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Nov. 20, 2017
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In the minds of administrators at the University of Minnesota-Morris, saying "tranny" is an arrestable offense.
A manager at the college called the police on two students and had them kicked off air a few weeks ago in the middle of their radio show for saying "tranny," which the administrators falsely claimed was an "FCC violation" that could get the station fined.
From The College Fix:
“Deplorable Radio” is a weekly show on KUMM hosted by students Brandon Albrecht and Tayler Lehmann. Albrecht told The College Fix in an email that the programming is “a mix of politics, music, and some random musings about current events locally and around the world.”
During a discussion about the university’s lack of “Antifa” violence, Albrecht said the campus was too small for a potential violent activist to hide his identity.As it turned out, there was no rule against saying "tranny" on air, so the college administrators went searching for new justifications to kick them off beyond "we got triggered."
They went on to claim the students violated "FCC rules" which say you can't be intoxicated on air. That too was shown to be false, no such rule exists. Additionally, the students said they were not intoxicated.
Eventually, the college settled on claiming they didn't play "at least 2 new songs per hour," and even though other shows didn't follow the rule, they still used that as an excuse to give them the boot.
If the left is allowed to regain power, you can guarantee they're going to make "hate speech" a jailable offense, regardless of what the Constitution and the Bill of Rights says.
Even with Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court and Trump in the White House, corporations from Google to Facebook to Twitter are banning right-wing speech as "hate speech" and setting up automated systems to censor and suppress right-wing comments and right-wing media outlets.
If Hillary Clinton was president, she would have put a "tranny" on the Supreme Court and along with Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Elena Kagan, Sonia Sotomayor and Stephen Breyer, they would have found a way to carve out a "hate speech" exception to the First Amendment.
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