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TRUMP ANNOUNCES EXECUTIVE ORDER – PROTECTS TOP CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT

September 11, 2019


TRUMP ANNOUNCES EXECUTIVE ORDER – PROTECTS
TOP CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT Democrats thought they took this right away
– but Donald is giving it back. President Trump doesn’t take his presidential
power lightly. He reserves his executive orders for the most
important causes – and this one is definitely needed. College campuses are violating 1st Amendment
rights because Democrats don’t want to hear opposing opinions that violate their safe
spaces. “Safe spaces” aren’t a right, but free
speech is. Ben Shapiro and Condoleezza Rice were uninvited
from giving speeches at liberal schools, and conservative students have been hounded for
speaking their minds. But President Trump is hitting these schools
where it hurts – their pocketbooks. From The Hill: President Trump announced Saturday he intends
to sign an executive order mandating colleges and universities take steps to guarantee free
speech to attain federal research grants. “Today I’m proud to announce that I will
be very soon signing an executive order requiring colleges and universities to support free
speech if they want federal research grants.” If schools keep up their behavior, Trump is
going to pull taxpayer dollars from them. That should get them in line real quick. SHARE to thank President Trump for protecting
our Constitutional rights! Colleges were once places where students could
freely discuss ideas to help shape their worldview. But not anymore, except for a few places (like
Hillsdale College). Last month, a student at UC Berkeley went
after conservative activist Hayden Williams. The university was seemingly reluctant to
track down the student and closed the investigation before he was found. But after pressure from conservative groups,
Berkeley was forced to reopen the investigation, and the student was finally caught. President Trump praised Williams for his bravery
at his CPAC speech and promised to protect the rights of activists like him on college
campuses. “If they want our dollars, and we give it
to them by the billions, they’ve got to allow people like Hayden and many other great
young people and old people to speak. Free speech. If they don’t, it will be very costly,”
Trump said.

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