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Pro-Life Speaker’s Event Disrupted by Smoke Bomb at UT-Austin

Pro-Life Speaker’s Event Disrupted by Smoke Bomb at UT-Austin

“The event was going normally and then we heard the fire alarm and evacuated”

The left doesn’t want to discuss issues. They want people who disagree with them to go away.

Campus Reform reports:

‘SMOKE BOMB’ disrupts pro-life speaker at UT Austin

A “smoke bomb” disrupted a pro-life speaker’s event Monday night at the University of Texas at Austin.

The school’s Young Conservatives of Texas chapter was hosting Radiance Foundation President Ryan Bomberger to give a presentation, titled, “Should Have Been Aborted,” KTBC-TV in Austin reported. Bomberger attempted to address what the Radiance Foundation deemed a “broken worldview” that the worth of some humans outweighs the worth of others, according to a Facebook post by the group.

UT Austin Police reported a criminal investigation into the triggering of what it called a “smoke device” outside Bomberger’s lecture hall at 8:32 p.m. EDT and announced that the building could be reentered less than an hour later.

“We were hosting a speaker by the name of Ryan Bomberger, the President of Radiance Foundation. a pro-life advocacy group, called ‘Should Have Been Aborted,'” Young Conservatives of Texas chairman Saurabh Sharma said, according to KTBC-TV. “The event was going normally and then we heard the fire alarm and evacuated, as we were leaving we saw smoke. Shortly after evacuating, the police informed us it was a smoke bomb. We went to a nearby lecture hall to complete the event.”

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Comments

Gremlin1974 | May 2, 2019 at 1:53 am

And the escalation continues. How long before they add fire and explosives to their attacks? Weather Underground anyone?

texansamurai | May 3, 2019 at 11:13 am

lord–my alma mater–in those days we went hand-to-hand with the sds nuts and the black pansies on the west mall–amazing that the students themselves no longer regulate behaviour on campus, terrified of censure, ostracism or the like–when(if ever)will the university environment in this country return to the open and frank discussion of issues(absent violence, even with emotions dialed-up)so that policies/points of view might be fairly examined/compared?

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