Texas Christian University Student Punished for Expressing Conservative Views on Social Media


Students who disapprove of the Baltimore riots or of the blood-drenched death cult Islam risk punishment if they don’t keep their views to themselves at Texas Christian University:

TCU banned Harry Vincent from most campus activities, ordered him to perform 60 hours of community service and attend a diversity training class.

The 19-year-old, who is a member of the College Republicans and the Young Americans for Freedom, said he was told by the university that his conservative views were “inappropriate.”

Vincent’s crime:

On April 29 TCU sent Harry a letter accusing him of violating the university’s code of student conduct – specifically he was accused of “infliction of bodily or emotional arm” and “disorderly conduct.”

The charges stemmed from a half dozen tweets he had posted online referencing radical Islam along with a Facebook message about the Baltimore riots.

“These hoodrat criminals in Baltimore need to be shipped off and exiled to the sahara desert,” he wrote. “Maybe then they’ll realize how much we provide for them (welfare, college tuition, Obama phone’s, medicare, etc.)”

In regard to Islam he wrote, “This is clearly not a religion of peace.”

Vincent compounded these thought crimes by using the term “beaner,” a mild pejorative equivalent to the politically acceptable term “gringo.”

For this, Vincent fell victim to the liberal mob.

A former middle school classmate took great offense at Harry’s tweets and launched what became a Twitter lynch mob. The unnamed woman, who has no ties to TCU, urged her followers to contact the university and complain.

Under mob rule, punishment is swift.

The university took swift action. Associate Dean of Students Glory Robinson ordered Harry to apologize for what he had written on his private social networking pages.

“Dean Robinson said I was going to need to write an apology letter and a letter stating what sort of punishment I thought I deserved,” Harry told me. “She told me not to use Freedom of Speech as a defense – or else I would be more severely punished.”

Vincent regrets using the word “beaner,” but stands by the rest. Libs haven’t eradicated the last American yet.

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