Another Day, Another Crybully Tantrum At Portland State University
Just two days after Bell Boy disrupted a presentation at Portland State University, the college is now dealing with an unruly mob that seemingly hijacked a college board meeting that centered around having armed police officers on campus.
Most of the activist attendees in the crowd (who apparently have no jobs and no schoolwork to tend to) have been very vocal about disarming campus police. During public testimony, one student, Lesley Guerra, spoke up in favor of having armed police officers. Take a guess as to what the crazed activists did next.
Most PSU students at today’s meeting w/ the board of trustees spoke in favor of disarming police.
— Marja Martinez (@MarjaKPTV) March 7, 2019
What did the Board Of Trustees and campus security do about this tantrum? They practiced their buttsitting and selective disregardation skills by allowing the mob to shout down and intimidate the student, effectively preventing her from being able to speak her mind. They even physically took the microphone and her notes away from her.
The mob was led by student activist Olivia Pace, who has been involved several disruptions and protests on campus over the past few years, even targeting LGBT students. Also testifying against armed police was Andre Washington, the brother of Jason Washington, who was shot and killed by campus officers last summer in the middle of a street brawl. Andre is the one in the white shirt getting in Guerra’s face and literally taking the microphone.
Portland State University’s Board of Trustees held a special meeting Thursday to discuss the findings from a recent campus safety report.
The new report was written in response to the shooting death of Jason Washington, who was killed by Portland State University police after they responded to a bar fight in June last year.
At Thursday’s meeting, the board first heard from the consultants who made the report and compiled a list of recommendations for the college.
Report from KPTV’s YouTube channel:
Some @Portland_State students just used the break in the trustees special meeting to read the names of others who’ve been shot by campus police at other schools. #Fox12Oregon pic.twitter.com/EZtSBnVEMB
— Debra Gil (@DebraGil) March 7, 2019
Oregon Public Broadcasting played cover for the crybabies and omitted any mention of the tantrum in their report.
The student group that organized the tantrum issued this response:
Since the board of trustees meeting yesterday, we've been concerned about how some media outlets and sources are…
Interesting that they make the claim in one paragraph that their concerns, testimony, and activism were based around the death of Jason Washington, but then in the next paragraph they contend that the Washington death had nothing to do with the event.
President Trump announced at CPAC last weekend that he would be signing an Executive Order requiring all colleges and universities to support free speech if they want federal research dollars.
You can reach PSU president Rahmat Shoureshi at 503-725-4419.