Ann Coulter Calls Berkeley's Bluff: Administrators Reverse Decision to Cancel SpeechChris Menahan
Apr. 21, 2017
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Tired of losing yet, Berkeley? Too bad, you're going to keep losing.
Ann Coulter insisted all week she was going to speak at Berkeley April 27th as scheduled, despite the University canceling her speech for "safety concerns."
Berkeley just backed down and reversed their decision.
From The Washington Post:
Officials at the University of California at Berkeley on Thursday reversed their decision to cancel a speech by conservative firebrand Ann Coulter.
Coulter and the group arranging her event said they are rejecting the new invitation.Coulter said this was good news for California taxpayers:
Ann said on Twitter she just wanted to speak and didn't intend to call their bluff, but ended up doing so anyways.
Coulter also retweeted this tweet from J Burton:
This is a big deal. We're taking back the streets and the universities.
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