Dennis Prager Targeted by Activist for Upcoming Campus Talk Critical of Socialism
“If you continue, you will have the entire campus against you.”
The left sure gets angry when people point out the many flaws of socialism.
The College Fix reports:
Student leader works to shut down Dennis Prager’s talk on ‘why socialism makes people selfish’
A student government diversity leader has vowed to work “tirelessly” to shut down conservative Dennis Prager’s upcoming talk at the University of Wyoming.
So far, Hunter McFarland has amassed a group of nearly three dozen peers who say on social media they plan to help protest the talk, titled “Why Socialism Makes People Selfish.”
McFarland, director of diversity for the university’s student government, told The College Fix she wants Prager’s talk to be canceled because he “is an anti-academic, rape advocate who spews hate speech against Muslims, Black people, Latinas, and many other groups who deserve to be protected at the University of Wyoming.”
Prager, host of the Dennis Prager Show and founder of the nonprofit PragerU, is slated to speak on Thursday evening at the University of Wyoming. Hosted by the public university’s Turning Point USA chapter, Prager’s talk will examine “how socialism makes people selfish.”
Prager recently garnered national attention after PragerU, known for its short educational videos, filed a discrimination lawsuit against YouTube and its parent company, Google, for placing a number of its programming on “restricted mode.”
According to the Laramie Boomerang, McFarland told Jessie Leach, president of the university’s Turning Point USA chapter, in an email that “If you continue, you will have the entire campus against you. This will be another Milo situation.”
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Why does a die-hard SJW have such a violent name like “Hunter”?
Gee, it’s almost like they’re afraid to debate their position on it’s merits.
Here is a very revealing interview between Dennis Prager and Austin Morgan, one of the protesters aligned against his speech at University of Wyoming later that day. Hunter McFarland declined to meet with Mr. Prager
The speech given by Mr. Prager. It was well received.