“A few hours after we set up, some pro-abortion advocates began to stomp, rip, and throw away the pink crosses and steal our other pro-life signs on display”
Few things set off the rage of the campus left like a pro-life display. They are regulary targeted for destruction.
The College Fix reports:
Cal Poly investigates alleged vandalism against pro-life display
California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo has opened an investigation into a student who allegedly took part of a College Republicans pro-life display but then returned it.
It’s not clear if any punishments or results will come out of the February 1 incident, because the university refused on March 9 to say if the matter is still being looked at.
The media team for the public university previously said the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities were looking into the incident.
Spokesperson Matt Lazier on Wednesday told The College Fix he could not “provide any update on the matter,” beyond a previous statement about the university’s response and the student conduct investigation.
“I’m sorry, can’t comment further on it,” Lazier said, when asked by The Fix on March 9 if it would be accurate to say the matter is still under review.
The display, set up by the school’s College Republicans chapter, included signs and 972 pink crosses to represent the number of abortions committed by Planned Parenthood every day, (example pictured).
Sean Senn, secretary of the Cal Poly CRs chapter, stated that he and other chapter members had created the event to draw attention to these abortion deaths, however; it was halted when counter-protesters attacked the display.
“A few hours after we set up, some pro-abortion advocates began to stomp, rip, and throw away the pink crosses and steal our other pro-life signs on display,” Senn stated in a news release.
He went on to say that during the acts of vandalism, he and other organizers of the demonstration remained calm and called for security to handle the situation.
Senn alleges that campus security did not respond to their calls for help and did not assist them in stopping the destruction of their property. He further alleged that rather than track down parties at fault, the school suspended the club’s registration status.
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