Ann Coulter on Islamofascist Awareness Week:
If liberals want to face real fascism, try showing up on a college campus and denouncing fascism.
Let’s review some of the weeks highlights:
Even more alarming than the crazy ideas (not new on campus) was the level of bug-eyed hysteria. Many of the troublemakers were in such a state of agitated delirium that they appeared incapable of applying reason to ideas. Instead, they felt a compulsion to shriek insults at a middle-aged woman who, unlike them, has actually lived in an oppressive society. The deranged heckler chorus looked like they needed cult deprogramming.
Sadly, truly free speech exists today on the Berkeley campus only for Stalinist ideology.
National Project To Defend Dissent & Critical Thinking In Academia dispatch the Raging Grannies, (or as I like to call them: Commies Who Like To Drown Out Critically Thinking Conservatives Dissenting from the Liberal Monopoly On Campus) show up for Ann Coulter’s speech at Stanford.
They embarrass themselves by singing horrid, commie songs to the tune of nursery rhymes like all lefty battle-axes do.
Unruly crowd harrasses Rick Santorum at Penn State.
The booing started when David Horowitz walked on the stage and the interruptions lasted until the talk was cancelled.
Nice job, Emory!
It was a dark day for Emory University. The Emory crowd stood one by one with their backs to David Horowitz.
The communists fell into line- Horowitz just pegged them but was having a hard time with the interruptions that were constant.
There were continuous outbursts coming from this crowd.
Finally a member of the university security staff told the crowd to sit down or they would be forcibly escorted out of the building.
You know what happened next… The place erupted.
Video and more pictures to follow.
It was shameful.
A rowdy Islamist is booted from building at George Washington U.
A Democratic strategist defends the disruptive brownshirts who shut down Horowitz’s speech at Emory on The O’Reilly Factor.
Things winding down…
Some small protests at Columbia this morning:
While the rally included some graduate and undergraduate students, the crowd consisted largely of local residents and activists from The World Can’t Wait, a nonprofit organization aimed at driving out the Bush administration.
As always, Coulter is right.