Ann Coulter To Speak At Berkeley Despite Cancellation: "We'll Find Out If They Arrest Me"Chris Menahan
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Ann Coulter told Fox News on Wednesday she's going to speak at UC Berkeley on April 27 even though administrators ordered her speech canceled for so-called "safety concerns."
"We'll find out if they arrest me when I show up to give my speech," she told Tucker Carlson.
"This is a taxpayer funded institution, not to mention lots of kids [are] getting federal money to be there ... Attorney General Jeff Session should be looking at this," Coulter said.
Coulter also spoke with The Hollywood Reporter yesterday, telling them: "They can't stop me. I'm an American. I have constitutional rights."
"I'm giving a speech," she said. "Speech will go on."
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