“The mere words ‘I’m offended’ are now being used as an excuse to silence students, fire professors and cancel people simply because they do not know the popular line of thought.”
Miss Northern Highlands Justine Murray went off on campus censorship on stage at the Miss New Jersey pageant:
“Our generation is experiencing an epidemic of censorship and entitlement. And it’s because our professors and our celebrities are teaching students to be narcissists, to believe that any of you that differs from their own is an existential threat,” she said in a video posted to Twitter of the competition.
“And this is what I experienced on my own campus with censorship to the point where people believe that speech is violence so that they can threaten other people with violence, simply because they disagree with them.”
“It is listed first under the Bill of Rights for a reason. Without it, all other liberties crumble. But today, we’re watching free speech get hammered to the ground by the very institutions that are supposed to promote diversity of thoughts,” she said.
“The mere words ‘I’m offended’ are now being used as an excuse to silence students, fire professors and cancel people simply because they do not know the popular line of thought,” she continued.
Murray concluded, “And that’s what I experienced – an Orwellian phenomenon, dominating my own campus to the point where it got borderline violent.”
— Justine Brooke Murray (@Justine_Brooke) June 21, 2021
Murray works at One America News Network and Campus Reform. She attended Syracuse University.
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