No, I never said that either dingdong. What I said is that they have a right to organize and air their views, and if someone breaks the law to silence them (such as punching them) then that is still a crime. Nobody is being forced to listen or engage with them, and if they do so that is their choice and their own fault for voluntarily allowing themselves to be offended.I said that according to you, we have to consider opposing opinions, accept them and have a debate, no matter how fucking stupid, magical or fascist.
FTR back in 2017 I did not stand up for their antics, nor am I doing so now. You are conflating that with me pointing out that the conservative speakers who went through the proper channels to speak on campus (you know like, facts and stuff) and had the permission of the university to do so, and the students who used threats of violence to silence them were in the wrong.That's all you, Oath Keeper.