Please stop lying about what happened at Berkeley.
Pretty clear it’s not. The University wouldst blow 70K on legal fees for the Young Republicans unless their attorneys advised them they were screwed.
There is evidence that Coulter was a divisive figure who promoted campus unrest.
Coulter has never promoted unrest. Divisive, yes, but not in the least dangerous to anyone. But, more to the point, you don;t change the rules midstream by demanding that the club put up more money.
(BTW, I made no comment on Milo. I am not familiar with his particular situation.)
What you are doing is dangerous because there actually are real examples of censorship in the United States.
There is nothing “dangerous” about calling out all of them.
But Ann Coulter actually got more opportunities to speak because of this. The New York Times asked her to write an editorial about it. It was a benefit for her voice and her messaging and her outreach, not a detriment.
Good for her. Irrelevant to the matter at hand, but good to hear.
And more importantly, it is unnerving that you still refuse to cite a single source for any of the claims you are making.
You “unnerve” easy. I stated the matter pretty clearly before. All these club agreements spell out that the club must pay for X security people for Y expected attendees. X and Y are usually established by the local jurisdiction. The Uni cannot then turn around and say “Ah, well, for THIS SPEAKER…..you need 20 extra people.” No fair. That’s on them.
And as I keep saying, it is unnerving to see that Republicans have completely abandoned the concept of property rights.
Yes, you keep saying that. It’s bullshit, but you’re welcome to keep on saying it. Free speech and all that.
We’re done here. You may now go on complicating what is a rather simple matter to fit your ideology, as you always do.