University of Washington : Freedom of Speech Killed

University of Washington : Freedom of Speech Killed

Five people were arrested as fights broke out and at least one American flag was burned Saturday after a college Republican rally in Seattle drew counter-protesters.

College Republicans at the University of Washington had invited members of Patriot Prayer, a group in Vancouver, Wash., to speak in the university’s Red Square for a “freedom rally,” the Seattle Times reported.

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Freedom of speech in Washington State? …gone the way of Political Prosecutors, Sycophant Judges and Governor Jay Inslee.

Paul replied, “Short time or long–I pray God that not only you but all who are listening to me today may become what I am, except for these chains.” (Acts 26:29)

Look – we are not talking about Sound Doctrine Church, ie Timothy Williams being ran out of the City of Enumclaw by King County Prosecutors of Washington State, but the Republican rally. You know who to thank.

Bonus Wisdom:

Good to know no officers were injured and that freedom of speech, with the freedom to express speech was being killed by University Officials.

University Officials should be fired for not protecting and encouraging Freedom of Speech.

No officers were injured, they said.

University officials were worried about the potential for violence at the rally, and the school’s president had warned students to avoid the area. – Fox News

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(foxnews.com)—Added another: “I’m not a fan of the president, and these people are fans. So I want to come out here and say this is not OK. And what you’re doing is not OK.”

After several skirmishes broke out, police responded with pepper spray. University of Washington police said those arrested were charged with disorderly conduct.

No officers were injured, they said.

University officials were worried about the potential for violence at the rally, and the school’s president had warned students to avoid the area.