College Fix Editor Jennifer Kabbany recently joined Grant Stinchfield to discuss a recent spate of vicious cancel culture incidents on campus.
It started last month when a sitting federal judge was verbally berated with vulgar demonstrators at Stanford University.
At Virginia Commonwealth University in late March, a pro-life event descended into violent chaos. The president of Students for Life at VCU reportedly “received an injury to her leg while a fellow student suffered cuts and scratches from aggressive protestors clawing at her.” Two protesters were arrested and charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct.
Earlier this month, Riley Gaines, a leading voice in the national battle to block biological males from competing in women’s sports, was assaulted at San Francisco State University after serving as the keynote speaker at a “Saving Women’s Sports” event on campus.
Kabbany told Stinchfield it’s a troubling new trend in which campus cancel culture appears to have taken a disturbingly aggressive turn in recent months.
Click here to watch the interview.
The discussion begins at 13:35:
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