Fox News’ Tucker Carlson got into a heated debate earlier this week with a leftist professor over Ann Coulter and her drama with UC Berkeley.
The professor tried to suggest that colleges throughout the United States “should be able to have standards for the speakers that they bring.”
“There’s no ban on students reading Ann Coulter’s books,” said the professor.
“There’s a ban on Ann Coulter being heard on campus. And colleges as you know blame the speaker for inciting the violence of others who disagree and I guess my question as someone who says he supports free speech, where is the punishment for the people who are prohibiting the exercise of free speech? Why aren’t you mad at them? You seem to be blaming the people who dare to have ideas you don’t agree with,” shot back Carlson.
“Well, I mean…I’m I’m I’m I’m of course mad at the people who are shutting down speech forcibly,” said the professor.
“What should happen to them?” asked Carlson.
“I, I, I, I’m uh I’m not really in the uh uh it’s not my uh…” said the professor, struggling to come up with a response.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) April 27, 2017
This isn’t surprising at all. The left always uses these types of weak arguments to try and push their narrative.
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