Pro-Abort’s View of Free Speech

ARLINGTON, VA, May 7, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) – On Thursday, May 1, 2008, a peaceful Cemetery of the Innocents display at the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point (UWSP) was vandalized by a Student Senator, Roderick King.After having their display vandalized on the night of April 30th, several members from the UWSP pro-life group, Pointers for Life, were repairing the display around 11am on the morning of May 1st when a group of angry students, lead by UWSP Student Senator Roderick King, began to walk though the rows, taking crosses from the ground and throwing them.King began to voice his complaints and said that Pointers for Life had “no right” to display the crosses, and that it was “his duty as a paying student” to take them down.

When the campus Protective Services officer arrived, most of the students stopped vandalizing the display; however, Senator King did not stop. He claimed, “The freedom of speech does not cover these signs and symbols!” Only after the Protective Services officer threatened to make him pay for damages did Senator King stop….(Source)

You’ll notice that “Senator King” has a very novel view of Freedom of Speech. I think that we’ll see a lot more of this violent attack on civil liberties from the Pro-Aborts as we start to make some political gains.

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