“identifying potentially violent situations”
This is classic projection. Last month a conservative student was violently attacked at Berkeley, but the left is trying to paint Republicans as the potentially violent ones.
Campus Reform reports:
WSU teaches students how to handle College Republicans at bias training
Washington State University’s Bias Advisory Response Team planned two de-escalation trainings in late March and early April with the purpose of trying to help students learn how to manage public encounters like a recent College Republicans event.
WSU Police Sgt. Dawn Daniels helped set up the event because she thought it was necessary given the rise of “programs that are controversial,” The Daily Evergreen reported.
“We are starting to see more programs that are controversial, and we think this would help students navigate through these kinds of situations in school and in life,” Daniels told the Daily Evergreen.
Charlie Powell, the WSU college of veterinary medicine public information officer, spoke at the training about identifying potentially violent situations. Powell held the late March session to address the WSU College Republicans’ plan to host a border wall replica event, an event they previously did in 2016.
WSU College Republicans President Amir Rezamand suggested to Campus Reform that his group was being blamed for people on the left not being able to act in a civil manner: “The implication that we are somehow linked to possible violent situations is especially egregious. We have been assaulted at our events, never the other way around.”
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