VIDEO: Fordham Student Banned From Campus Over Social Media Post Commemorating Tiananmen Square
“Don’t tread on me.”
Austin Tong is a student at Fordham University. He recently posted a picture of himself on Instagram with a legally owned gun, to commemorate the anniversary of Tiananmen Square.
After posting the photo, officials from the school showed up at his house. He was then summoned to a disciplinary hearing where he was told he was being forced to undergo bias training, and then was banned from campus.
Tong and his family are legal immigrants from China, and are proud to be Americans. What has happened to him is just insane.
Here’s the original Instagram post:
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Don’t tread on me. #198964 ????
He tells the whole crazy story to Charlie Kirk of Turning Point USA in the video below:
Tong is now fighting back with a lawsuit against the school.
Featured image via YouTube.
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I’ll say it again: brains AND balls.
There is nothing objectionable about that photo. The muzzle is pointed in a safe direction, and his trigger finger is properly indexed. The smile on his face and his demeanor signal that he is not an aggressor.
Fordham is a Jesuit university. Not just Francis, but all Jesuits are insane.