Jesuit university in the northeastern United States. It is also a place where free speech and thought is not allowed.
Meet Austin Tong, a senior at Fordham. Austin posted this “offensive” picture with his “automatic” weapon on Instagram:
He’s now being punished for daring to exercise his Second Amendment right.
“On July 14th, I was officially punished by Fordham University in the name of probation suspension for the alleged crimes of “Violation of University Regulations relating to Bias and/or Hate Crimes”; “Threats/Intimidation,” an explicit attack on my freedom of expression for two Instagram posts I posted in June. I am no longer permitted on campus, with public safety coming to my home at midnight to question me on the day of the post, and face forced political reeducation through mandatory courses and to write an apology letter, or will face full suspension or expulsion – is this happening in America, or is this a Soviet nightmare?”
This is @realAustinTong. He was charged with a hate crime by his school, @FordhamNYC, for posting a photo of his new AR-15.@FordhamNYC accused him of owning an “automatic weapon” and they’re trying to silence him, but this @NRA member is not backing down.
Churches across the country are being threatened with fines (and their parishioners) for holding services in their parking lots. People can attend church in their own cars with their windows rolled up (such as they do when they go do a drive-through restaurant) and listen to service via loudspeakers or radio.
Bureaucrats aren’t having any of that. It violates “stay at home” orders and helps save lives.
But Americans are fighting back.
On Saturday, a federal judge granted a temporary restraining order filed by a church against Mayor Greg Fischer of Louisville, Kentucky, to allow drive-in services on Easter Sunday. Read that whole story here.
On Easter, parishioners gathered to hear service in a parking lot at Marysville Baptist Church in Kentucky. As reported by Sarah Ladd of the Courier Journal, they encountered nails thrown all over the entrances. Kentucky State Police showed up on church property and were putting notices on every car. NONE OF THE STATE PATROL OFFICERS WERE WEARING MASKS.
Guess the only way a church is allowed to hold a drive-in service right now would be to do this: