We really need to stop and talk about the VIOLENCE against conservative students that is happening on college campuses.
We told you about the TPUSA member who got viciously and repeatedly punched in the face.
Well, it’s not over… the attacks continue.
Charlie Kirk, founder of TPUSA, recently tweeted of yet another act of violence or aggression against a TPUSA member:
Charlie also attached the following pictures:
According to Daily Wire, three students have now been arrested in connection to the incident:
A spokesman for the school, Mike Strecker, confirmed that two Tulane University sophomores and a student visiting from another college set fire to Lofton’s door on Saturday night, Fox 8 Live reported. The incident was captured by surveillance cameras, noted Strecker. No one was hurt from the fire, as the flames were quickly put out.
The alleged perpetrators have been identified as Robert Money, 21, David Shelton, 20, and Naimi Okami, a 20-year-old visiting the school from Brown University.
Keep in mind that Dems want to lower the voting age to 16. Meanwhile, 20-something-year-olds are proving that they are DUMBER THAN EVER.
Lofton leads a chapter of the libertarian/conservative campus group Turning Point USA (TPUSA). The founder of TPUSA, Charlie Kirk, posted photos of Lofton’s door to Twitter on Saturday. Kirk noted that the chapter leader was recently doxxed — meaning his political opponents shared the student’s personal information online, which is typically done to encourage harassment or even physical harm.
And it succeeded in just that.
Money, Shelton, and Okami were arrested and booked at Orleans Justice Center jail on Saturday night, reported Fox 8 Live, noting that all three students were charged with one count of arson. “They all appeared in court the next day, where Orleans Parish Magistrate Commissioner Brigid Collins set their bonds at $10,000 each. As of Sunday night, it appeared all three had been released on bail,” the report added.
I hope they all get “released” from their universities, too.
Their sentence, if found guilty, will depend on the financial damage they’ve caused:
If the damage done amounts to five hundred dollars or more, the charge carries a fine up to $15,000 and imprisoned at hard labor for two to five years. Where the damage is less than five hundred dollars, the charge carries a fine up to $2,500 or imprisoned with or without hard labor for not more than five years, or both.
There’s no room for this kind of “HATE AND INTOLERANCE” for DIVERSITY OF THOUGHT on a college campus.
(How’s that for flipping the script?)