The hostility of activist students toward fundamental liberties like free speech has spilled over onto other central pillars of civilization — including the notion of truth:
In an open letter to outgoing Pomona College President David Oxtoby, a group of students from the Claremont Colleges assail the president for affirming Pomona’s commitment to free speech and demand that all five colleges “take action” against the conservative journalists on the staff of the Claremont Independent.
Hopefully, we have not reached the firing squad stage of leftism yet. But if current trends continue, it is only a matter of time until that is what they mean by “action.”
The letter, written by three self-identified Black students at Pomona College, is a response to an April 7 email from President Oxtoby in which he reiterated the college’s commitment to “the exercise of free speech and academic freedom” in the aftermath of protests that shut downa scheduled appearance by an invited speaker, scholar and Black Lives Matter critic Heather Mac Donald, on April 6.
Here’s what the moonbats think of the free speech that our forefathers fought so hard to secure: