What’s next, protests against the First Amendment?
This is an event being organized by the College Republicans. How exactly is a constitutional right an act of intolerance?
Campus Reform reports:
Stanford students use ‘Act of Intolerance’ policy against College Republicans
Students at Stanford University made several “Act of Intolerance” reports about a Second Amendment event promoted by the Stanford College Republicans.
The event was designed to help students “procure and maintain a firearm under the letter of the law as well-informed and responsible American Citizens.” Although members of the Stanford College Republicans organized the event, the club did not officially sponsor it.
The first draft of the registration form included the question “Did K*le R*ttenh**se do anything wrong?” referring to Kyle Rittenhouse, the Illinois teenager charged in connection to the shootings of three people in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Students could respond with the answers “No,” “Yes. He tagged #3 but didn’t bag him” and “Decline to answer without a lawyer present.”
In response, Stanford students reported the form as an “Act of Intolerance,” according to the Stanford Daily.
Stanford Student Affairs defines an “Act of Intolerance” as “conduct or an incident that adversely and unfairly targets an individual or group on the basis of one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics: race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, marital status or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.”
Stanford Student Affairs’s website clarifies that the Act of Intolerance protocol is “not a judicial or investigative process.” The goal of the process is to “provide a path to resolution for the affected individuals or community who need to heal.”
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