By: Brian Evans

On Saturday at CPAC in Oxen Hill, Maryland, President Trump delivered a speech where he announced that he is preparing to sign an executive order that would force colleges and universities to stop censoring free speech, as they have become plagued with suppressing the speech of conservatives while promoting left-wing socialism and Marxism with students!

The President had brought Hayden Williams on stage, who is a Conservative Activist from Turning Point USA who was assaulted and hit in the face at the University of California, Berkeley in February. The alleged assailant, Zachary Greenberg was arrested on Saturday for the assault!

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Sadly, Williams is just one of the many victims of hate crimes today that have fallen victim to intolerance for anyone on a college or university campus who refuses to either subscribe to the Socialist or Marxist ideology or keep their mouth shut! The President went on to point out that Hayden Williams should not only sue the attacker for their hate crime, but UC Berkley for both allowing the hate to fester, but also promoting hate against free speech and promoting violence against those who defy the Marxist line! President Trump said…

“He took a hard punch in the face for all of us, remember that. He took a punch for all of us, and we can never allow that to happen. And in closing with Hayden, here is the good news: He is going to be a very wealthy young man.”

The President went on to say that…

“Today I am proud to announce that I will be very soon signing an executive order requiring colleges and universities to support free speech if they want federal research dollars. If they want our dollars, and we give it to them by the billions, they’ve got to allow people like Hayden and many other great young people and old people, to speak, free speech,” said Trump. “If they don’t, it will be very costly. That will be signed very soon.”

President Trump and his Administration have not released the specific details of his impending Executive Action, but reports indicate that those details will be released very soon.

 

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