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Student Punished by University for Posts About David Dorn, Tiananmen Square Massacre

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Student Punished by University for Posts About David Dorn, Tiananmen Square Massacre

 

https://www.redstate.com/

by Nick Arama

on July 19, 2020

 

Article:

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Officer David Dorn

 

How much are universities trying to control speech?

There’s a very troubling incident from Fordham University in New York City, that involves China, Black Lives Matter and gun rights.

According to the Washington Examiner, Fordham senior Austin Tong has been disciplined by the University for violating university regulations on bias and for threats and intimidation.

What did he do?

Tong’s offenses were two Instagram posts. The first was a picture of slain retired police Capt. David Dorn with the caption, “Y’all a bunch of hypocrites,” referring to the Black Lives Matter movement. The second was an image of Tong holding a legally acquired firearm and the caption, “Don’t tread on me,” along with a hashtag referencing the Tiananmen Square Massacre, posted on the 31st anniversary of the event.

Tong, who immigrated to the United States from China as a child, is being forced by Fordham to write an apology letter and will be banned from entering campus without university permission for his senior year. He’ll also be forced to finish an implicit bias course.

Dorn was killed by the riots in the wake of the killing of George Floyd and in the name of the BLM. China killed hundreds of people in the Tiananmen Square Massacre on June 4, 1989 trying to suppress a massive protest of the government.

Here are the two posts in question:

How is anything he said or did bias or threats and intimidation?

 

 

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DJGoody

This is REAL fascism!  I hope he sues!  They have no right to suspend his 1st Amendment rights just because they disagree with him!  They take public funds and therefore need to adhere to a student's Constitutional rights of free expression.  We need to start standing up, and this is only going to get worse!  

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