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Don't count on police helping you if you have the wrong politics at DePaul

reptiliansexistreptiliansexist Registered User Posts: 1 New Member

"While an invited speaker was harassed and harangued by protesters, DePaul administrators cowered indecisively in a corner. Faced with a serious challenge to first-amendment rights on their campus, they were visibly frightened of confronting the protesters, who tied themselves to the”Black Lives Matter” movement.

Administrators had fought against hosting the conservative event for over three months. As they watched the event unravel, they seemed almost relieved to see the radical protesters fulfill their wishes. The rights implications were utterly lost on them. All they wanted was a nice, quiet, homogeneously-thinking campus.

Only days before the event, administrators had demanded that DePaul College Republicans, the club that hosted the event, pay hundreds of extra dollars in security costs. This was a clear breach of contract, but the organizers paid the fee under threat of cancellation. Yet, after ordering a dozen security officers, the administrators prevented them from restoring order, forcing them to stand down.

I talked to a few of the dozen Chicago police officers eventually called into the building, and they were irate. They were well-trained, and well-equipped to handle scenarios such as this. They wanted to do their job, and remove the protesters, but administrators demanded they stand passively and watch. Once again, violence prevailed over free speech on a liberal college campus, and the administration was 100% complicit."

Students should be aware that the Administration at DePaul will order police officers to do nothing to help you if you don't have the correct politics.

Replies to: Don't count on police helping you if you have the wrong politics at DePaul

  • icecoldsiricecoldsir Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
    You're just trying to stir up drama. As a current student at DePaul with plenty of friends with all different views they NEVER have had a problem with being harassed or threatened.

    What happened to Milo is completely unrelated.
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